October 2014 Blog Posts (26)

Finding Credible Essay Help Online

Are you currently enrolled in a school or university? If this is the case, you will likely find it difficult to juggle all of the responsibilities at once. This means that you’ll likely find it hard to try and meet difficult deadlines. Of course, there is some ways that can help you achieve your goals, without failing out…

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Added by Tom Clark on October 29, 2014 at 3:00am — 1 Comment

What Exactly is a Montessori?

Simply put, a Montessori school is one that adheres to the philosophies established by Dr. Maria Montessori. Her philosophies encompass the idea that children are individual and, thus, learn in different ways and at different speeds. Building upon the self confidence and competence of children, teachers in a Montessori setting don't grade papers or destroy a child's identity by filling his or her paper with red ink. Instead, teachers assess each child and gently, yet firmly, guide them to…

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Added by William J. Moran on October 28, 2014 at 6:00am — No Comments

Educational toys- the new way of learning

Education is an important and integral part of any child’s growth. Recent studies have shown that children from the age of 1-4 have great capacity for learning; they absorb things easily. It’s also important to realize that without a proper environment where knowledge gathering can take place…

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Added by Tom Clark on October 27, 2014 at 5:31am — No Comments

Can you enhance your career prospects with free courses?

In order to get into the job market, you should possess the skills required by new generation jobs. Training and skill impartment is a continuous process. If you earn new skill, it is possible to enter into highly paid job market. If you are jobless, you should take steps to enroll into the most appropriate…

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Added by Tom Clark on October 27, 2014 at 5:26am — No Comments

Treating the medical condition of obesity with herbal products

Obesity, the medical condition, has almost become a global epidemic. Obesity is characterized by the accumulation of excess body fat that negatively impacts the health. In this era of globalization, it is really a tough task to remain in shape for individuals can hardly manage time for themselves. Lack of physical exercise or under activity results in excess BMI or Body Mass Index. Obesity, the epidemic, is not an end in itself rather it is the harbinger of various other fatal health…

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Added by Tom Clark on October 24, 2014 at 3:30am — No Comments

Brain training can help with math and reading

A recent article in The Conversation by Emma Blakey addressed a widespread concern about exaggerated claims made by developers of brain training products.

Blakey correctly pointed out that the evidence for the effects of brain training on children’s performance at school is weak. But there is a real danger that such articles can swing public opinion too far in one direction. The…

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Added by Brian Connell on October 23, 2014 at 4:47am — No Comments

Online Dating Education: A first look

As in other educational fields, proper etiquette can take you where you want to be and earn you the respect of others. The same rule applies for online dating. The truth is that there are no ‘written rules’ about the way we ought to behave online, so users simply do it their own way, or mimic the behaviors of others. Sadly, a study by Intel shows that 9 out of 10 U.S. adults believe that others share too much personal info online. Additionally, 88% also believe that others should consider…

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Added by William J. Moran on October 22, 2014 at 7:33am — No Comments

Brain Training Free Download

Brain training free download with some brain exercises that are fun and is a first step to helping a child improve thier intelligence. RaiseYourIQ.com are passionate about improving the intelligence levels of all children in education and these simple brain training exercises are a great introduction for kids to challenge the brain to be smarter and fitter. Anyone can download the brain training lesson, they are 100% free, no email or sign up required and we hope these lessons will be useful…

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Added by Brian Connell on October 22, 2014 at 7:26am — No Comments

Avoid the Publisher’s Worst Nightmare: Inaccuracy

Biographical works, historical works and political works all have one thing in common: they rely on a plethora of interviews with various people to come up with a cohesive, interesting and informative account of a person’s life or an important event, scenario or situation.           

 

For the author writing…

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Added by Tom Clark on October 22, 2014 at 1:00am — No Comments

How school inspections are carried out

School inspections are always anxious things to deal with, especially if you don’t know how they work or what the information that’s gathered will be used for. The information in this article should hopefully help calm your fears when the next inspection rolls around.

 

Why are schools inspected?

