Jul 6, 2011
Study Abroad 3065 Views
Many people choose to study overseas. It is a great way to combine both study and travel, experience personal growth and undertake new challenges. Australian universities offer many great courses and degrees that are recognised world wide, and these universities are found all over the country. Once you have decided that studying overseas is for you then there are some things you should know.
Aug 16, 2009
Other 3059 Views
Curiously, the idea of using government money to help send children to private schools is considered a very right-wing, conservative notion. Granted, in the U.S. it is mostly Republicans who support the concept, with Democrats against. Thus we have the odd situation of liberals opposing a government hand-out that has the potential to mostly benefit the poor and minorities.
Feb 13, 2010
Study Abroad 3059 Views
Studying abroad or overseas can be a life changing event in many peoples lives. Understanding the best way to organise your study abroad so it is a rewarding experience can be difficult for those without experience. This article provides some valuable tips for prospective international students in selecting education agents.
Apr 8, 2010
Other 3058 Views
Educating special needs students can be a challenging yet rewarding experience. Educators who work with children with learning disabilities need to be specially trained to know how to handle particular situations and personalities.
Jan 27, 2011
Tutoring/Home School 3058 Views
So you're thinking of choosing an independent school? Well choosing on the type of education and school for your children is certainly a very important decision to make, one that takes plenty of time and research.
Apr 30, 2009
E-Learning/CALL 3057 Views
Have Your Ever Wanted to Write Your Emails, Letters, Reports, and Blog Postings With Correct English Grammar, Spelling, and Punctuation in Every Sentence. This Type of Software Claims to Check Your Grammar, Style, Spelling, and More in an Instant. But Does it Really Work? Let's Take a Look and Find Out.
Sep 3, 2017
Teacher Training 3055 Views
The A.C.T. Strategy
Part 1 of 3
Prison. Juvenile detention centers. The mean streets of the city. All of these things and more are possibilities for kids these days. I know, because I've been there myself. One simple, stupid mistake made when I was a teenager led to four hard years in a correctional facility, and during that time I spent nearly every day feeling like I had completely destroyed my chances of having a life. It's a harsh, empty feeling and one that nobody should have to go through.
I turned my life around, however. It wasn't easy - it never is - but I was finally released from prison after what felt like an eternity. The first months after getting out were rough. Jail doesn't exactly prepare a young person for a role as a model citizen, after all. But today I've moved into a management position at a highly successful company and spend much of my free time as a youth mentor and professional speaker, trying to help at-risk kids avoid the same mistakes I made and start ...
Feb 18, 2012
E-Learning/CALL 3054 Views
Spelling Errors in Online Writing - The Game Is Changing, The Rules Too, Does It Matter?
May 26, 2010
Reading 3052 Views
There is no doubt that reading textbooks helps form careers. With technological innovation, catching up with the multi-million dollar textbooks market, the market movers have introduced eReader textbooks for the benefit of the students. They believe that the age will soon arrive when the students will dispense with their pen and papers and, instead, read through the eReader books.
Dec 15, 2010
E-Learning/CALL 3048 Views
Future classroom Classroom technology is not only the sign of improvement of today's technology but also an efficient and effective way to provide the students, an excellent and creative education. To improve the quality of the studies, you should have to insert some latest technological tools and terms in the classrooms to make the teaching more meaningful.