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Five Ways To Make Your Online Students Participate In Class

 
Due to the expanding popularity of online learning, students and colleges are no longer bound by any physical or geographical limitations. This means that schools today can offer extremely popular and sought-after programs to a larger number of students without worrying about limited amount of enrollment places or staff shortage. Students also benefit greatly from this situation by not having to pack up and move away to college or borrow money to pay for their education.

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Helpful Homework Strategies for Students with Learning Disabilities


 
Homework has been generally recognized as one element of the curriculum playing an important part in a child’s academic success. By its means, teachers provide students with additional instruction time, help them reinforce their understanding of the concepts they have been learning is class and develop useful self-study skills. In a way, it is also how teachers make sure parents are aware of their kids’ academic progress. Children with disabilities who study by the general education…

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Top Three U.S.-Based Educational Event to Visit In 2013


 
This New Year marked the beginning of the new round of education conferences where all the great minds of our century will get together and once again discuss what there is good and bad in our education.

The truth is there is a lot to talk about and look forward to. A great number of education-related events are scheduled for 2013, promising so much for educators from all over the U.S. and the whole world.

The fast development of technology and its integration into the…

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Interesting Facts on the Current State of Teaching in the U.S.


 
How many high school teachers are there in the U.S.? What is the sex ratio between male and female teachers? What is the average age of school and college teachers? These are the questions you have always wanted to ask but never bothered to seek information on.

Well, today we will provide you with some interesting and amusing stats on the current state of teaching in the U.S.:

• There are currently 7.2 million teachers in the U.S. most of whom are female, 80% to be…

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Tips to Help Anyone Sail through SAT Tests Easily

 
Before high-school students take off on their college journey, there is plenty of work to be done such as writing essays, visiting campus and, of course, taking the SAT exams, which are highly important and widely used college entrance exams. The SAT tests might be the most nerve-wracking part of any college application process but experts say, it can be quite manageable provided you are prepared to invest enough time, energy, hard work and dedication.

There are numerous test…

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Five Management Tips to Make the Most of Online Faculty Meetings

 
Online learning has taken a great stride forward over the past decade and more and more students today are opting for this form of education, which allows them to combine learning with full- or part-time employment, family and other commitments. Distant education has opened up numerous opportunities for students and it has posed some unique challenges as well. However, students are not the only ones who have to adjust to this new form of learning and develop skills necessary to…

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Effective Strategies to Promote Your Students’ Critical Thinking Skills

It might come as a bit of a shock to find out that the content you learn at school is not really important except for the small part of it that you will use in your day-to-day life. What really matters is the skills we adopt while learning this content. These are such skills as collaborative and team working, problem solving, communication and of course critical thinking. The latter seems to have made quite a noise in the world recently. It is the in-thing and the latest craze of these…

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Funny Ways Technology Can Help You Know Your Students Better

If you are a teacher starting a new class, there is a chance you are feeling excited and a little nervous. No matter how many years of practice you have under your belt, meeting a class full of students is always a challenge. It will take you time to get to know the group well, however, there are a few things you can do to facilitate the process.

You most probably have a list of your own tried-and-true icebreakers such as The Little Known Fact, True or False or Word Association, which…

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Dispelling Myths about Online Education

Despite the breakneck growth of technology-enhanced online education options and a sharp uprise in the amount of learners, both children and adults, who choose to get educated online, this form of learning is still viewed by many as a convenient additional tool rather than a full-fledged alternative to the traditional classroom instruction. The stigma attached undeservedly to many online university programs gave birth to a number of myths and misconceptions that reign supreme in the minds…

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How Pinterest Can Benefit Teaching

These days’ teachers are overwhelmed by a wide range of responsibilities that face their classrooms: apart from teaching itself and the enormous paper workload that comes with it, they have to find ways to incorporate technology into their curriculum and instruction, make sure all students are equally engaged into the learning process and achieve their full potential. Thus, many teachers, especially young and inexperienced ones, start thinking about ways to make their work easier and at…

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