Latest in Education
  • Kurt Mason
    Published about 17 hours ago
    The Other Wes Moore

    The Other Wes Moore

    I came across this book while preparing a thematic unit on survival for my students, and I thought that it seamlessly coincided with the conversation currently happening throughout the country. Survival takes on many different shapes and forms, as my students will learn, but this particular tale of survival shows just how closely we are connected to one another, and--whether you want to call it fate, chance, or even luck--how the smallest slivers of choice and opportunity have to power to drastically alter every aspect of the human condition.
  • Cassandra Masopeh
    Published about 17 hours ago
    Is there systemic Racism in Education?

    Is there systemic Racism in Education?

    Two words. George Floyd. A name of a black life needlessly killed because of the colour of his skin. The world is ablaze with anger and pain at the sheer brutality of his death in the United States of America. Demonstrations are taking place all over the world . This time it is different. This time the blood of this one black man has spoken and is speaking loudly. “I can’t breathe”. His death has brought racism to the forefront of all our minds. For some of us it is a painful reminder of incidents where we have been victims of it. For some of us it will be a wake up call. An uncomfortable and undeniable truth that racism still operates in every aspect of our society. It’s in Finance. Its in Sports. It’s even in Government and finally where it all began , in Education.
  • Craig Middleton
    Published a day ago
    4 Reasons Why Online Schooling is Worthwhile

    4 Reasons Why Online Schooling is Worthwhile

    As a result of the pandemic in 2020, people worldwide have had their daily schedules dramatically altered. Much of the world has had to adjust to working from home, and students from elementary school to university have had to continue their studies online. However, while this is a major shake-up, the concept of attending online schools should not be interpreted as a loss. In fact, in many regards, taking online courses can be seen as more beneficial and fulfilling than attending classes in person. Whether your schedule was disrupted by the pandemic or you were interested in online classes regardless, receiving a degree online is a viable option. This article will go over a few reasons as to how online schooling can make your life easier, as well as why, in some cases, online classes can be superior to on-campus classes.
  • Eben Donkor
    Published a day ago
    The Most Embarrassing Roommate Moment In College

    The Most Embarrassing Roommate Moment In College

    I'm from Ghana, West Africa. I played tennis there and was a national champion before getting a scholarship to attend college in the USA. So before I arrived at the New Mexico Military Institute (NMMI) in the Fall of 1993, I was in the best shape of my life. At the least, that’s what I thought.
  • Nancy Ahuja
    Published a day ago
    Expert's Advise To Study High School Abroad

    Expert's Advise To Study High School Abroad

    Are you planning to study abroad for high school summer? If the answer is yes, then you have come to the right place.
  • Mayola Mike
    Published 3 days ago
    Forgotten, Remembered
Staff Picks
  • Anthony Austin II
    Published 5 months ago
    3 Tips for Creating a Purposeful Classroom Library

    3 Tips for Creating a Purposeful Classroom Library

    Classroom libraries are becoming more popular in schools across the nation. No longer do students have to go to a school library to get books of their choice. Instead, students can conveniently grab a book right from their classroom library. With the horror of skimming through the shelves of a large library, and going through the lengthy checkout process, Students are able to choose books from a wide range of genres and topics.
  • Matthew Donnellon
    Published 6 months ago
    How to Write a Paper in One Night

    How to Write a Paper in One Night

    Before I was a professional writer, like many other writers, I was a writing student. An English major to be more precise. And that required the writing of approximately six thousand papers.
  • Archibald Jacobs
    Published 8 months ago
    Subbing In

    Subbing In

    The life of a substitute teacher is an interesting one. On any given day, you may be required to walk into a completely foreign school, and command respect the moment you walk through the front gates. This can often be belied by the fact that you have a fruit cup packed in your bag for recess, and often have difficulty finding the front office.
  • Alexandra Rizzi
    Published 8 months ago
    Why All Educators Should Do Personal Development

    Why All Educators Should Do Personal Development

    Recently I was working with a group of young students who were, as students do, resisting doing the task that I, the educator, wanted them to. I began to enter into the familiar dance that anyone who has ever worked with children likely knows well: Kids moving around the room, talking to friends, asking unrelated questions, raising their hand and telling long-winded, boring stories about their friend Carley’s pet hamster who pooped on the floor. Everybody laughs but you—because let's face it kid, your story sucks and I see what you’re trying to do here.
  • Autumn Graves
    Published about a year ago
    I Wish More of My Teachers Had Said "I Don't Know"

