A traveler studies the menu on a transatlantic liner or, indeed, in some American hotels a paralyzing sensation. There is so much to eat--for more than he can possibly digest. One sometimes has the same feeling about education, which also offers an enormous bill of fare. Almost any dish can be found in it, from Greek to stenography, from music to economics. How are we to choose from the bewildering profusion? What dishes ought we to order if we wish not merely to fill ourselves up, but to get the nourishment necessary to a healthy life, to become really educated people?
Education according to the gurus, prepares a child to live in society and the world, as we know it today. It inculcates values and introduces skills the child can hone as he or she grows up to earn a living. While education is a system, learning is a thirst quencher � it satisfies a curiosity and gives wing to imagination. As a parent or caregiver, you need to encourage this thirst for knowledge and nurture the imagination.
How can a teacher manage to find time during the day to get things done? In providing teacher time management training for school districts, I recognize that using time management in education at the teacher level is difficult because you face unique challenges.
A manager that is unfamiliar with the Axioms and the Communication Process Model is at a great disadvantage in his organisation. To be successful in communication within the work place, a manager must understand how communication works so as to prevent any misunderstanding.
Japanese is among the most fascinating languages in the world to study as a non-native speaker. Its complexity, its openness to incorporating words from other languages (gairaigo), and its association with one of the world's strongest economies makes it an ideal choice for foreign language study. Here are 5 tips for learning Japanese faster and with better retention.
Etymology is the study of the origin of a word. Etymologists use different methods to derive the origin of a word. This helps to have a better understand of a language's history and the many transformations that occurred in the language over time. Cultural and historical changes are seen through new words absorbed into a language and changes made to existing words.
Today we will introduce several online tools that our team frequent use. These all may help to do translations, especially in Chinese (traditional and simplified) and English.
Choosing a study abroad program is not easy. Don't get trapped into choosing something that's not right for you. Take control of the process! To help you with the process of researching, choosing, and applying for a study abroad program, AmeriSpan is happy to share "4 Steps To Finding The Right Study Abroad Program." Following these simple tips can help ensure that you have the best possible international study abroad experience, whether you want to study Chinese in China or learn Portuguese in Brazil.
At our live Breakthrough Strategies to Teach and Counsel Troubled Youth workshops held through the U.S., we often get requests for interventions that can enhance self-worth-- and we do have many creative methods for all age levels.
Do you know what the IQ score is? No, no, no. I don't mean if you know about it; everyone knows about the IQ score, but hardly anyone knows what it is. And even though no one is really certain about what the IQ score is, or how it is calculated, society puts a lot of pressure on us if it seems too "low", or makes us feel like we have extra responsibilities if it is really "high." Well, let me clear some things up for you right now.