The mediocre teacher tells. The good teacher explains. The superior teacher demonstrates. The great teacher inspires. ~William Arthur Ward
Teaching is reminding others that they know just as well as you. You are all learners, doers and teachers. ~Richard Bach
Early Education: Ideas to Promote a Love of Reading with Your Students
If you love young children, and want to pursue a career teaching them, get ready to spend a lot of time helping kids learn to read. Like every task we undertake, learning to read is easier for children who are excited and motivated to accomplish it.
The Pros and Cons of Trade-schools for Today’s Economy
In today’s economy, the dreams of achieving a bachelor’s degree, a long-term career, and financial security are looking more obscure each day. Even those who have held secure jobs for decades are threatened with layoffs, in spite of their hard work and dedication. If you are considering attending a four-year university, you may be wondering if you’ll get a good return on your investment. Many are deciding to attend a trade school for certification instead. But will a trade school be worth the effort and price? It all comes down to personality type and what you want to do in the end. Take a look at these pros and cons to decide which path is right for your education and career.
Degree Wisdom: Five Tips to Get Students Interested When Marketing a New Major
When your school is offering a new major for the first time, there can be some hurdles to overcome to make it a success. Whenever you are introducing something new for the first time, there will be many people who are wary about it. You can follow these five tips to help your school successfully market a new major to potential students.
Whether you’re a high school student considering careers or an adult thinking about switching to another field, healthcare is a great field to pursue. Not only are jobs plentiful now, but demand will continue to grow in the future. If you are wondering if a career in healthcare is right for you, consider these five points carefully.
Four Things Every College Student Needs to Know about Money
College teaches you about your intended career and fascinating sciences in-between, but real life management, especially when it comes to finances, is sorely lacking. Money management is taking command of your spending habits and analyzing what you can and cannot purchase in a set time period based on your total income.
Museum Fun: Best Exhibits for Learning With Kids
There’s no doubt that museums offer educational value in 3-D form as opposed to textbooks and lectures. Yet, mentioning a trip to the museum may get you a look of disappointment akin to suggesting a three-hour drive to Aunt Betty’s house to watch paint dry. The key to making museum trips fun for everyone, and educational to boot, is choosing the right exhibits to look at. How do we do that? For starters, we have to start thinking like kids.
Never Dread a Day of Work: Six Rewarding Careers in The Medical Field
If you have ever considered a career in the medical field, but think that your aspirations are out of reach, there are a variety of health careers you can still explore. Here is an overview of six rewarding careers in the medical field.
Consider these Interesting Engineering Fields for Your College Major
Highly skilled engineers are in demand in the job market, but that is not the only reason to consider studying engineering in college. Engineers get to work on challenging and exciting problems that affect the real world. Below are six particularly interesting engineering specialties.
Improved Education: Ways Preschools are Becoming Better
Choosing a preschool is much different than it was for parents of generations past. It used to be that preschools were glorified baby sitting centers. This is no longer true and has changed in at least five different ways.