August 2015 Blog Posts (11)

5 Ways to Engage Millennial Through Corporate Training


Most of the corporate houses keep looking for fresh recruitments in order to fuse a breath of new ideas and energy into their establishments; such that they do not lag behind in the race to survive and grow. And when does a business exactly out-do itself and its competition? When its employees are dynamic and know how to adapt as per the change in situations. To fulfill this purpose, businesses must understand the need for corporate training for…


Added by sabjan on August 27, 2015 at 12:38am — No Comments

Internet of Things and its influence on Education

Mentioning the fact that our lives became highly depended on the connections of the Internet is almost redundant. Still, as a detail that should prove this point and launch it beyond the point of any doubt, is the statistic that in 2008 the number of connected devices exceeded the number of people on Earth. By the year 2020, there will be more than 50 billion devices online, starting from our PCs, tablets,…


Added by Gordon Bogunovic on August 22, 2015 at 3:30am — No Comments

The Price of Education: An Ongoing Problem of Student Loans

Currently Americans owe more than 1.2 trillion dollars for student loan payments. This represents the major problem for both their household finances and the American economy. The period after they roll out from college is the time when young people need money the most. This problem forces young Americans to postpone starting a family, taking a mortgage, or even buying a car. It positions them further away from the ‘American Dream’ their parents want them to pursue.


Class of…


Added by Gordon Bogunovic on August 20, 2015 at 8:00am — No Comments

Love books? Get a career in library sciences

Do you enjoy the deep smell of leather bound books combined with the whiff of newly polished wood? Are you one of those people to whom books are more like members of family rather than objects? Do you consider your books as your greatest treasure? If your answer is yes then its time you seriously considered a career in…


Added by sabjan on August 18, 2015 at 2:30am — No Comments

Technology to the Rescue

Public Education is due for an overhaul just like other industries. America spends more on education than almost any other nation in the world. This is true either measured by gross national product or per

pupil expenditures. Everyone agrees the…


Added by Joseph Tramontana on August 17, 2015 at 11:00pm — No Comments

The Benefit of Per Unit Costs

During bad times the budget discussions go like this: The Math Supervisor adamantly defends the Math

Coaches and the Director of Professional Development would be appalled if you cut any professional

development. The AROI discussion will center on whether the Directors/Supervisors can “prove” A

school district can benefit by researching per…


Added by Joseph Tramontana on August 14, 2015 at 6:47am — No Comments

Those who can do because they were taught how to

            The new school year is approaching. I know this because a few days ago I saw my first “Going Back to School Sale” being advertised on television. Many families are now seen scurrying through malls shopping for school dress and supplies. It is a scene I’ve been part of for over three decades. Schools are also getting ready for the influx of students with dreams of becoming anything they want to become.


            Winding through the malls hoping to find the…


Added by James G. Fabiano on August 12, 2015 at 2:15pm — No Comments

Earn A UK Degree In The Most Flexible & Affordable Way

There is no doubt that getting a degree from a reputed UK university can add great value to your CV and open doors to lucrative career opportunities. However, with stricter guidelines, restriction and rising tuition fees at higher education institutes across the United Kingdom, it has become a daunting task for aspiring learners to pursue a degree course. But there is no need to worry.…


Added by Mark William on August 7, 2015 at 3:44am — No Comments

Tips & Tricks to Pass a VMware VCP 5.5 Certification Exam

The VMware Certified Professional (VCP) title, which is the baseline certification from VMware, can provide many told and untold benefits in the IT industry. These include but are not limited to recognition in the industry for certified professionals, increments in salary on a regular basis, validation of your skills and respect from your colleagues, seniors and peers. Other tangible benefits include the right of inclusion of the VCP logo on websites and business cards, complimentary…


Added by sabjan on August 4, 2015 at 1:36am — No Comments

Best Editing Tools To Help Students in Writing

Editing is the most difficult part of writing an academic writing. You need to read your work over and over, and re-write everything that seems off. Sometimes you just wish you could just submit your work without editing them. But as you know, not proofreading your work will give you a low score.

If proofreading is not your thing, but you badly want to keep your grades high, you have to use the best editing tools online to make…


Added by Maddy Bertelsen on August 4, 2015 at 12:12am — No Comments

Complete details about National Talent Search Scholarship Exam

NTSE or National Talent Search examination is one of the most renowned competitive National level scholarship examination that is been conducted in India since 1963 to grant scholarship aid to the students of Class 10 or equivalent.  Every year lakhs of students from India and abroad take this exam.

National Council of Educational Research and Training…


Added by sabjan on August 1, 2015 at 12:10am — No Comments

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