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Children are our inspiration. They are the reason that educators today need to be more than sufficient in teaching, but remarkable at teaching. Children are little sponges that absorb knowledge quickly and abundantly and with guidance, can achieve great goals in their academic life. Children are the future. As teachers, we need to educate ourselves as much as possible so that we can better educate the future generations.
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Recent years have seen a highly structured responsive approach to learning come into force. In its practice it has been credited for taking into perspective the learning requirements of all participants of the class. Further the learning model has been tailored for teaching practice based on this information. This new model which first found root in America is referred to as Personalized Learning (New Economy, 2004). It is built upon an ethos which advocates that all pupils to progress achieve as well as participate whilst at the same time strengthening the linkage that ought to exist between learning and teaching through the engagement of the pupils and their parents who participate as partners.
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