    I Wish More of My Teachers Had Said "I Don't Know"

    I always loved science. My brain is wired analytically, and I always did well enough at anything quantitative. I also crave new knowledge, and I’ve always been too ambitious for my own good.
  • Mackenzie Z. Kennedy
    Published about a year ago
    10 Reasons Why Teachers Are Quitting Education

    10 Reasons Why Teachers Are Quitting Education

    America is dealing with one of the worst education crises in history. As of right now, our country's ability to compete with others on an international level is in freefall.
Book Reviews
  • Kurt Mason
    Published about 17 hours ago
    The Other Wes Moore

    The Other Wes Moore

    I came across this book while preparing a thematic unit on survival for my students, and I thought that it seamlessly coincided with the conversation currently happening throughout the country. Survival takes on many different shapes and forms, as my students will learn, but this particular tale of survival shows just how closely we are connected to one another, and--whether you want to call it fate, chance, or even luck--how the smallest slivers of choice and opportunity have to power to drastically alter every aspect of the human condition.
  • Kurt Mason
    Published about a month ago
    Winger

    Winger

    Without a doubt in my mind, I feel as though I have finally found the answer to the question that seems to befall every book lover: who is your favorite author? I have always struggled with this question because I have always enjoyed such a variety of authors and genres, but I have finally figured it out--Andrew Smith. Andrew Smith has woven his way into my heart, and he has taken on the title of my favorite author.
  • Virag Dombay
    Published 4 months ago
    My Favourite Books of the decade (2010-2019)

    My Favourite Books of the decade (2010-2019)

    Those that know me, know that I love to read. It’s one of my favourite hobbies and it’s what’s inspired my love of storytelling, journaling and creative writing. I have over 300 (maybe even more) in books in just my bedroom alone and I never appear to have enough. Although, one could argue that it’s never possible for one to have enough books. Without further ado, here is a list of books that have been published this past decade that have left a footprint on my heart or have challenged my way of thinking. Sometimes both .
College
  • Eben Donkor
    Published a day ago
    The Most Embarrassing Roommate Moment In College

    The Most Embarrassing Roommate Moment In College

    I'm from Ghana, West Africa. I played tennis there and was a national champion before getting a scholarship to attend college in the USA. So before I arrived at the New Mexico Military Institute (NMMI) in the Fall of 1993, I was in the best shape of my life. At the least, that’s what I thought.
  • Alexis Rose Junge
    Published 4 days ago
    A True Guide to Sorority Life: Written by an Alumni

    A True Guide to Sorority Life: Written by an Alumni

    Is it really like what I see in the movies?
  • Mikkie Mills
    Published 4 days ago
    7 Things You Need to Send Your College Student Off With

    7 Things You Need to Send Your College Student Off With

    Setting off to college is one of the most exciting experiences of your child’s life. For you, this may be a time wrought with emotion, as your baby is stepping out of the nest out into the world. Regardless of what you are feeling, you will want to ensure that they are sufficiently prepared for their next chapter. Consider these seven items that you may never have previously thought of that can equip them for just about anything.
Courses
  • Cassandra Masopeh
    Published about 17 hours ago
    Is there systemic Racism in Education?

    Is there systemic Racism in Education?

    Two words. George Floyd. A name of a black life needlessly killed because of the colour of his skin. The world is ablaze with anger and pain at the sheer brutality of his death in the United States of America. Demonstrations are taking place all over the world . This time it is different. This time the blood of this one black man has spoken and is speaking loudly. “I can’t breathe”. His death has brought racism to the forefront of all our minds. For some of us it is a painful reminder of incidents where we have been victims of it. For some of us it will be a wake up call. An uncomfortable and undeniable truth that racism still operates in every aspect of our society. It’s in Finance. Its in Sports. It’s even in Government and finally where it all began , in Education.
  • Natasha Christou
    Published 3 days ago
    Reassessment in Lockdown: Where Does Your Future Lie?

    Reassessment in Lockdown: Where Does Your Future Lie?

