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How and Why To Get Into National Honor Society

The National Honor Society (NHS) is an organization for the high-school students. It is dedicated to recognizing and appreciating the young ones for their excellent performance at educational establishments. Hence, those who satisfy the membership requirements laid down by the school’s chapter can apply for the NHS…

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Best University in the world

California Institute of Technology, or as it is often shortened Caltech - took first place in…

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Added by Daisy Hastings on April 13, 2016 at 11:00am — No Comments

The coolest student dormitory in the world

Calling this beauty "hostel" is simply impossible. This hostel for students is located in Ørestad - the new area of Copenhagen in Denmark. Called -…

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Choosing a profession

Finishing school, millions of young people begin an independent life. They can begin to work or continue their studies to obtain higher…

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How to deal with a teenager

Striving for independence, isolation, unwillingness to spend all their free time together, the…

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Added by Daisy Hastings on April 13, 2016 at 8:30am — 1 Comment

Primary school teacher

After the defense of the …

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The first day in college

It does not matter where you come to the first day of study: a small private school, or a huge university - meeting new people…

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The first day at school. How to help your child to adapt

First day of school - this is definitely…

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Added by Daisy Hastings on April 13, 2016 at 6:30am — 2 Comments

If your child is being bullied at school

We are talking about children of primary school age, because the ability to fend for themselves, strengthening of self-confidence and …

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Homeschooling: Pros and Cons

Homeschooling- a new fashion or a return to the old traditions? The benefits of the traditional school…

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Added by Daisy Hastings on April 13, 2016 at 5:00am — 2 Comments

Should parents help kids with homework?

Homework is a headache for many parents. Few children have due diligence and make your own lessons. And what about the rest? Stay with your child until the eleventh grade, or let it go. In the measure is necessary.

Homework should not take a student of the first class for more than thirty minutes a day. Every class is a digit increase, but this does not mean that the student must sit until midnight over exercise books.

In order to the implementation of lessons was most…

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Added by Daisy Hastings on March 16, 2016 at 10:19am — 3 Comments

Education of children with disabilities

New forms of educational integration



Many years of experimental work has shown that the most adequate conditions for carrying out purposeful work on the integration of children with developmental disabilities have a combined educational institutions - institutions which include both ordinary and special pre-school groups and school classes. Under these conditions, it becomes possible to effectively carry out the integration of children with developmental…

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Added by Daisy Hastings on March 16, 2016 at 9:37am — No Comments

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Where’s the Silver Lining for Education?

With the cloud of the Corona Virus hanging over us and growing by the hour, it is difficult to see any silver lining. Health and safety are our greatest concerns. The stakes are high and the consequences may be fatal to too many. Anything I discuss here shouldIn the past, many discussions by several education leaders have sometimes suggested the idea of education reform…See More
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Where’s the Silver Lining for Education?

With the cloud of the Corona Virus hanging over us and growing by the hour, it is difficult to see any silver lining. Health and safety are our greatest concerns. The stakes are high and the consequences may be fatal to too many. Anything I discuss here shouldIn the past, many discussions by several education leaders have sometimes suggested the idea of education reform…See More
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OLC Accelerate 2020 at Walt Disneyworld Swan & Dolphin Resort

November 17, 2020 at 8am to November 20, 2020 at 5pm
The OLC Accelerate conference emphasizes the most innovative and impactful research and effective practices in the field of online, digital and blended learning. Supporting administrators, designers, and educators alike, Accelerate offers a comprehensive list of sessions and activities tailored to addressing the challenges and goals of our entire community. Our curation of conference tracks and exhibits promises a cross-section of the prime topics in our field, offering exciting programming…See More
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OLC Innovate 2020 - Virtual Conference at Online

June 15, 2020 to June 26, 2020
Together we will build new foundations for stronger, better higher education environments. And because innovation scales best when ideas are shared, our work sessions will explore digital technologies and adapted teaching behaviors aimed at informing policy, inspiring leadership, and evolving practice at all levels impacting institutions, universities and colleges.See More
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