When it comes to taking students on a field trip into the great outdoors, it can be extremely rewarding to see them really connect with their surroundings. To see the kids out in nature, enjoying what life is all around them is priceless. However, a successful part of any field trip is teaching your students to respect their surroundings. Children can be overexcited and prone to wandering, damaging themselves and the environment. It can be hard to balance teaching them interest and respect.…Continue
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The thought of a ham radio club is one you may not have had since your own years in middle school. Now, however, perhaps your own children are considering extracurricular activities to participate in, or maybe you’re a teacher trying to start up a club at your school. In either case, consider how participating in ham radio can help students to learn skills in both technology and science.
When you first think of ham radio, technology and science might…Continue
Added by Kara Masterson on January 10, 2020 at 11:00 — No Comments
When it comes to your children’s learning, you want them to have the opportunity to learn as much as possible. Part of ensuring children learn appropriately is having teachers who focus on creating a conductive learning environment for their students. Here are four different ways that a teacher can alter their classroom to make it a more conductive learning environment for their students.
One of the best ways to foster an environment for…Continue
Added by Anica Oaks on October 22, 2019 at 12:30 — No Comments
Life goes hand in hand with development, and it’s important for everyone, especially children, to keep acquiring new skills. The more skills your little one learns before leaving the family nest, the easier they’ll find to use these skills throughout their lifetime. Not…Continue
Added by Tracey Clayton on October 22, 2019 at 4:09 — No Comments
Cognitive development encompasses all the ways in which children think, explore the world they live in and figure out different things. Through it, children can establish an understanding of what goes on around them, which is why it’s extremely important that parents…Continue
Added by Tracey Clayton on October 17, 2019 at 7:26 — No Comments
They say that there are several types of learners, one of which is the visual type. However, there’s a difference between teaching via visual means and using visuals to teach. Even in completely text-based learning materials, a change in the font has its significance. If…Continue
Added by Tracey Clayton on October 14, 2019 at 5:45 — No Comments
School is a big source of stress in a lot of kids’ lives, as well as their parents’. The grades we get play such a crucial role in what college we can get into and how the rest of our lives play out. This isn’t to say that grades are in any way a marker for how smart you…Continue
Added by Tracey Clayton on August 9, 2019 at 6:15 — No Comments
If you’ve decided to teach abroad, it’s important to know that you’ve made an incredible decision. By going abroad, you’ll likely expand your intellectual horizons while simultaneously immersing yourself in new cultures which provide you with exciting ways to view yourself and the external world. To ensure that you can thoroughly enjoy your…
Added by Emma Sturgis on July 23, 2019 at 19:30 — No Comments
The main title of the Microsoft 70-462 certification exam is Microsoft SQL Server 2012/2014 Database Administration. Microsoft SQL Server is a means that is used to store up information of different types. In current databases, the aim is much more than storing data; it also involves retrieving data specified by the user. The Microsoft certification exam 70-462 is used to test the competence of several people in the administration of Microsoft SQL Server…Continue
Added by Harry John on July 22, 2019 at 10:36 — No Comments
Your kid comes rushing home from school, happy and grinning as they show you their latest art project. After looking at the big smudge of indeterminate color that they claim resembles your family, you give a small nod and a tight smile as you pin it on the fridge. Unless your face turned into a runny blotch of mud when you weren’t looking, this little piece of art is terrible. Alright, so your kid won’t be the next Picasso. Guess it’s time to invest in some…Continue
Added by Tracey Clayton on July 8, 2019 at 2:59 — No Comments
When it comes to designing creative learning spaces, there are a lot of things to consider. Although you are working with limited space (and budget), by following the basic principles of learning-friendly design, you too can create a learning environment that will inspire your students to work together and learn. Here is how you can transform your classroom into a functional and engaging learning environment.…Continue
Added by Tracey Clayton on June 28, 2019 at 6:10 — No Comments
So much rides on how well a student does on his/ her college application, especially if that student’s goal is to get into a competitive college. The students who have the best chance at getting into the colleges of their choice have spent a great deal of time preparing. As with any important goal, there are only a few critical steps to take in order…Continue
Added by Emma Sturgis on June 10, 2019 at 12:30 — No Comments
Going to college can make it possible to make connections and learn skills that can help both now and in the future. If you are the first in your family to go to college, you likely have little knowledge of what to expect while there. Here are a few tips that can make your college experience productive and enjoyable.
Added by Emma Sturgis on May 17, 2019 at 17:36 — No Comments
Sure, grad trips are supposed to be fun and full of partying with friends—you as a parent know it already. However, by choosing a proper destination, your child can have both crazy fun and learn a thing or two in the meantime. Check out these perfect grad trip destinations that feed the brain, develop individuality and offer unforgettable memories.…Continue
Added by Tracey Clayton on April 24, 2019 at 2:28 — No Comments
The thesis is tiresome, boring and excruciatingly painful to write up, but Thank God for the blessing of the internet and that we have thesis writing service online in USA. Today there are many web sites that offer help with thesis writing, dissertations, and assignments. Their services include thesis writing assistance, medical thesis…Continue
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It is common knowledge that young minds are shaped in the first several years of their life – therefore, it is important to find the right program to enroll your children in and help them get the most of their lives. By pointing them in the right direction education-wise, you’ll be helping them in the long run since starting with education early can be beneficial in so many aspects. Read on to learn more about the importance of finding the best early childhood…Continue
Added by Tracey Clayton on April 10, 2019 at 7:36 — No Comments
There might have been reservations about the importance of early childhood education, but the evidence to confirm it have been piling constantly. Over a decade ago, California tried to pass a law which would make preschool education mandatory, but the attempt was futile. People didn’t want to use tax-payers’ money to fund it and there were many parents who firmly believed that home schooling was the best option for their kids.…Continue
The Internet can help facilitate life-long learning, and there are many different skills that a person can learn simply from watching YouTube videos. There are innumerable things to be learned—far more than these five valuable skills a person can learn from the internet. To get you started, check out these tasks below.
Added by Emma Sturgis on March 8, 2019 at 13:00 — No Comments
One of the biggest problems with traditional education lies in the fact that it’s delivered to people on a semi-mandatory basis (societal, parental and peer pressure). This means that those attending these educational organizations often lack intrinsic motivation, to a degree. Enlisting on an RTO (registered training organization) is something entirely different.
Seeing as how these courses are vocational, it’s…Continue
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