    The targets and resolutions that were discussed on New Year’s Eve for the 12 months ahead have possibly been put on the backburner or completely shelved.
  • Chris Evans
    Published 9 days ago
    When Should You Take Computer Graphics Assignment Help?

    When Should You Take Computer Graphics Assignment Help?

    Computer graphics is an essential area of computer science. It is an effective way that provides an interface between the computer and the user. In computer graphics, information and data can be represented in different ways such as graphics, diagrams, pi-charts, charts, pictures, and more. You may have seen them on some digital sources or watched animated movies. It allows students to express the information in a pictorial form that the readers can easily understand.
Degree
  • Thomas l Hammond Jr
    Published 3 days ago
    2020 The Pandemic Shutdown Class

    2020 The Pandemic Shutdown Class

    I never new my last college experience would be one for the history books. I am legally blind and had struggled my first college experience and finished with a certificate. The fact that I was legally blind rendered me from getting employment for over 7 years,then I was doing a temporary job in the field I had a certificate in H VAC/R doing duct work. The employer I worked for found out I was a registered Technician and ask me why don t you go get your needed credentials for the field ? so I decided to check in to it and found out I could possibly get an Associates in Applied Science with H VAC/R as my program. I struggled the first semester with my eye and magnifications. Well then one of my instructors realized I could not see as well as most ,so he decided to help me with extra lighting and it helped not only with my seeing but my enthusiasm and confidence.I really wanted this so I could open a business in that field. I had barely passed all my classes and we had a break in between semesters. I went back for the rest of what I needed to graduate and was doing OK except for the math and psychology. I was really worried then all of a sudden out of no where the COVID 19 Virus hit and then the shutdown of all the colleges. I was in shock when I found out what now I can not go back then we were able to log in and do the courses on line . The online schedule for the classes was we had more than 3 weeks to catch up on man was that a shock. 5 full time classes on line and over 10 test and 50 assignments to do,I really panicked. I was not going to get my degree then I talked to the director of my program and instructors who talked to the dean. I was so uptight and praying about it then a miracle happened,I was contacted and they said they had adjusted my degree program and it was accepted and I would be receiving my degree. I was so excited and thanking all who were involved and God for the miracle and so I am a graduate of 2020 the class of the Pandemic Shutdown.
  • VishwaPatel
    Published 10 days ago
    INIFD Rajkot - Learn Fashion Designing & Interior Designing Course

    INIFD Rajkot - Learn Fashion Designing & Interior Designing Course

    Are you searching for best fashion designing Institute in Rajkot?
  • Zoe E. Carbajales
    Published 14 days ago
    New Beginning

    New Beginning

    In 2016 I decided to go to college. It was something I hadn't accomplished yet and I wanted to do it but life kind of got in the way. So I moved to Florida with my kids and saw a commercial for Full Sail University. Yeah, there were other colleges I could have attended but Full Sail University offered online classes and that's what appealed to me. I'm Bipolar and have ADD, and claustrophobia and agoraphobia so a classroom setting was not ideal to my learning style.
High School
  • Richard Douglas
    Published 10 days ago
    School Days

    School Days

    I wish I'd have been one of those children that excelled at school, or even enjoyed it. As it turned out I was destined to mediocrity.
  • Collin Periatt
    Published 18 days ago
    The New Senioritis

    The New Senioritis

    We are no stranger to the idea of Senioritis, it even has its own definition on urban dictionary. We describe Senioritis as excessive laziness that many high school seniors suffer from. The corona virus has, simply put, amplified our seniors laziness to the maximum.
  • Me vs the World
    Published 19 days ago
    How to SURVIVE and SMASH Yr12?

    How to SURVIVE and SMASH Yr12?

    So you have gotten your GCSE's grades and enrolled at your dream sixth form. You have no clue what to do next.
How To
  • GradRight Inc.
    Published 3 days ago
    How to avoid hidden costs in student loans?

    How to avoid hidden costs in student loans?

    Student loans often come with multiple hidden costs which trouble borrowers over the years. In uncertain times such as these, navigating graduate school applications and a search for loans can get overwhelming. As a result, it's crucial that you make wise and well-informed decisions. This can help you stay aware of, and avoid hidden costs. Here, we’ve put together a list of certain hidden costs that you should keep an eye out for, as you evaluate your loan offers. These include:
  • GradRight Inc.
    Published 3 days ago
    Ever wondered how lenders assess your profile for a student loan?

