What is an Instagram Challenge? An Instagram Challenge is when a group of people commit to daily posts on Instagram for a specific period of time (usually 1 month). You receive a daily prompt to inspire you to… Learn more.
Retinitis pigmentosa is a disease in the eyes, which causes low vision in the eyes and sometimes blindness in the eyes. This disease is usually inherited from a person's parents. Retinitis Pigmentosa treatment is easy if… Learn more.
Attending classes and regularly reviewing grades is essential for success at the university.Â But it is a job that students should not neglect: the consultation of bibliographical references recommended by teachers.Â… Learn more.
When it comes to higher education in prison, much of theÂ mediaÂ andÂ advocacyÂ focus is on trying to get Congress toÂ lift a longstanding banÂ on giving Pell Grants to people serving time. While aÂ bipartisan effor… Learn more.
The joke is known.Â Reacting to a poll in theÂ London Sunday TimesÂ in 1973 that Americans are more afraid of public speaking than death, comedianÂ Jerry SeinfeldÂ said that if people were to attend a funeral, they wou… Learn more.
Monday nightâ€™sÂ ABC Four CornersÂ program alleged several universities were admitting international students without the English-language skills needed to successfully complete their courses, effectively setting them… Learn more.
Iâ€™ve been blogging since June 2010 â€“ nearly nine years as I write this post. I started the blog, in part, because I wanted an online resource I could send to students. Iâ€™d been working as a research educator fo… Learn more.
Despite the accumulation of data on the place of emotions and feelings in learning, many actors in the education system still consider that affects have no place in school.Â A standard remains strong in France: teachers … Learn more.
It is increasingly common in this society or, at least, in this country, to divide the intellectuals - and their students - into two great branches of knowledge: letters and sciences, as if the former were not scientif… Learn more.
Since 2000 when theÂ Organization for Economic Co-operation and Development (OECD)Â launched a global academic benchmark for measuring student outcomes by testing 15-year-olds, many global education systems have been i… Learn more.