Mar 20, 2009
Study Abroad 3435 Views
It is important to draw justification for a study abroad program from the college/university mission statement. Look for excerpts from mission statements and senior level administration for internationalizing the curriculum, developing students with a global perspective, preparing students for a global workforce, etc.
Jul 23, 2016
Classroom Management 3434 Views
Middle school is the period were students change biologically from being kids to adults, this change may pass normally for some students for their social relationships and can be challenging for other students regarding social relationships.
Changing biologically from being a kid to an adult has many changes in the student inside thoughts, feelings and emotions and from the outside regarding the ways to deal with others in this critical period and if there is no awareness for the student in the middle school period, he or she can have social skills problems dealing with people and with his or her feelings, thoughts and emotions.
Let me tell you this story that explains the change that happens to Andy in his middle school period.
Andy was a kid that finished elementary school successfully, he was preparing for middle school but he never thought about his biological changes although he always wanted to be an adult because of the following reasons:
I will be more free when I am an adult
Aug 29, 2008
Study Skills 3433 Views
It's difficult to juggle a job, family life, and school. That's why it's extremely important to maximize your study time. Here are 7 keys to help you improve your study time and avoid distractions:
Mar 6, 2010
Other 3433 Views
What is more important, the ability to judge situations appropriately or just the knowledge about how to handle them? Does the intelligence quotient (IQ) determine your success or failure? For years, that was an overriding belief that people felt that only IQ was important to determine how far the person reached in life.
Sep 19, 2010
Speaking/Listening 3433 Views
"Do you want to learn English well?" asked I. "Yes, I do!"
Apr 2, 2012
Other 3433 Views
Few would welcome a formal 'market' in public services, least of all a key service like yours, education. There has, of course, been a true market in independent education for very many years as individual private schools seek to attract fee-paying students. But even in publicly funded ...
Jun 10, 2012
Grammar 3433 Views
This article has two main aims:
to give teachers a variety of strategies for dealing with grammar in the classroom
to explore ways of approaching grammar outside the classroom
Dec 16, 2011
Other 3431 Views
"My Son is Lazy" This is a cry of desperation and resignation I am getting from an increasingly large number of parents. Is this true? What is happening to these boys? Are we really prepared to maintain such a negative view of some children?
Feb 17, 2013
Teaching 3431 Views
This is the second and last article in this series. Here, I will explain what I mean about each goal. Your first task is to examine your skills in relation to these goals and decide which need to be addressed first, i.e. which skills need the most development. If you have a teaching mentor or teaching 'buddy', they may be able to help you prioritise these goals. You must have a written list of goals which are in a place where you see them often.
Nov 4, 2010
Career Development 3430 Views
Education plays a unique role right from the birth of humanity in its onward journey. In the background of the emerging global country of 21st century, education has incomparably challenging roles to play. The 'global family' becomes a close-knit community, minimizing and eliminating geographic, ethnic, linguistic, cultural, economic and all other barriers and the role of education has to undergo a conspicuous change. At this era of reconstruction and redefining, the very concept of education has to be reconstructed, redefined and modified assimilating the good elements of the past and discarding the bad ones.