    Ever wondered how lenders assess your profile for a student loan?

    In simple terms, lenders invest in you, the student, when they fund your higher education. But investment comes with risk. As of March 31, 2019, the number of students able to secure loans fell to 2.5 lakh from 3.34 lakh students four years earlier. Moreover, the percentage of defaults on education loans rose to about 9% from 7% in the same period. (data courtesy CRIF High Mark, IBA).
  • GradRight Inc.
    Published 3 days ago
    Education Loans for Study Abroad: Collateral vs. Non Collateral

    Education Loans for Study Abroad: Collateral vs. Non Collateral

    “To Collateral Or Not To Collateral?” This might literally be the question on your mind if you’re searching for an education loan to fund your graduate studies abroad.
List
  • Claire Amy Handscombe
    Published 11 days ago
    5 Questions to Ask a Language Tutor To Determine If They're The Right One For You

    5 Questions to Ask a Language Tutor To Determine If They're The Right One For You

    If you are going to be investing time and money in regular one-to-one tuition, it’s important that you choose your teacher wisely. After all, you may soon be spending more time with them than you do with some of your closest friends.
  • theyouth123
    Published 12 days ago
    7 Must-Have Features Of The Student Accommodations

    7 Must-Have Features Of The Student Accommodations

    All the students across the globe are about to enjoy their summer breaks and all the student housing landlords, as well as agents, are now going to welcome the new batch of the students who will come back to them in September. A lot of organizations, as well as people, are going into the constructions and making investments into the student accommodation projects because of the wide consumer base. The options available with students include en-suites hared en-suite, on-campus accommodation, private halls of residences, dual occupancy studio, studio, shared apartments, etc.
  • Richa Ahuja
    Published 24 days ago
    Top 5 educational apps for every aspirant preparing for their upcoming exams!

    Top 5 educational apps for every aspirant preparing for their upcoming exams!

    This era of education is all about digital learning and teaching! Mobile phones that were once used only as a source of communication have now turned into online learning platform. Now every educator and learner is empowered with technology that instantly connects them with each other, bringing the power of teaching and learning right into their hand held gadgets.
Product Review
  • Bcoz Eat Matters
    Published 4 days ago
    B’coz Eat Matters – School Lunch Online Ordering System In Canada

    B’coz Eat Matters – School Lunch Online Ordering System In Canada

    J.R.R. Tolkien once said-“If more of us valued food and cheer and song above hoarded gold, it would be a merrier world’’. Thinking on similar lines the idea of Bcoz eat matters was conceptualized and brought to reality. Bcoz Eat matters is a digital platform created to provide fortifying food in places like schools and old age homes where the quality of food has always been a topic of criticism. We aim to become a media for rendering high-quality lunches and meals to these institutions as well as social events. Our business model is different than regular corporate houses where the company takes all the goodies.
  • Libby Howells
    Published about a month ago
    Best Online Study Tools You Should Know About

    Best Online Study Tools You Should Know About

    One would think the internet isn't conducive to learning, but there are thousands of websites out there explicitly designed to learn new skills, navigate daily life, and research tools to help students study for exams. We are committed to being your new best research-buddy, we'll shine the spotlight here. If it's time management, interactive flashcards, self-made quizzes, study games or other instructional resources, these websites and apps can help students of any age get ready for upcoming exams, all for the low, completely free price. Students in high school studying in an online classroom should have comparative tools to help them excel in their studies. With the world at their disposal, the online research resources they can use are really no limits. You can also get competent online class help from various services offering them to you at cheap prices.
  • Natalia Jane
    Published about a month ago
    Why Learning Management System can Helpful for E-Learning & Training Process

    Why Learning Management System can Helpful for E-Learning & Training Process

    An LMS is a software or web-based app that provides eLearning for institutions and training processes to meet their beneficiaries with content and educational resources. It’s the most innovative way for tutors to enhance their skills to create and deliver innovative content for students.
Student
  • Craig Middleton
    Published a day ago
    4 Reasons Why Online Schooling is Worthwhile

