Most recently published stories in Education.
It was a sultry, oppressive evening. For the boys, it was a time for open-neck, short-sleeve shirts. For the girls, it was a case of the skimpier the better, subject to individual concepts of modesty. It could have been a particularly intemperate part of Southern Europe or Greece or anywhere in the world where air-conditioning was de rigueur, rather than a luxury. It was the South coast of England, Brighton, in August.
The Ivory-billed Woodpecker has flown. Lord to God I wish it was not true, but now I have to tell his story. After all, he left me $20,000. And a stamp collection, a Boy Scout Handbook from the 1930s, a metal-encased pocket bible from WWII, and a little black book that looks its age -- eighty years, if it was eighteen years younger than he.
Strange Mr. Keller
Strange Mr. Keller By Tanya Curran I had a teacher named Mr. Keller for Science in High School. He was a middle-aged man in his late 40’s. He was a stupendous, little man with slightly grey hair, he was balding, and wore glasses. He had a hardy laugh, and great vigor for teaching the subject of science. He was also a bit quirky at times. He would wear a pocket protector full of pens in his shirt and line them of according to height with a little black notebook tucked snuggly behind the pens, and he snorted whenever he laughed. He was not much in the way of fashion, but had a very studious air about him. He would always go out of his way to help you understand anything you had a problem with in his class. He was a very kind man. He started acting surprisingly suspicious though in the latter part of the year. He would pop up out of nowhere. It was like one minute he was there, and the next nowhere to be found. A few occasions I caught him walking out of the janitor’s maintenance closet. “Why would he be in there?”, I wondered.
Jade's Journey to Share Her Story
Her mind is racing a light year a minute now. “What is time again? Isn’t it just relative after all?” Jade asks and closes her eyes to invite more vivid memories to come back.
Exciting branches of Environmental Biotechnology
Nothing is left unaffected. The entire Globe has witnessed significant improvement in the lifestyle and how things used to happen. Simultaneously, the negative aspects for the environment in consequence of increased pollution and human activity must not be neglected actually to perform the Cost-benefit Analysis. Comes the Environmental Biotechnology in response to voices raised for the protection and maintenance of a healthy environment. The subject primarily is an extension of science which uses living organisms innovatively to craft out creative solutions for environmental problems the world is facing.
5 Significant Ways for Parents to Help with Children's Learning and Development
Parents are always under pressure to see their children perform well with their studies amid everything they are going through. You may try to focus only on your child's school curriculum, but that's not sufficient. It is very paramount to focus on their overall learning and development as well. It would not only enhance your child's overall growth but help with their studies as well.
Pursue Your Higher Degrees Through Distance Learning From The Best University in India- NMIMS
Pursuing degrees through distance learning has become a common endeavor among the aspirants. It is one of the best alternatives and distance education universities have been providing this opportunity to ease academic struggles. Students who are wishing to obtain higher education, diploma, and master's degrees are mostly opting for Distance Education India. It is because distance learning allows one to balance their academic life and professional life at the same time. In fact, it is further helpful for those who live in remote areas and their place doesn't have renowned universities. In this case, completing a master's degree from distance education universities is the only way while staying in distant places.
Goodbye to Cadavers? The Future of Medical Education
COVID-19 has made a significant impact in the medical education community. Just recently, the USMLE announced the permanent suspension of its Step 2 Clinical Skills (CS) exam, one of the licensing exams medical students must take to graduate with an M.D., due mainly to COVID. Medical schools across the country have been forced to adapt their teaching methods and quickly transition to a more virtual curriculum in line with pandemic regulations like social distancing.
My Top 7 Books About Writing
I grew up learning how to write in grade school and high school. But the way they taught us to write, didn’t make any sense to me. We were taught to write relying on The Gospel According to the MLA Handbook. This was the way to write research papers and the way our college professors would want us to write papers. It wasn’t until I got to college until I learned just how wrong those words were.
Abstract vs. Introduction
Two essential components of any research paper are the abstract and introduction. However, when you are writing these pieces, it can be difficult to decipher how these sections differ.
Hair thrown in a messy bun to disguise the shine of grease, Ms. Sato shuffled into her classroom. Dumping her backpack, binders and cloth grocery bag she exhaled, exhausted. If energy had existed within her body, she would have laughed at the overwhelming feeling of exasperation and isolation.
Excellence In Education As A National Priority
Learning is a complex process. We learn by building on past experiences; by trial and error; by starting with simple tasks and combining them over time to accomplish more complex tasks; and, by gaining insight and understanding of the relationship between various parts of a problem. Research demonstrates that for teaching to be effective, a learner must be able to create meaningful relevant patterns. The process of learning must be maintained within a context of appropriate and challenging standards.