Jan 6, 2014
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The TESOL Certification – Teacher of English of Speakers of Other Languages – is a Certification needed by people who want to travel and teach English language around the world. People who desire to teach English as a second or as a foreign language need this Certificate. The Certificate is awarded after taking a course, which can be part-time over several months and up to a year, or full time, over four or five weeks’ time. The Certificate is recognized in several countries around the world, so the candidates will be able to teach English in any of the recognized countries.
By taking the TESOL Certification, the candidates will learn the basic skills in English, which are needed to start teaching the English language as a foreign language. It does not require any experience of teaching English in order to qualify for this course, as the course itself makes an introduction of the candidates to the theory and practice of English teaching. The courses also teach the ...
Nov 10, 2010
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The compulsory attendance of children to go to school starting at the age of six to up nineteen in the thirteenth grade is called the K 12 educational system. Learning about a little bit of the background of this type of educational system makes it easier to understand its overall concept of teaching.
Jan 29, 2012
Reading 2902 Views
There are many solutions being promoted for improving reading comprehension: memorization gimmicks, word association, "speed reading," context clues, selecting out main ideas, drinking coffee, and so on. Of course, anything that works for an individual is valid, but sometimes within a towering stack of ideas the most important gems of wisdom get squashed or lost.
Aug 26, 2017
Young Learners 2902 Views
The issue of Primary school homework is one of the most contentious in education. A quick scan of the newspapers and social networking sites reveals an ongoing debate that never seems to reach any kind of resolution, not least because the four parties involved (policy-makers, schools, parents and the children themselves) rarely see eye-to-eye on the matter.
For policy-makers - usually several steps removed from the classroom - homework is often perceived as a panacea for ailing achievement levels. If children can do more outside school to reinforce what they have learnt in the classroom, progress will be faster and standards will rise sooner.
The reality is not so simple. For while some parents positively welcome homework, seeing it as a sign of a school's serious intentions, there are many more who regard it as little more than an unwelcome intrusion into family life, for a variety of reasons.
Some simply harbour a straightforward belief that children work hard enough at school and ...
Aug 22, 2009
Other 2898 Views
Education is empowerment in many ways. It has the power to eradicate ignorance, poverty, and make individuals become independent because of their career choices. In life's supermarket, we are encouraged to take education seriously because it affords us to be self-reliant.
Aug 1, 2010
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Education is important. It is a lifetime treasure that no one can steal from you. It is important that all of the people in this world are able to go to school because this is the only way wherein they can reach success. There are different problems that disable an individual from going to school which is really very depressing to hear.
Mar 28, 2011
Other 2898 Views
The purpose of education is very important, and it is also fairly obvious to most people who take the time to stop and think about it: education serves to provide information and training to people, young and old, that will help them throughout the course of their lives. Although this is fairly obvious, in this case as in many others it is very productive to refresh our memories regarding these basic facts so that we can be in a better position to make informed decisions about the best way to make the most out of the educational experience for ourselves...
Apr 1, 2009
E-Learning/CALL 2897 Views
In our quest to find online educational games and learning activities for preschool kids, we did a detailed study to see how well they fulfill parental expectations and needs. Our findings show significant gaps, indicating challenges and new opportunities for online educational websites for preschoolers.
Jun 25, 2010
E-Learning/CALL 2893 Views
There are so many technological applications and new techno gadgets to use in teaching that the average teacher definitely can't keep up! The push to incorporate technology in the 21st Century classroom to educate students for the future world can be uncomfortable for those who are not tech savvy and don't particularly want to be tech experts.
May 19, 2010
Other 2891 Views
Can simple tasks that we do with our children when they are young help them to succeed later in their lives? Here are some activities we can do to ensure that we help our children to develop into confident, successful individuals.