t’s taken generations, but classroom students are finally teaching their teachers how they learn best. As differentiation has made inroads upon territory where once only “one size fits all” was the norm, formative assessments are being used to actually adjust teaching to meet the academic needs of the student. Through a variety of means—social media, [...]
icking a college to attend is an incredibly important life decision that naturally involves numerous considerations and factors. It requires you to think strongly about what you want to study, what passions, sports, and extracurriculars you want to pursue, what kind of students you want to surround yourself with, and how much you can afford [...]
Going back to school when you have kids is never an easy decision or task. The thoughts of money being tight and time being strained is often enough to deter any single mother. But for those who want to provide a better life for their family, they know that getting a degree is a must. [...]
Whether you’re pursuing a Bachelors degree or a Masters, choosing the right educational program for you is critically important to your future. It’s not unusual to spend upwards of a year or more simply researching different schools and programs around the country. Considering the price of tuition these days, a few months of research is [...]
When you’re trying to pick a college, there are numerous decisions you can consider without even stepping foot on a campus. What do you want to study? How much are you able to pay? Do you seek a small or large student body? What kind of school will accept you in the first place? All [...]
It all starts out the way you imagined. You and your spouse graduated from college, got married, moved into a house and even had your first baby. Now your spouse brings up the subject of going back to school! She has always wanted to be a lawyer but between getting married and having children it [...]
The digital revolution has already come to classrooms across the country: Students from all grade levels are using programs like Skype to video chat with virtual pen pals, playing outcome-based education games on computers, and e-mailing their teachers for help with homework. And e-books are slowly being added to the arsenal of resources used for [...]
When high school students prepare for college, there’s an almost endless list of things to do: set up college visits, apply for financial aid, and fill out school applications. But one of the most challenging tasks on the college to-do list is taking college entrance exams like the SAT and ACT. About half of the [...]
Your first year of college sets the tone for your next four years of school. From the first day of orientation, your friends, class selection and general attitude will shape the kind of student that you will become. For many it is an exciting and prosperous time, but for some the first year of college [...]
Going to college can be an exciting time, but what will you do with your degree when your college days are done? If you major in one of the eight areas listed below, you might have a few issues getting a “normal” job – but that’s not always a bad thing. 1. Parapsychology Ever wanted [...]
- Household Income Still Strongly Linked to SAT Scores December 19, 2012
- The Growth of Online Education [Infographic] May 7, 2012
- Harvard and MIT to Offer Free Online Courses May 4, 2012
- Formative Assessment: Collaboration With A Higher Purpose April 19, 2012
- Best College Student Credit Cards April 13, 2012
- Kaplan University Online College Review September 1, 2010
- University of Vermont – Student Review November 17, 2010
- Nursing Education for Enhancing Skills December 3, 2010
- College Review – University of Phoenix September 1, 2010
- College For $99 – A Review April 29, 2011
- Llaovell: Technical support is a “joke”. It is atrocious...
- Llaovell: I wish Kaplan would make it more opaque what the $...
- uksuperiorpapers: I think it is the teacher and parents who should m...
- free anonymous email: it will be very helpful for the professional nurse...
- Lisa: Help Right a Wrong: Needed scholarships for Enron...