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It is somewhat surprising that world-class scrabble players are really familiar with thousands of words – but have no clue as to their meaning! The reason for this is the way the game is constructed, giving value to individual letters being simply point-scoring symbols. This renders word definitions irrelevant and confines them to the dustbin in this particular scenario.
Published by Colin Dovey 97 months ago in Schools & Education | +26 votes | 18 comments
At the beginning, the two compulsory subjects taught were Latin and the only sport played at the time archery.
Published by Johnny Dod 103 months ago in Schools & Education | +25 votes | 12 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 86 months ago in Schools & Education | +21 votes | 6 comments
Current legislation including No Child Left Behind and IDEA, as well as the current inclusion trend for placement of students with mild disabilities indicates many students with Specific Learning Disabilities (LD) will be receiving instruction in the general education classroom rather than a more restrictive special education setting (Steele, 2010). In order for students with LD to succeed in the general education environment, teachers must be cognizant of how information processing affects lear...
Published by Chris Stonecipher 82 months ago in Schools & Education | +20 votes | 10 comments
Eton college, the number one public school. "The Battle of Waterloo was won on the playing-fields of Eton” There can be no other school in the world that can match the number of distinguished figures that have made their mark on our world.
Published by Johnny Dod 103 months ago in Schools & Education | +18 votes | 9 comments
An article about writing term papers.
Published by Flower Boho 83 months ago in Schools & Education | +17 votes | 4 comments
Cambridge University the second oldest university in England
Published by Johnny Dod 104 months ago in Schools & Education | +17 votes | 11 comments
This article offers quick, simple tips for parents to ensure that their students are developing study habits that are effective and efficient.
Published by Krista Springer 92 months ago in Schools & Education | +16 votes | 3 comments
This article is based on interviews with special education professionals and what it takes to succeed as a special education teacher.
Published by Chris Stonecipher 103 months ago in Schools & Education | +16 votes | 14 comments
First Book was started in 1992 by Kyle Zimmer to provide age-appropriate books to needy children. Since its inception, First Book has provided over 80 million books to needy children.
Published by Jerry Walch 93 months ago in Schools & Education | +14 votes | 6 comments
Ethical standards in education today are important in holding the profession accountable and signifying the professional as one who conforms to the acceptable professional standards of conduct. Ethics can be defined as, “The principles of conduct governing us as individual professionals as well as our particular group or discipline” (Wheeler & Richey, 2009).
Published by Chris Stonecipher 101 months ago in Schools & Education | +14 votes | 6 comments
Oxford the oldest surviving University in the English speaking world
Published by Johnny Dod 104 months ago in Schools & Education | +14 votes | 17 comments
The three things that you can do to cope with the rising cost of education
Published by Marie A. 90 months ago in Schools & Education | +13 votes | 4 comments
Best Gift Ideas for Teachers! If you are looking for what to gift to your teacher on teachers day or on birthday then you have reached the right spot. In this article you will find an excellent collection of gift ideas for teachers. Read on to find the perfect gift for your teacher. Thank your teacher by giving a thoughtful gift from this list of gift ideas for teachers.
Published by Ruby 77 months ago in Schools & Education | +12 votes | 1 comments
K to 12 Curriculum is a curriculum which is designed and prepared by Filipinos for the Filipinos. The best practices and the best features of previous curricula were consolidated and included in this new curriculum. Here's a better and simple explanation of the K12 Curriculum in the Philippines that provides better understanding and answer to the most frequently asked questions about it.
Published by Nobert Bermosa 77 months ago in Schools & Education | +12 votes | 1 comments
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