Schools are inspected for several reasons; they’re inspected for the benefit of the parents, so they can have…

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Added by Shirley Jones on October 21, 2014 at 11:30pm — No Comments

Dispelling the Myths of Vocational Schools

Vocational schools have earned a bad rap over the years. People, in the past, have had a tendency to believe that only dropouts and kids with special needs go to vocational schools. Slowly and surely though, that opinion has been changing. The populace at large is starting to realize that undertaking a career specific vocational training course has a variety of benefits.The truth is that vocational schools do bring some benefits to the table, and have gained a notoriety that is…

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Added by Ray Holder on October 21, 2014 at 6:55am — No Comments

The Future Of Football Education

A healthy education in involves a healthy lifestyle and it is widely accepted that schools could be doing more to encourage sport, a healthier lifestyle, and within physical education lessons, to educate the young on the theory that makes them better at the sport they are playing. Simply, giving young people the ball, basic training and then letting them run wild is somewhat short cited. Sports such as football give young people in education a balanced lifestyle and support their learning,…

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Added by William J. Moran on October 21, 2014 at 4:43am — No Comments

Parents – It's Time to Start Saving Money on School Supplies

Every year, as the new school term comes around, parents have to start thinking about their kid's school supplies. It happens like clockwork, but somehow we still get caught off guard. Not just by the (not so) sudden crunch to outfit the kids for school, but by the rising cost of the school supplies themselves.…

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Added by Tom Clark on October 14, 2014 at 12:34pm — No Comments

Should You Hire A Private Tutor for Your Child?

It has been well established that adequate education is an essential element in the productivity and economic well-being not only of the individual student, but of the larger economies of the nation in which the student lives and that of the greater world. in response to the growing awareness of this correlation,…

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Added by Tom Clark on October 13, 2014 at 12:41pm — 1 Comment

Vehicle owners find it comfortable to order tires and wheels online

Magnesium wheels are a kind of rims that are used for vehicles. These wheels are generally made of magnesium alloy. These wheels were only used for race cars initially, but these the magnesium wheels are used in a wide range of vehicles. In most cases, the rims of car wheels are made using steel, as it gives great strength to the wheel. However, there are rims which are made using other materials that are as strong as steel. Since the weight of vehicles is reduced by the wheels, the wheels’…

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Added by Tom Clark on October 13, 2014 at 6:46am — No Comments

Bespoke temporary classrooms for historic school sites

Britain’s urban schools are under more pressure than ever, with expanding class sizes coming up against straitened economic circumstances and modern teaching techniques demanding ever more space, a luxury in city schools whose sites are often overcrowded. An increasingly complex timetable designed to teach practical…

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Added by Tom Clark on October 13, 2014 at 4:13am — No Comments

Taking the help of maths tutoring to solve your problems

In mathematics, there are a lot of problems, which you need to solve. So, there is a definitive understanding that without the appropriate guidance, and having an intellect that can actually reflect your needs to solve a particular problem at the earliest, you will not be able to do so. So, you would…

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Added by Tom Clark on October 12, 2014 at 12:30pm — No Comments

Guide to Grant for College Students

Grants refer to the monies which are allocated by different issuing agencies for achieving certain objectives and goals. As costs related with college tuition continue to increase rapidly, it’s now becoming hard for the students to cope with the enormous expenses. Apart from tuition costs, the students also have to bear other expenses like accommodation, food, etc. To fulfill their dreams of pursuing higher university and college degree, the students should apply for the individual…

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Added by Tom Clark on October 12, 2014 at 5:33am — No Comments

Making Money Online through writing essays

Traditionally when seeking a job, people expect to be employed by a company with a brick and mortar presence. This can be a storefront like a coffee shop or a corporate setting in an office. However, with the prevalence of the Internet has come a whole new era of employment. Instead of seeking employment from a traditional company people can hop on their computer and make just as much, if not more, money from the comfort of their home.

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Added by sabjan on October 10, 2014 at 6:57am — No Comments

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