Pun of the Weak: Some Little Johnny Jokes #2

Teacher: Johnny, please give an example of an animal that travels long distances? Little Johnny: My goldfish. It travels around the globe. 😂😂😂 The history teacher was discussing the disadvantages of war and the importance of peace. When she asked whom of them are against wars, all of her students raised their hands. “Johnny, can […]

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Random Joke #13: Right Triangle

Little Johnny is not so little anymore. So, now, it’s time for him to learn some algebra. Johnny’s math teacher was bemused over the answer to an exam question about right triangles that he had written. It was the single word “rhinoceros.” “Well,” the teacher said, “This is not a word that I ordinarily associate […]

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Top 5 Habits of Highly Effective Students

This is a guest post by Bhawani Singh. If you want to be an effective student you need to learn how to study smarter, instead of harder. It becomes more true and practical when you enroll in higher education programs or appearing for entrance examinations like SRMJEEE, or other competitive exams. For high school students […]

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6 Steps To Succeed In Teaching With Technology

This is a guest post by Katrina D. Keller. Everyone wants to use technology in the classroom, but it is the uneasy relationship many schools and teachers have with technology that is discouraging its adoption. Most bear the notion that technology distracts students and decreases their engagement in the classrooms.  However, many teachers and educators […]

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Pun Of The Weak: Duet

Teacher: Little Johnny, please use “duet” in a sentence. Little Johnny: What is “duet”? Teacher: You’re not listening again… Duet is a song or instrumental music sung or played by two people. Little Johnny: Oh I see… If you can’t find someone to sing with you, you have to duet yourself.

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Pun Of The Weak: Horns

The teacher had just spent several minutes talking about the bovine family (cows, oxen, etc.) to her class when she asked Little Johnny a question. “Little Johnny, can you name something that is big, has horns and dangerous to get near to?” the teacher said. “Cars!” Little Johnny answered.

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