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Published by Malok Mading 76 months ago in Schools & Education | +5 votes | 9 comments
Memphis is well served by highly rated public schools. Four of the top five achieved the highest possible rating of 10/10 with the fifth achieving 9/10.
Published by Amanda Wilkins 76 months ago in Schools & Education | +1 votes | 0 comments
Kansas City is well-served by top Public Schools. Two have achieved the highest achievable rating of 10/10 and three others got 9/10. Several other schools achieved a 7 or an 8 rating.
Published by Amanda Wilkins 76 months ago in Schools & Education | +2 votes | 0 comments
Many English words are difficult to spell correctly. Details are given of a fun three-step way to make spelling easy.
Published by Jay Pillay 76 months ago in Schools & Education | +0 votes | 1 comments
How to Maximize StudentsÂ’ Learning Using Social Networking Websites? Ways on how to maximize students' learning using social networking websites.
Published by Anncash16 76 months ago in Schools & Education | +11 votes | 9 comments
Why is education important? This age old question lives on and most of us really do not have the answer. Let us try to analyze it now.
Published by Kamika Stewart 76 months ago in Schools & Education | +12 votes | 7 comments
In teaching, the structure of subject matter should include the cognitive, the skills and the affective components.
Published by hunterfact 77 months ago in Schools & Education | +1 votes | 0 comments
Learning is an experience which occurs inside the learner and is activated by the learner. This principle states that learning is greatly dependent upon the individual; on how he or she is going to respond unto the knowledge that comes from the outside.
Published by hunterfact 77 months ago in Schools & Education | +2 votes | 0 comments
Mr. Simens, an award-winning filmmaker and feature film producer is hailed as the movie industry's leading film instructor and is considered the "guru of the Low-Budget" and "Champion of the Independent Movement". Dov has authored the books, "PRODUCING BY THE NUMBERS" and "THE MONEY POWER DIRECTORY"
Published by Inforead 77 months ago in Schools & Education | +4 votes | 1 comments
Tips to ease your experience taking the SATs.
Published by Kathryn Coffman 78 months ago in Schools & Education | +2 votes | 0 comments
The whole idea of Critical thinking may be totally new to many who enter a university. But, it is considered by many to be the most important skill a student can bring to the lecture hall. Often ignored, critical thinking is one skill that requires people to carefully evaluate what is being written and spoken. Then, based on that, they have to, in an intelligent way, and with a reasonable outlook, decide which of the available information should be accepted – or not.
Published by Colin Dovey 78 months ago in Schools & Education | +21 votes | 6 comments
It is generally acknowledged that most people want to be in a position to be able to have the personal confidence enabled by the ability to think better, and make better decisions based on that in their own lives. If Thinking Teens want to develop their personalities, then they will appreciate that the way they think must then be the key to that process. To achieve this, it is very important to start early in life, and indeed develop the right attitude early in life.
Published by Colin Dovey 78 months ago in Schools & Education | +10 votes | 4 comments
Children don't come to school by themselves. Instead each one of them belongs to a family who lives in a community surrounded by different public and business entities. These have the potential of impacting a child's educational opportunities in a positive or negative way.
Published by Diamond Channing 78 months ago in Schools & Education | +4 votes | 0 comments
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