Jan 9, 2012
Career Development 3282 Views
The IELTS English Examination (International English Language Testing System) is the most widely used English test in the world. There are two streams: Academic and General Training consisting of four papers each: Speaking, Listening, Reading and Writing.
Jul 8, 2009
Classroom Materials 3281 Views
In support of growing environmental concerns, the federal government and many states are funding green schools. Many of these eco-friendly schools are experimenting with everything from solar and wind energy sources, recycled building materials, and natural lighting to using green products and pesticides, implementing energy efficient technology and incorporating environmental issues in curriculum.
Aug 28, 2010
Teaching 3280 Views
People who do not work in the educational system are often surprised when they learn about the tenure system. After all, in most professions a person is held accountable for their skills, initiative, and effectiveness, regardless of how long they have been employed.
Dec 5, 2011
Career Development 3280 Views
Earning a Bachelor's degree in Education
Anyone interested in earning a Bachelor's degree in education will want to complete their high school education or the equivalent in order to enter into college. There are a variety of paths that people choose in order to pursue their teaching degrees.
Oct 30, 2011
Reading 3279 Views
English majors are subject to take a variety of advanced literature courses. These higher-level courses delve into great detail about how to read various forms of writing, including fiction, poetry, essay, and drama. Writing types are broken down and explored on several different levels, instilling a great appreciation of the world of literature. With drama (also known as a play) students learn about several different components, one of which is the Elements of Drama.
Jun 27, 2009
Other 3278 Views
I am a fervent believer in self-education and continuous learning. It has been my experience that people learn best outside of a formal learning or classroom environment and that self-directed learning is the most useful because it encourages you to seek out knowledge that is necessary for your success.
Oct 6, 2018
Teaching Methodology 3277 Views
The eye sees only what the mind is prepared to comprehend. - Henri L. Bergson
Teaching is pointless when behavioral objectives are not highlighted and employed. They are performance indicators that determine the effects of learning. They direct how the learning process should be administered in a formal or non-formal classrooms. Their effects can generate feedback on how reinforcement, remediation, and development can be designed. With a few of these significance mentioned, every educator has to advocate and develop consciousness concerning their presence in all pedagogical operations being undertaken at any instructive setting regardless of any specialization in the academe.
Behavioral teaching objectives belong to three domains which are cognitive, psychomotor and affective. Cognitive is where knowledge are attained. Psychomotor generates physical skills out of the knowledge while affective leads to attitude or values displayed by learners after knowledge acquisition. These three ...
Oct 19, 2010
Reading 3276 Views
To interact with the world around us, we must be able to read. However, just knowing the words on the page, or billboard, or in the book is never enough. Ask any student who has read the book and then failed the test. Reading is about engaging. Reading is about meaning. It's about symbols. In order to interpret those symbols and engage in the material at hand, we have to understand what we are reading, and this is where some students find difficulty.
Apr 10, 2012
Career Development 3275 Views
Academic work and research know no language barriers. Their authors, however, do. One of the biggest obstacles to larger audiences for academic writing is the language barrier. Often an author's native tongue limits the appeal of his findings or literary works. Translation services can help both independent and institutional researchers and writers get their work in front of more people.
Sep 2, 2008
Other 3274 Views
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.