    4 Reasons Why Online Schooling is Worthwhile

    As a result of the pandemic in 2020, people worldwide have had their daily schedules dramatically altered. Much of the world has had to adjust to working from home, and students from elementary school to university have had to continue their studies online. However, while this is a major shake-up, the concept of attending online schools should not be interpreted as a loss. In fact, in many regards, taking online courses can be seen as more beneficial and fulfilling than attending classes in person. Whether your schedule was disrupted by the pandemic or you were interested in online classes regardless, receiving a degree online is a viable option. This article will go over a few reasons as to how online schooling can make your life easier, as well as why, in some cases, online classes can be superior to on-campus classes.
  • Bryana Langford
    Published 3 days ago
    Why the Junior (2021) Class Of High School Was More Screwed Over by the CoronaVirus Than the Senior (2020) Class

    Why the Junior (2021) Class Of High School Was More Screwed Over by the CoronaVirus Than the Senior (2020) Class

    This is a somewhat bias analysis of the end of this school year, as I am currently a junior in high school. While I understand that the senior class missed out on the promises of senior prom and the liberating walk across the stage to receive their well-deserved diploma; their school year practically ended in March! The juniors were the real pioneers! We had been battling the pressures of school work, college expectations, and the inevitable reality that we have to grow up all school year!
  • Vishal Soni
    Published 3 days ago
    State of mind when you pass your High school and about to get admitted to University/College.

    State of mind when you pass your High school and about to get admitted to University/College.

    Everybody dreams of success, whether he is a businessman, an author, or a student who is about to pass his high school and prepare to enter his dream University or College and that too in his dream department.
Teacher
  • Mayola Mike
    Published 3 days ago
    Forgotten, Remembered
  • Brenda Mahler
    Published 5 days ago
    Once Upon a Time, I Publicly Proclaimed Teaching to be the Ideal Job, But . . .

    Once Upon a Time, I Publicly Proclaimed Teaching to be the Ideal Job, But . . .

    I watch the national news to observe events unfold in other places feeling safely cocooned living in our small isolated town, Kuna, Idaho. However, the violence in the news is beginning to impact my life, the life of my children, and my community.
  • AV
    Published 7 days ago
    Why I chose to become an online tutor and why you should too

    Why I chose to become an online tutor and why you should too

    During my A-levels, I had a AS Maths module that I was greatly struggling with. After a dispassionate attempt in my mock set a month before my real exam, I achieved a whopping 3/72 (That's a U grade, Unmarkable, if you're wondering) which I completely deserved since I had understood virtually nothing all year. I've always been excellent at Maths, but the teacher I had just didn't click with me and I consider myself a hard-working individual but for the first time, I was stumped. Something had to change, and fast.
Trade School
  • Sabs L
    Published 8 months ago
    Becoming a Hairdresser

    Becoming a Hairdresser

    One sick day home from high school I sat on my iPod and watched all 72 videos of Cute Girls Hairstyles on YouTube. I watched braid after braid video completely fascinated with how beautiful hair could look. This was a start of two very strong passions; hair and spending countless hours diving deep into YouTube, and I will report, neither has changed.
  • Anita Powell
    Published 9 months ago
    No Shame in Going to a Trade School

    No Shame in Going to a Trade School

    For some kids, the stress of whether to go to college is a pressure cooker waiting to explode, especially if they do not want to go. College is not for every kid, but parents often put their ambitions for their children on them. We are well aware of the extent some parents go to to get their kids into a university. Is college for the kid or for the parents? There was a time when the military was the go-to source of jobs for kids, especially African American kids. Parents looked at the military as a way out of the ghetto, which could eat their kids up and spit them out on the nearest-drug infested corner. That seems to have changed somewhat as military standards have changed. It wasn’t so much that parents didn’t want their kids to enlist; rather, it's more that kids weren’t being accepted so readily.
  • Miranda Jules
    Published 12 months ago
    The Truth About Culinary School

    The Truth About Culinary School

    When I first decided to go to culinary school, it was 2010. I surprised myself in one of my manic phases and did something I may or may not have done in a less impulsive state of mind. I am a second generation Chef, which just means that my dad is also a Chef and has worked in kitchens all of his adult life. My dad did not go to culinary school, but rather, he worked his way through the ranks of kitchens like a true old-school culinarian. If I had to do it all over again, that might have been my choice as well.