[responsivevoice_button buttontext=”Play”] Since there are a lot of things to be learned in the world, you could begin your path to increase your knowledge right now, by reading a book, learning a new phrase, taking a course, enroll to online learning or get a degree. The determination is what it counts. The amount of knowledge… Continue reading New things to be learned every day
[responsivevoice_button buttontext=”Play”] The importance of parental involvement, as an accelerating and motivating factor in their children’s education is an accepted fact. It can fall into three types: 1) behavioral, 2) intellectual and 3) personal. The effect of multi-dimensional participation of parents and the resulting progress of children in their studies is well-established fact. Active participation of… Continue reading Parents’ influence in children’s education
“Love is the last relay and ultimate outposts of eternity.” Dante Gabriel Rossetti
[responsivevoice_button buttontext=”Play”] The simple answer would be, yes – but not all of it. What you will learn laughing will most probably remain longer in your memory. Humor and Learning You should know that humor is important in learning a language. It enables the student to learn new vocabulary in context, it motivates you to… Continue reading Can you learn a language laughing?
[responsivevoice_button buttontext=”Play”] Cisco Connected Classroom: students virtually see a life-size, floor-to-ceiling view of the professor teaching on the opposite coast/location. The Wharton School of the University of Pennsylvania and Cisco unveiled the learning experience of the future, one that blends life-size visual communication via tele-presence with collaboration technologies that significantly enhance the way faculty, students and… Continue reading Cisco and Wharton School present the learning experience of the future
“Be faithful to that which exists within yourself.” Andre Gide
[responsivevoice_button buttontext=”Play”] Deciding between the top schools can be a source of frustration for many (lucky) students, come April. It can be one of the most important decisions in your life as well as one of the toughest. In this article we will break down the pros and cons of the top colleges in America.… Continue reading Top schools in America – pros and cons
“Be great in act, as you have been in thought.” – William Shakespeare
In 2011 in Canada there were 207,096 students that participated in online education. To be better understood this figures, that means that this is more than one student out of 25. In British Columbia, the number is growing, though online courses remain limited to a supplemental role in the K-12 public system. Advocates of online… Continue reading Online schools from students’ perspective
[responsivevoice_button buttontext=”Play”] Maths is a subject that some people really struggle with. Some people are just not good with numbers. And they say that for a child to have good mathematical skill, he/she must have a strong foundation of the numbering system. It seems to be alone among other subjects in that many people just… Continue reading How to get children to enjoy maths?