March 2016 Blog Posts (13)

The Hiring Trend: CVs Reflecting Digital Qualification Is The Buzz For Employment

Hiring trend changes from year to year depending on the factors like economic stability of the world or region and demand in the industries abreast others. This year it seems the trend is set to adopt a new approach. So if your organisation is looking to hire employees, certain aspects should be taken into account. There are many companies which are accepting digital qualification of job applicants. And are actually appointing individuals who have opted for online distance learning courses.…

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Added by Mark William on March 22, 2016 at 2:48am — No Comments

The legacy of a stainless steel world

The other day at school I was advised by my administration that I should keep my political views to myself. Since the present political cycle is the oddest and most interesting of my life this request will be very difficult to obey. But, also since I am getting older and retirement is less than a year away I thought it best to listen to myself and be damned to all who want to control my thoughts

           

As I watched my colleagues remove all of their students work in order…

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Added by James G. Fabiano on March 19, 2016 at 10:59am — No Comments

Online Learning: Pursuing Business And Management Degree Courses In Another Continent

Pursuing an online degree course has its several benefits to explore the world apart from its side effects. The flexibility of studying is what matters. You need not attend regular classes in order to attend lectures. However you can do the same sitting back home anytime when you are free. Apart from this, the online business and management degree courses has following benefits for the professionals. The accessibility of the online courses are huge. You get opportunity to interact with the…

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Added by Mark William on March 18, 2016 at 12:00am — No Comments

Tips For Revision

Exams and tests can be an upsetting time for most understudies, however take after these fabulous anxiety free tips for reconsidering... furthermore, you may end up at the highest point of the brainy class!

Make an 'update timetable' and dependably let your family know when you are modifying.

Make synopsis notes and anything straightforward that helps your memory – as short notes, drawings and maxims are much less demanding to…

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Added by Raumond Casey on March 16, 2016 at 5:36am — No Comments

Research about children

A week ago, I met a center teacher who softened out up tears as she let me know how her understudies' conduct was "crazy." I know she's not the only one: Middle school understudies are infamous for their refusal to take after guidelines, driving instructors to tears and more terrible.

I'll concede that I harbored this negative perspective of center school understudies—until I read some earth shattering examination on center schoolers that made me think: We have everything…

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Added by Raumond Casey on March 16, 2016 at 4:29am — No Comments

School Rejection & What You Can Do About It

Competition over school places is growing massively, with more and more parents finding themselves vying for shrinking postcode catchment areas. On top of this, where children are able to apply for a school, rejections are…

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Added by Daisy Thompson on March 16, 2016 at 12:00am — No Comments

How to develope your creativity

Is inventiveness enthralled? Not as exhibited by those now showing to it as a limit, finds Colin Barras. Are there truly insider truths to opening your imaginative limit?



Is it conceivable to be recognize what it takes to be inventive? On the off chance that you take a gander at extraordinary talented specialists, performers or business visionaries, it can make…

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Added by Stephany Sommers on March 15, 2016 at 3:42am — No Comments

Technology vs Exams

Important exams are the most detestable piece of different an understudy's life. They deliver a conflicting opportunity to writing months or years of learning onto paper, and can address the picking minute future calling prospects. The trouble is that taking an exam immediately undauntedly set by the instructive logbook has never been an immaculate approach to manage pick health – they might come at the ideal time for some fortunate understudies, yet not for some others.…

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Added by Stephany Sommers on March 15, 2016 at 3:15am — No Comments

Mobile is Future of African Education

Over the coming months, A Matter of Life and Tech will highlight a degree of voices from individuals building Africa's tech future. These days, United Nation's adaptable learning master Steve Vosloo fights telephones could be the inescapable predetermination of course on the region.



Planning structures are under strain.



It is an issue felt in…

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Added by Stephany Sommers on March 15, 2016 at 3:09am — No Comments

8 quotes about the future of education

What teachers think about the future of schools?

  1. "Learning will be project based. Students will be evaluated on critical-thinking and problem-solving skills. Literature and math will still be taught, but they will be taught differently. Math will be taught as a way of learning how to solve problems…
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Added by Konstantin Kharchenko on March 15, 2016 at 2:30am — No Comments

Redefining The Corporate Training With Online Distance Learning Courses

The skill gap is the major concern for organisations. Because it may affect operations and productivity of the companies. This affects the industry as the whole. And in the larger context, the economy of the region suffer a setback. This is one reason why corporates across the world are stressing upon the training of employees and even the new recruits. However, the training process and methods have transformed. Many companies instead of face to face training moved on to the online distance…

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Added by Mark William on March 8, 2016 at 11:00pm — No Comments

Yesterday, Today and Tomorrow

Educators, parents and grandparents, communities and businesses all share a common interest.  Each entity has a stake in the education of our youth, our children.  In these circles we might here terms like the school of today or preparing children for jobs of tomorrow.  Sadly, we continually to fail our children and ourselves.  We continue to miss the mark.  Why?  As Ken Robinson (2010) so beautifully illustrates we are using a 200 year old model based on separation by class status and…

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Added by Makeda Deborah Heard on March 3, 2016 at 9:27pm — No Comments

Yesterday, Today and Tomorrow

Educators, parents and grandparents, communities and businesses all share a common interest.  Each entity has a stake in the education of our youth, our children.  In these circles we might here terms like the school of today or preparing children for jobs of tomorrow.  Sadly, we continually to fail our children and ourselves.  We continue to miss the mark.  Why?  As Ken Robinson (2010) so beautifully illustrates we are using a 200 year old model based on separation by class status and…

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Added by Makeda Deborah Heard on March 3, 2016 at 9:27pm — No Comments

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