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Tips for Earning Your Bachelor's Degree Online

The best online bachelor's degrees are programs that offer flexibility in the education process. Some students can attend classes for part of the year, some students have attended traditional classroom courses, and some students may prefer a mix of online and traditional classwork. Online education can work with traditional…See More
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Professional bios – How to write them successfully

Following school or university, a professional bio is the most important piece of copy you’ll ever write. As first impressions are very important, a professional bio is able to introduce who you are as a professional when you’re looking for that first job.Though bios are normally used on professional platforms, you can also send them to journalists when pitching stories.An online bio needs to showcase any professional or even personal achievements and reflects your career history.All in all,…See More
Sep 14
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Kevin Sheehan, Before ‘Kevin And Cooley’

Kevin Sheehan, known especially for his work on the “Kevin and Cooley” show, has just recently left Team 980. This has left a whole lot of Redskins fans a bit disappointed and many of them are dearly missing the charismatic radio host. Virtually no details have been shared, from Kevin or Team 980 themselves, but after a short period of Sheehan and Cooley being absent from the morning sportscasts, Kevin finally did post a small tweet saying goodbye to Team…See More
Sep 8
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Flipped Learning Is Reshaping Education

Education is seen as the conventional way of transmitting knowledge and transforming the knowledge into desired skills which are indeed being used in earning a livelihood, financial benefits and much more. From childhood itself, children are exposed to classrooms and are asked to follow the curriculum of the academy. These days, with the introduction of modern technology in education, the traditional way of learning has changed. The new way such as flipped learning in which the idea of…See More
Sep 3
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Forex trading: Ways to Predict Currency Exchange Rates for Study

Supply and demand are two fundamental elements for correctly interpreting currency trends. A currency that has weak demand and high supply will likely lose value, while a currency that has high demand and low supply will continue to appreciate.Unfortunately, however, a complication arises for the fact that while goods are bought and sold as a single item, in currency transactions, currencies must be bought or sold against another currency, and investors must, therefore, consider two currencies…See More
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Top 3 Mistakes of First Time Self Publishers

By Aniket Singh (Author of Intern Abroad This Summer) Self-publishing can be hard and confusing to first time authors . But in my opinion and experience, it is immensely rewarding. I loved the fact that something that I thought about is now in the hands of students around the world. Suddenly from being a nerd/geek woking for Apple , now I am a published author whom students reach about to for their questions and with their fanmail. Here are the top 3…See More
Aug 14
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Reasons behind writing services getting popular with every crossing day

Writing services are getting popular day by day. Students are more willing to pay for their school/university essays rather than writing them themselves. This may be due to the strict rules enforced at educational institutions these days. Some institutions are so strict that they lower your grade or reduce your marks if you submit the task after the due date, and which student will want that? But the question that arises at the moment is that what are the reasons…See More
Aug 7
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Website for e-learning

Online learning is gaining popularity tremendously with each day. A majority of people are opting for it because it’s cheaper and it takes a short duration compared to the traditional learning.There’re several websites which offer e-learning, but your choice will depend on what you want to learn and so web designer Sydney summarized them as follows;UdacityThis is one of the most popular e-learning websites. It was founded by Sebastian Thrun, the…See More
Aug 3
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Rocketship Education Focuses on the Needs of the Children

Unfortunately, American schools are fighting what is known as an achievement gap. Kids from affluent areas almost always do better than those from low-income areas. Perhaps this is a natural consequence of the way schools are funded: property taxes and test scores. A low-income school does not have the financial resources to give these young children the help they need, which results in low test scores, and then lower funding, perpetuating the cycle. However, some parents are taking matters…See More
Jul 30
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What Can You Do With an Associate Degree in Business?

One untold secret of high performing business magnates and CEOs is that a good number of them started out in humble positions and climbed up by adding on skills. An associate degree is a good starting point for anyone wishing to climb up the corporate ladder.Unlike a bachelor’s degree, an associate degree takes a shorter time, typically two years, and costs less. If you need to lay a good foundation in business, going back to class for an associate degree is a smart idea. Even job seekers who…See More
Jul 26
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Effect of Recreational Activity on Young Minds

One thing very common with children is that they do everything with full enthusiasm. This is the reason it is said that if you want to nurture someone to be a good citizen in the future then try to impart the good things in his/her childhood only. Children are like clay pot that can be molded into any shape and size but till the clay is soft but once the clay becomes hard it resist any change in shape and size. This is the same with us humans and if children from a very young age are given the…See More
Jul 3
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Tips for tiling a floor: Installing Large Format Tiles

Large format tiles are easy to maintain. They have the benefit of making a room look bigger. The patterns give a dynamic look and impacts how the space looks.Tips on how to bring out the best in format tiles:Make sure that the surface is flat- Before tiling a floor, ensure that the surface is perfectly flat. If it is not flat, one edge of the tile will be higher than the adjacent tile and it willlook uneven and not…See More
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Tips for Earning Your Bachelor's Degree Online

Posted on September 23, 2018 at 10:25pm 0 Comments

The best online bachelor's degrees are programs that offer flexibility in the education process. Some students can attend classes for part of the year, some students have attended traditional classroom courses, and some students may prefer a mix of online and traditional classwork. Online education can work with traditional…

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Are You Ready for Grad School?

Posted on September 21, 2018 at 11:30pm 0 Comments

Many American adults are pursuing a graduate degree to stand out in the competitive job market, increase their earnings, advance in their current career, or change their career. Whether you are fresh out of an undergraduate program or have been out of school for a number of years, graduate school is a commitment. While an additional degree to write on…

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On The Dandelion’s Tale By Kevin Sheehan

Posted on September 21, 2018 at 12:55pm 0 Comments

The Dandelion’s Tale, by Kevin Sheehan and illustrated by Robert Dunlavey is a children’s book that touches on some very grand concepts. It is quite a simple story of course, as any children’s book should be, but it carries within it many great messages. The book begins with a cute, brown sparrow spotting a dandelion among some long grass. The dandelion is nearing the end of its life and only has ten or so little white hairs left. This old…

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Professional bios – How to write them successfully

Posted on September 14, 2018 at 6:31am 0 Comments

Following school or university, a professional bio is the most important piece of copy you’ll ever write. As first impressions are very important, a professional bio is able to introduce who you are as a professional when you’re looking for that first job.

Though bios are normally used on professional platforms, you can also send them to journalists when pitching stories.

An online bio needs to showcase any professional or even personal achievements and reflects your career…

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