It is very unlikely that anyone prefers exams to classes, but let’s face it we need to pass the exams if you want to earn your degree!!
Exams are stressful, a lot of work and all-in-all a fact of life. When people leave school after 12, 13, 14 years of school, they are often led into a false sense of security that their lives will be free from study and exams for ever.
The bottom line is that no matter what you do, in this day and age you are always going to be in a situation where you will have to do some sort of exam: whether it is to get your license to drive a car, to get a promotion at work or to get a University degree … You are always going to be faced with having to do some sort of exam.
Most of the parents complain that their child does not concentrate on his/her academic pursuits, whiling away the time, and playing with toys. For such parents, as well as for all others, educational toys have come like a breath of fresh air and a ray of hope.
As the name itself suggest, the purpose of the educational toys, is to educate. They make learning fun, and helped many children to grasp the basics of various subjects. Many teachers and education experts have started prescribing the use of educational toys to increase the intellectual ability of the child.
For quite a few people, homeschooling may express the mental picture of two or three little kids sitting at a dinning table and writing intensely in their pads, while mom or parent stands nearby.
However, this is not entirely proper. What you should know is that there are different methodologies of homeschooling, and the strategy you choose will elect the course of study and your technique of imparting the knowledge to your children. Below are some of the most dominant and favored homeschooling strategies.
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It is “politically” incorrect to suggest that you should work to pass your exams because it discriminates against lazy lay-abouts. But the facts go in the direction that the conventional education is suited for the lazy ones! If you think it is too dramatic, please read further. If you are at a “politically” incorrect school the […]