Nov 21, 2010
Study Abroad 3557 Views
During the interests of widening their horizons and learning more to do with the planet, many students today are curious about starting where they live and study in another country. These types of programs are incredibly best for students relating to both education and experience.
Nov 18, 2010
Classroom Management 4603 Views
Teachers should attempt to create a class environment which is conducive to learning. Achieving this is not always easy as there are students who respect classroom etiquette while others do not. However, if you conduct your classroom in a manner that respects your rights and the student’s rights, this will create a positive and supportive classroom environment
Nov 17, 2010
Teaching 4038 Views
The simplicity of copying files from one computer to another has helped facilitate the sharing and stealing of original work between students and professionals. Educators are facing increasing challenges in trying to safe guard the notions of academic integrity once so firmly instilled in a previous generation and prevent ongoing cases of plagiarism.
Nov 15, 2010
Career Development 2748 Views
Interviews can be nerve-wracking enough with just one person asking questions, but what about with a whole committee or panel? Do not let numbers scare you. You and the interviewers are there for the same purpose – they want to know if you will be the correct fit for their school district, and you want to know if they will be the right fit for you.
Nov 15, 2010
Career Development 3306 Views
Many school districts accept e-mail cover letters and resumes. There is a proper way to submit these when you are job searching. You will want to ensure your cover letter to be neat, enticing, concise, easy to read, and in a professional format. Try to make your email look different than “just another e-mail”. Most employers will print the cover letter out to keep it on file with your resume, so making an excellent impression is critical.
Nov 14, 2010
Other 2840 Views
As an individual, regardless of our nationalities, colors, religions, gender and standards of life, we are given the right to education. Education is one of the most important and is being prioritize by everybody because without education we remain uncivilized and illiterate. But, is being "short" another hindrance in aiming to study the course you wanted to study especially those courses that requires height? Does "right to education" apply to this height issue?
Nov 14, 2010
Classroom Materials 3392 Views
Future classroom Classroom technology is not only the sign of improvement of today's technology but also an efficient and effective way to provide the students, an excellent and creative education. To improve the quality of the studies, you should have to insert some latest technological tools and terms in the classrooms to make the teaching more meaningful.
Nov 13, 2010
Teaching 3864 Views
What is a school for? To socially-engineer kids and thereby try to transform society along ideological lines? Or to educate every child as much as possible as an end in itself?
Bilingual education has become very popular lately, with perhaps the most compelling reason for bilingual education being the concept of equality of education in our country. How is it possible for someone to obtain a great education when he or she doesn't fully understand the language the lessons are being taught in? Isn't that student going to become a second-class citizen?
Nov 12, 2010
Classroom Management 4701 Views
Good classroom management can mean the difference between keeping your job and being let go or involuntarily transferred to another building. Effective classroom management skills can take a long time to develop but they are essential if you hope to have a long-lasting educational career.