Tag: High school

5 Essential Tips for Future Medical School Students

5 Essential tips for future medical school students

It might not be as out-there as proclaiming to the world you wish to become an astronaut or as popular as a YouTube career, but doctors are still among the most inspiring individuals, still setting high standards for kids who want to follow in their footsteps. And quite arduous footsteps indeed, because the education alone […]

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Why should you look for a scholarship?

 

Why should you look for a scholarship?

 

It is a common assumption among some students that scholarships are basically designed for those who have low budget or are in horrible need of some financial support.

However, this is an absolutely wrong perception.
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Do we need to be interested in online education?

Do we need to be interested in online education?

In an era of e-learning where it seems that more and more people become interested in gaining knowledge online, it can be of interest to see what are the statistics on online education trends over the past decade.
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How to succeed in online learning?

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The idea behind online learning is quite simple – to enable more people to learn for less money. The mission of empowering students of all ages is a noble one, but however it is not always easy to fulfill it. Online learning is difficult for many and you have to really want to do it. The determination is not the only parameter of success. Distance learning requires big time commitment and you have to know exactly what you are going to get out of any online program before starting if you want to succeed.

Knowing some of the challenges, you might want to hear about the benefits of e-learning. (The info graph can help you understand the benefits and positive sides of the e-learning Digital learning)

How to succeed in online learning?
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1.4 billion students on Earth

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According to the recent Microsoft survey there are 1.4 billion students on planet Earth out of which 1.23 billion go in pre-k to high school and 170 million attend higher education.

On a global level there are 65.2 million educators – 9.2 million in higher education and 56  million in pre-k to high school.

For having a better overview what the figure of 1.4 billion students means, let me remind you that the world population is around 7.1 billion people.

Here is the Microsoft latest overview of the world statistics:


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Can e-learning make the academic cheating a history?

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The first thought  that comes to one’s mind when someone mentions academic dishonesty is cheating and plagiarism, the theft of ideas and other forms of intellectual property, which occur within an educational setting.

In high or secondary school, a standard penalty for academic dishonesty is a failing grade, where as in college it can result in expulsion.

However, still the most widely spread forms of academic dishonesty are cheating and plagiarism. These notions are usually easily identified, because a clear distinction between the terms is quite obscure.

Cheating comprises of giving and receiving information during an exam, using and dissemination of material during an exam, taking an exam or writing an exam for another student, or asking someone to do so, submitting the same paper for more than one course, misrepresenting and fabricating written work.
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Why would you want to go to Bible College online?

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Summer is a time of year when many high school graduates are taking in some sun, making some extra money at a job or getting loose-ends tied up before they go on to college. However, many high school graduates receive their diploma without a concrete thought of what they want to do next. On top of that, there are others who have graduated high school in the past and maybe even graduated college who are now searching for a new path – a path that aligns them closer with their spirituality. In these cases, a Bible College may be the best way to invest in one’s faith and discover career prospects that involve helping others in the name of Jesus Christ.

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How to get pupils interested in activities they don’t like?

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When I think back to high school, the overriding feeling I get is one of boredom. Don’t get me wrong; some of my lessons were great, but a significant number were lack-lustre and immediately conducive to demotivation. You might feel exasperated trying to engage your pupils, but with these easy tips on how to get pupils interested in activities they don’t like, your pupils will all be motivated and on the way to success.

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What exactly is a college consultant?

These times of our hectic everyday lives have generated the need for them, over 4,000 organizations of higher education use them, and almost 16 million students have put them in high demand. No, it’s not a rock group on a college tour, it’s the services of a college consultant. Getting kids ready for college in […]

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Vocational school of the future

Vocational school of the future

Your future is important, there is no doubt about this.

It is so important, that you need to work on it, beginning today.

While they say that the only thing constant about life is the change, prepare yourself for this and you have it made.

The most important tool you will need on this endeavor is a good education and life learning A constant zest for continuous learning will help you stay ahead in the present and gain you advantages for the future.

To take the first step towards this, it is important to choose the right vocational school, as not any vocational school will do. This is why you have to make sure that you choose to invest your time, effort and future in an accredited vocational school.

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