by Sarah Elaine Eaton, Ph.D.
Jul 9, 2010
Study Abroad 3008 Views
Finding super host families for home stay students is key for a successful home stay program. Here are the top things that the best host families do.
Nov 24, 2009
Career Development 3007 Views
Running any academy operation or school is never an easy job. In order to ensure the thriving operation and execution of proper school objectives, leaders carrying effective skills are necessary and this is where the role of the school principal becomes very important.
Jan 14, 2009
Career Development 3006 Views
In teacher interviews you need to know how to put your best foot forward and to impress as the best candidate for the teaching position. Follow these seven steps to secure the teaching job you want.
Jul 21, 2010
Career Development 3006 Views
Do you want to be successful and fulfilled in your teaching career? Take some time to know and develop the skills that will equip you to be a fantastic educator.
Jul 8, 2012
Other 3006 Views
When your child enters school a new institution enters your family. The school influences your family life, your child's life, and his or her sense of well-being. Often this is a positive influence - new experiences, new friends, pride in learning. However, for most parents there comes a time when you need to schedule a talk with the teacher.
Sep 1, 2008
Study Skills 3005 Views
How can you tell how effectively you're studying? What I'm about to tell you can really turn your grades around if you can get your head around it. Don't pass it off as something simple and perhaps not worth thinking about because I believe it is one of the easiest ways to improve your grades if you bother to make it a part of how you study.
Jun 30, 2009
Study Abroad 3005 Views
Study Abroad consultants : Admission counseling services for study Abroad:
Singapore's multicultural society is composed of four major ethnic groups: the Chinese (76.8%), Malays (13.9%), Indians (7.9%), and Eurasians and smaller minority groups (1.4%).
Feb 16, 2009
Reading 3003 Views
Do you have a positive attitude towards reading? Your attitude influences how well you perform any task When you believe you can do something, you are usually successful. Work to create a positive attitude about reading. Positive attitudes don’t just happen; they need to be built and maintained daily.
Aug 24, 2012
Pronunciation/Phonics 3002 Views
Would you like to give your 4-5 year old children or pupils challenging activities for learning to recognise letters of the alphabet and their sounds through the use of workbooks? Whether you are using commercially produced or handwritten materials, they will contain the following popular activities
by Jennifer Little, Ph.D.
Oct 30, 2011
Career Development 2998 Views
Do you remember when you were little? We eagerly anticipated being "big enough" to attend school. Sometimes it was because there were few other children around, but mostly because we wanted to learn, to be like those who were older and knew the mysteries of reading, writing and math. In the days before preschools being for everyone, we entered kindergarten for half days. We played house or store or with blocks, slathered paint on paper to create out masterpieces, mashed clay into ropes and blobs that became something to us, listened to music and danced if there was space, had a "rest" (but I think that was for the teacher instead of us), and the teacher read to us. Eventually, we began to learn to read toward the end of the year.