eaching these days is becoming a very lucrative job. Especially if it's a teaching job abroad, it will be a great opportunity for you to discover a lot of new things and to earn more money than when you teach locally. For one thing, you could get to explore a different country. Second of all, ...
Jan 19, 2011
Study Abroad 2781 Views
For some people, advancing the study abroad has been one of their biggest dreams. The education quality offered and the universities reputation have attract many people to go abroad to advance their study. Some people are lucky enough to afford it by themselves but most must rely on scholarships as the funding sources.
Jan 17, 2011
Other 4181 Views
Inclusion is 'the right of every child to an appropriate and efficient education in his or her local mainstream school.' The implication here is that there are to be no exceptions in regards to a child's culture, gender, ethnicity, and religion, issues of disability, age or sexual orientation. An inclusive classroom is one in which learning happens in small groups with peer helping and supporting each other, it is also 'student centred with a high sense of respect and community.
Jan 16, 2011
E-Learning/CALL 3739 Views
This article is about integrating tech tools in everyday teaching methods to get the best out of students. This article talks about some of the most common challenges faced by teachers in classrooms, and ways to overcome them by the efficient use of technology.
Jan 13, 2011
TOEFL/TOEIC/IELTS 3906 Views
There are many English language tests in the market and it can be difficult to decide which test is right for you. This article gives you a quick guide to the main English language tests available, what they are mainly used for, and how they are scored.
Jan 13, 2011
Learning Methodology 4097 Views
When it comes to innovative and scientific ways of teaching and learning, that one name which stands out from the rest is that of Dimensions. They widely believe to adhere to a three-fold principle while designing primary curriculum. Both academician and non-academician alike appreciate...
Jan 9, 2011
Speaking/Listening 4017 Views
Are you aware that there are different kinds of listening practice? And once we call them extensive and intensive listening practice, do you know the difference between them? Read this article to find their differences so you can start using them more effectively now.
Learning new language might seem like an intimidating task. Having knowledge of the right methods can not only make the process more efficient but more enjoyable as well.
Jan 5, 2011
Classroom Management 4408 Views
With increasingly availability of the Higher Technical Educational facilities at nominal fees and without much of competition, specially Engineering, it is observed that the parents are getting their wards admitted for Engineering education even if the prospective student is not interested or does not have aptitude for it. It is challenge to control and motivate such students. The article discusses some suggested measures to control such students effectively.
Jan 5, 2011
Young Learners 4074 Views
There are several major preschool curricula on offer. With a growth in demand for high quality education, even at a young age, preschool programs are evolving to offer comprehensive teaching standards that stem from research or academic research.