La Red Virtual Iberoamericana de Estudio de las NIIF -ReVE-NIIF, invita a la comunidad contable internacional, profesionales en ejercicio, empresarios, financieros y a profesores y estudiantes del área contable y auditoría miembros de ReVE-NIIF al:
Added by Mario Echeverria on February 26, 2014 at 3:26pm — No Comments
Florida State University (FSU) offers an experience like no other if you’re looking to add a sense of adventure and excitement to your studies by spending some time in America.
Our International Gateway Programme offers you the opportunity to spend the first year of your degree at our London campus before heading to Tallahassee to complete your studies in Florida – giving you the chance to bring a taste of American culture to your studies!
Our London campus is…Continue
Added by Tom Clark on February 25, 2014 at 9:49pm — No Comments
My Reflection about the effective use of Technology.
Today technology has a great impact in our students` lives and that`s why I think that we can profit from it.As you probably have read the use of TICs fosters the development of process skills such as higher order skills, adaptability, and collaboration which are essential to learn. Besides, technology can be…Continue
It was heartbreaking to read today's Times of India article regarding India's poor show in press freedom ranking of nations. I am counting on current students who will be architects of future India to change that. It is quite amazing to see most young Indians, despite all systemic handicaps of public education system, move into salary earning roles. Although National Skill Development Corporation is making good progress with National Occupational Standards, I wish we had started earlier.…Continue
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Schools tend to spend most of their time, money and energy working…Continue
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Recently released league tables show that government changes to the educational system are beginning to have an impact, according to Michael Gove, Secretary of State for Education. And the impact is positive, says Gove, who addressed journalists and commentators with news of figures demonstrating that fewer children are being taught in under-performing schools in the secondary sector. Opposition to the coalition government’s educational changes remains, however, and commentators claim that…Continue
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