Jul 29, 2009
Study Abroad 2764 Views
Studying Abroad is one of the best methods to learn a language. It is also a great way to explore a foreign country and it's culture. Many students and also professional adults see studying abroad as an opportunity to experience a way of life to which they are not accustomed, and as a unique way to gain professional experience.
May 19, 2010
Other 2764 Views
This article is about the benefits high school can have on your life. It explains the things that you may need to know and what you should accomplish.
Dec 11, 2016
Teaching 2764 Views
Assessment is a way of finding out if learning has taken place, but it's also necessary to assess the entry behaviour / understanding of your learners as well as checking to see if objectives have been met. In this article, based on an assignment prepared as part of my PTLLS (Preparing to Teach in the Lifelong Learning Sector) course, I'll be considering different assessment types, and also the need for good Record Keeping. Records are kept to show how learners are progressing and are essential in allowing a learner to complete a course and gain the qualification for which they have studied.
Assessment can be formative (on-going) or summative (at the end), and can be formal or informal. It is about collecting information, making judgements based on interpreting that information, and then deciding on the relevant course of action to achieve the course objectives. Formal assessments include written, oral and practical tests or recorded observations (using video, Dictaphone or witness ...
Nov 25, 2008
Tutoring/Home School 2763 Views
Private classes are a great way to supplement your income. And you'll find that at first it's a bit difficult to get classes, soon you'll have to make a waiting list for all the students who want you to teach them. There are a couple of things to keep in mind when teaching privates in order to be as professional as possible. Take a look at the tips below.
Mar 8, 2012
Study Skills 2763 Views
Different people have different preferences and ways of doing things. This is also true in the way people study. A study technique that works for one person will not necessarily be effective for everyone. There are, however, some general practices that can help each learner minimize wasted time and frustration, and help them maximize their academic performance.
Aug 12, 2009
Grammar 2761 Views
Have you ever met a language Nazi? Oh, I think you have - I'm sure you know what I mean. By 'language Nazi' I mean someone who knows perhaps just a little bit more than you about spelling, grammar, punctuation, sentence construction, verse formats or just the English language in general.
Jun 2, 2010
Other 2761 Views
In choosing a career, we need to carefully select the one which we really loved most. We need to choose the career wherein we believe that we can reach the top of it, a career that fits our talents and skills, and a career that is chosen not because of the influence of others but because of our own freewill.
Aug 3, 2010
Other 2761 Views
Education has to be made interesting to children to continue to retain it useful. This has to be made a reality, whether it is a top international school or the best CBSE school. Children should be made to understand the bigger picture and higher purpose of education than making them feel guilty or like a failure when they do not perform well in academics.
May 6, 2011
Study Abroad 2761 Views
Whilst education is compulsory from age 6 up to age 16, at age 15 the student can decide to either attend Lycee until the age of 18 (to gain the Baccalaureat), or choose a shorter vocational option at a different institution. Although education is compulsory from the age of 6 most children do attend from 2 1/2 or 3 years old either on a part time or full time basis as long as they are toilet trained.
Sep 23, 2011
Other 2760 Views
As parents, we all know how important it is that our children attend a learning institution with a good reputation. It is crucial that our children receive the core foundation of knowledge they will need to further their education and take them into adulthood. The type of school they attend can have a large effect on our children’s development and overall academic success; therefore, as parents we want to know that we are sending our children to the best possible schools in our area. This article provides a checklist each parent should consult before choosing the school your child will attend.