The best university city in the world

It’s hard not to be in awe of a city that was founded by Batman. John Batman, that is, who, in 1835, established the settlement upon the Yarra River that would become Melbourne. The discovery of gold triggered the Victoria Gold Rush in 1851, and Melbourne grew into a thriving city. By the 1880s, at Read More …

Essay writing – The Essential Guide

A lot of students who face the task of writing an essay, just sit and type related snippets until they reach the required word count. This type of attitude leads to poor content and lower marks. A quality piece of work requires a bit more effort and concentration. However, students who follow certain essay writing Read More …

LMS iTutor is here!

  Yesterday iTutor.com has announced that the release date of the online learning management system (LMS) will be ready in the mid-May. The online LMS will help schools and parents track progress and monitor the success of iTutor’s programs at the administrative level, at the same time providing an engaging experience for students. It will Read More …

Do you qualify for home-schooling?

It is self-evident that schooling at home is called homeschooling, and out of here, this is the place where children are educated at home, either by their parents, or by private tutors. Homeschooling has become popular with kids whose parents have a shifting job., as it is more convenient, because shifting schools is not only Read More …

Are there any educational values in puzzles?

  Are you looking for a convenient way to help your child grow? Have you ever thought about the benefits that puzzles can offer? It is a proven fact that there are many primary skills that a child can develop when constructing puzzles. Persistence and adaptable thinking are learned with the kids’ search for different ways Read More …

7 things to help you prepare for exams

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 Read More …

Libraries of the future

Will libraries become increasingly virtual and the librarians becoming knowledge navigators? Will libraries disappear as the world goes Wi-Fi or will Google become the future library? Will place remain central, as libraries become anchor tenants in co-located in commercial and public transit-orientated developments? Is social justice what libraries are really about or are they a place for empowering, Read More …

Education and money

Public education may seem like a pure science that is populated by people who are above the human worries of life and live only for the joy of filling young minds with truth. However like in most things in life, schools do well or poorly largely driven by money. One of the justifications for governments’ Read More …