“I am not here to change the world. I am changing the world because I am here.” ~ Author Unknown
If you are creative, choose a career that suits your talent. Creative industries are extensive and incorporate a wide variety of skills. Creativity doesn’t have to be limited to an arts degree – use your originality to think outside of the box when applying for a course or degree!
There are lots of courses and degrees available for creative people. We chose six options that might be right for you…
In this job market, going back to school is more than a good idea–it is necessary to maintain a competitive edge in your field. Even if you are already employed, you will probably learn that more schooling is going to be necessary to earn a promotion or just keep the job that you have. Read more
School fees make a large part of one household expenses. If parents decide to send their offspring to private school, they are free of the long waiting lists, but they have to invest a lot more money into this. Financial advisors are even recommending that parents should start saving for tuition and additional expenses, as soon as the child is born. Since that is usually not the case, they are facing with a number of headaches when the bills arrive. There is no reason to panic, though. The truth is, as soon as you start thinking realistically and planning your budget, you are half way through. Read on to find out some useful tips on how to win the school fees race.
hybrid or e-learning, or maybe blended… difficult to decide!!
Probably a lot of you are wandering whether the wave of online courses and education will benefit your future and what is the best possible way to use them.
Here is an explanation of three type of learning:
1. Web-enhanced courses
Face-to-face courses have a presence in the learning management system and Blackboard.
They have web accessible materials: syllabus, readings, discussion questions, quizzes, etc., add the face-to-face class experience and are nice ways to web-enhance your course for students.
“When you stop expecting people to be perfect, you can like them for who they are.” ~ Donald Miller