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There Is Nothing Spooky About Ghostwriting


Ghostwriting is defined as the act of writing books or other pieces in which another “author” receives full credit. Often, the official author, a celebrity, politician, or another public figure can sell books under his own name, while not necessarily being the one who wrotethese books. This person hires a ghost as a freelance writer to produce copywriter work for a fee.

Ghostwriting presents the ideas of an author in the words of a stand-in writer. The author has something to share, but…

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U.S. Students Lag behind Their International Counterparts In Skills


 

Recent study findings released by Harvard’s Program on Education and Governance show that although over the last decade a great deal of everybody’s attention has been focused on improving academic achievements of U.S. students and increasing their interest in such STEM-related disciplines as mathematics and science, the results still come short of satisfactory.

American students cannot keep up with their peers from highly-developed countries. In recent years the U.S. public…

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New feature at Eduboard: place Private orders for your Favorite tutors!

Dear friends!

Today we are happy to inform you that Eduboard.com is launching a new feature that will allow students to place private orders for their favorite tutors! From now on, if you wish to place an order for a particular tutor, you can make it private and available to this person only!

To hire a particular tutor just click the button “Hire” next to the tutor’s name on your Favorites list or pick one of the tutors from All Tutors page. Please note that you should be logged in as a…

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Eduboard Presents an Improved and Much More Flexible Educational Platform

Hey guys,
Eduboard team is happy to inform you that our service is becoming better. Over the last year, we have been carefully gathering and reviewing all our students’ and tutors’ comments, feedback and opinions trying to understand how to make our online tutoring service even more effective, affordable and convenient for its users.
Today we are pleased to introduce you a new improved educational platform where students of all ages and skill levels can easily and quickly connect to the…

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Higher Educated Workers Find Themselves In A More Advantageous Position At Post-Crisis Times


 
America’s employment market has finally entered the recovery stage. After quite a long period of stagnation, people are starting to feel more confident about their future. However, many researchers say, it is too early get relaxed about the whole situation for not everyone is on the safe side.

Apparently, the recovery will mostly affect those people that can boast a college degree while leaving behind all those who only have a high school diploma.

Anthony Carnavale, director…

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Fun-Based Learning: 5 Ways to Make Homework Fun

 

It is not a surprise that most children hate homework. They procrastinate doing their assignments, find excuses not to start or even resort to trickery just to avoid it. Their parents in turn have to be very imaginative too when it comes to fulfilling their parental duty and forcing children to study hard. They go in for bribery, persuasion and at times even intimidation, not really understanding why their kid does not want to complete such an easy assignment. As practice shows…

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What Is Fashionable In K-12 Education Today?

From a longer school day and shorter school week to flipped classrooms and multi-grade teaching, there is a lot going on in K-12 education these days. Some of these trends make the headlines and attract much attention, while others go mainly unnoticed.

All people can be divided into two main categories where the first group consists of those who are willing to accept these changes and the other one is represented by people who do not want to follow these trends and faithfully stick to…

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Boosting Math Skills with the Help of Multi-Touch Interactive Desks

Our classrooms are getting ‘smarter’ and more interactive day by day. Technology-enabled classrooms can modify the teaching and learning processes of such subjects as math, science and English. It is a complex solution that empowers teachers to make the teaching process more interactive and inspiring by using visual means and also helps them to create question papers and assess students’ achievement. Moreover, it gives teachers the flexibility of making classroom science labs mobile. This…

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MOOCs: The Good, The Bad, The Different

They are referred to as ‘the most successful and daring experiment in higher education for the last 50 years’ or a ‘game-changer’. Many say they are worthy of great praise for making education truly democratic while others curse them for posing a threat to the traditional learning.

MOOCs, which stands for massive open online courses, is the abbreviation that came to be used just recently but has already engendered hot arguments as to its effectiveness and the transforming…

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NASA Is Determined To Teach Children Science

Are you passionate about learning science? Do you spend hours in the lab? Then you are going to like this one. The National Aeronautics and Space Administration (NASA) has prepared something exciting for you. A new online science resource for educators and their students called NASA Wavelength is aimed to educate people about the solar system and its components and show how the universe is organized.

The site provides its users with hundreds of resources arranged by subject matter and…

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