Nov 4, 2010
Career Development 3433 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.
Aug 28, 2009
Other 3429 Views
How do parents find a good school? Not only are public schools crippled by dozens of bad ideas, but the schools seem intentionally designed so that parents cannot understand what's really going on inside the classrooms. Probably it's more practical to stay alert for the danger signs that can be observed from a distance. Here's a checklist of the top eight signals that you don't want your child in this school.
Apr 14, 2009
Teacher Training 3425 Views
For someone trying to learn to speak English, a patient and engaging teacher can be invaluable. While online learning and auditory language programs do provide adequate English lessons, a good instructor can help build a student's confidence and make the learning experience more enjoyable.
Nov 28, 2011
Pronunciation/Phonics 3425 Views
When teaching children how to read using a phonic teaching programme there are various elements which need to be clearly understood. This article focuses on how to teach children the various different vowel sounds.
Dec 27, 2008
Teaching 3420 Views
A number of years ago, when I was a co-founder of a private school in our community, we had the opportunity to build a school from the ground up, including writing the philosophy of the school. I encourage you to read it and then to write your own academic and curriculum philosophy.
Apr 22, 2012
Other 3420 Views
Ten Things I Learned From Being Bullied
Sep 18, 2008
Learning Methodology 3416 Views
One of the hottest topics in education today is the issue of homework. It affects teachers, parents and students alike. Homework does have a purpose but in recent years teachers have abused its application. If teachers would return to the proper use of homework, I believe homework would no longer be such an ugly word.
Jan 25, 2011
Other 3415 Views
The education system in the UK is one of the most comprehensive ever. Being the world's leading super power for a very long period of time, before the US took over, UK's education pattern is a superior one and is followed by many countries across the world including the Indian Subcontinents. Different Stages -
Mar 10, 2011
Grammar 3415 Views
A dress, no matter how simple or drab, can always be enhanced by adding accessories. A simple scarf, draped artfully or an ornate broach - these are just some of the tricks. Similarly, when you come to languages, a statement can have ornaments too.
Jan 20, 2012
Study Skills 3415 Views
Procrastination is the longest four-letter word in the dictionary. We're all guilty of it from time to time. We set out to clear the old inbox or clean the garage out and, lo and behold, that 1970's television mini-series starring Lee Majors and Rip Torn that we haven't seen in years comes on the tube. We're lost for the day. One thing finds its way to another and, soon enough, we're knee-deep in popcorn and comfy pillows instead of being knee-deep in clearing the garage of stuffed animals and toys we saved from the 1950's. On the other hand, who knows, one can never be entirely certain that Hula-Hoops and Slinky's won't come in handy some day, can they?