It’s a very hectic task for students to research and write on so many given task throughout their academic session. They are bombarded with number of writing assignments at every academic level in the form of essay, term paper, research paper, book review, book report, dissertation and thesis. With so many assignments in their life, students usually get tensed and unable to manage all task, with such circumstances EssayWorks.net provide an exclusive and reliable source for UK essay writing assistance. Continue reading
One of the main problems of school education is that, because of the urgent need to meet an increasingly closed curriculum, offer students something that they have neither defendant nor have any interest in learning.
This is the cause for much of the effort and energy of teachers is lost in getting to motivate students and show them that what they learn is of any use to them. What it is not paradoxical because curiosity is one of the most defining characteristics of children and adolescents and the real engine of learning. What then is the problem? Why we are not able to make the school’s curiosity of the students? Continue reading
Learning math doesn’t come naturally to most children. it requires a lot of patience and a lot of work. Most math problems, or learning difficulties in general, can be solved by developing your child’s memory for basic equations. Once they understand these equations, they will learn to apply them to a number of different things. If your child is struggling with math, then it’s your job, as a parent to help them develop these skill sets in order to excel in life. Here are a few tips on how to help your child learn math at home. Continue reading
There is an increasing number of working professionals who take a two-year break to enroll in a full-time MBA programme. Oftentimes, the toughest decision they make is to step away from their full-time jobs. While bagging an MBA will surely add weight to one’s career, taking a break is not aviable option, usually. Continue reading
It’s summer and for just over two months classrooms will be closed for vacation. Schools and colleges are emptied of students but teachers work … (at least most of them) advantage to form, for recycling, to take stock of progress and to prepare the next.
Close classrooms but education does vacation because not only educates school but also educate family, friends, the media, social networks … the “curious” task list for summer teacher Italian these days of social networks and the media echo is a beautiful example of this. Continue reading
To understand how the education they need is necessary to know what they say “great” thinkers of our time. His words are the stars that should show us the way. Here I present some quotes that as a GPS, will help you not miss on your educational journey:
Zygmunt Bauman: “Forget completely and quickly outdated and stale customs information may be more important to the future success memorizing past moves and build strategies based on prior learning.” Continue reading
“It is fascinating to note that the two brain structures that are long term primarily responsible for memory are located in the emotional area of the brain.” David A. Sousa: Educational Neuroscience.
I have said on other entries in this blog (Emotional education: learning to feel and educate is exciting, educating is to move) that emotions play a key role in learning. Every day I am more convinced how important is what is taught and how to teach it. Continue reading
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“Bored at the right time is a sign of intelligence.” – Clifton Paul Fadiman
Education as parents and teachers we offer our children and students may not be equal to that we offered them a decade ago. Continue reading
“Lazy people always talk about what they plan to do, what they will do; those who really do not have time something to speak or what they do.” – Goethe
There is nothing more contrary to education laziness. But unfortunately, laziness is an endemic evil in education today. Continue reading
“The job of a teacher is not teaching subjects, but to teach students.” – Ken Robinson
It should be borne in mind that education, in one way or another, affects us all (as teachers, as parents, as students, as citizens …). Similarly, we can not forget that everyone can do something to change education, to improve it. There are no excuses, we can not hide behind economically obsolete and malicious political laws, we can not shield us in I’m just a student or a parent, we can not hide behind the excuse the way things are. Fortunately there are many teachers, principals, parents and even students who demonstrate every day that a different school is possible. Continue reading