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Education and Cloud-Based Technology Going Hand In Hand
by Edutech posted 2 days 6 hours ago to School Improvement
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There were times when academic institutes used to go with traditional methods of school administration but that has started to change. Cloud-based technology has entered the world of education making school management fast, convenient and effective for all academic institutes thriving to flourish in the education industry. It’s a huge responsibility for any school admin to maintain the school’s... continue reading

Technology Can Help STEM Education Flourish
by Brandon Howard posted 2 weeks 1 day ago to School Improvement
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By now, you’ve surely run across the acronym STEM, especially if you are pursuing or considering a career in education. STEM represents fields of study in science, technology, engineering, and mathematics. Among the STEM disciplines are: computer science; biochemistry; robotics; engineering; environmental research and instructional technology.Although STEM occupations represent a relatively small... continue reading

Digital School Management and Administration System for Academic Institutes
by Edutech posted 2 weeks 2 days ago to School Improvement
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Cloud-based technology has been digitizing schools and colleges for the past many years. Paper related procedures are being replaced with computerized data recording systems. This has automatically reduced the need for extra manual labor and paper therefore, increasing the overall profit ratio for majority of academic institutes. Online school management and administration is the new way of... continue reading

The role of education in Jamaican society
by denisefyffe posted 2 weeks 3 days ago to Essays on Teaching
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IntroductionOne of the foundational elements of any modern society is education and it bears great responsibility for the development and sustainability of any nation. It is a formal or informal system developed to assist or direct people into becoming purposeful units which contribute in a positive way to society. Without education, individuals face obstacles that prevent them from earning a... continue reading

Spring Your DYSLEXIC Child from the Reading Trap the EASY Way!
by MaryFelice posted 1 month 2 days ago to Homeschooling
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        Having been involved with the Home Schooling Movement since 1985, I recall that the initial reason parents rescued their children from public schools was because their children weren’t learning to read. They scoffed at the term “dyslexia” and attributed reading failure to ineffective reading methods - specifically, the lack of teaching... continue reading

by raymond72 posted 1 month 1 week ago to Essays on Teaching
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I have been teaching college success courses for many years to both at-risk students who are taking developmental courses and to students who are beyond the need for developmental or remedial courses. There are some basics or fundamentals which enhance success in high school and college. Here is my list of ten important steps to avoid failure and to achieve success in school:Be in class. ... continue reading

Playing Games With Recess
by Bruce Deitrick Price posted 1 month 2 weeks ago to Classroom Management
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[Summary:  Children need exercise to do well in school. Revealingly, our Education Establishment found many excuses for eliminating recess.] Education in America will make you crazy. There is hardly a part of it that is not corrupted by ideology and contaminated by sophistical thinking. What could be simpler to understand than recess? When you’re talking about... continue reading

by Hoenig posted 1 month 3 weeks ago to ESL
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The state of English language teaching (and teaching content and electives overall) is going through a serious, almost radical, transformation.  Long gone are the days where union chapters, building reps and others who represent a teaching staff have the backing of their affiliate or parent union for support.  No more do we see teachers of all areas praised for working miracles with... continue reading

by raymond72 posted 1 month 3 weeks ago to Character Education
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Your life will pass by quickly. Ask your self important questions such as:What do I really want to do with my short and precious life?Are my actions taking me there?If not, what actions do I need to take to get on track?Ask yourself how you can use your best and favorite talents to make a positive difference for others while working in a career that you feel matters. Then educate yourself and... continue reading

by Neva Muzammil posted 2 months 1 week ago to Character Education
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In a society where from the onset we scaffold children with praise and reward whether they have had success or not, we have skewed the meaning of accomplishment. We are not teaching them about the effort it takes to be triumphant. We are not nurturing the character strengths needed to be successful in all areas of their lives, not just education. Character is essential to the way in which we deal... continue reading

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