Category: Education

Student Motivation: What Is Wrong With Education!

Working as an educator for the past 30 years, as a teacher, counselor and school psychologist a major interest of mine has always been student motivation. I have had the opportunity to have worked with students from the pre-Kindergarten to twelfth grade level in school systems in Rhode Island, Massachusetts and Connecticut. I have been

Insurance Continuing Education Requirements

Are you a professional in the Insurance sector? If so you sure should be enjoying rather loving to keep yourself upgraded with the latest requirements and insurance schemes that are frequently incorporated in all life insurance companies. If you're from California, then the California insurance continuing educating is something that could help you stay abreast

Where We'd Be Today Without Education

Education is one of the most important things we can give our children today. Without education we would not have some of the greatest technology nor have some medical mysteries solved. People who have continued their education into college have earned more money than those with just high school diplomas. They educate them and those

Tips For Sending Your Child to Kindergarten

Sending your child to kindergarten for the first time can be a scary thing for both of you. Even though you started preparing for this day way in advance the closer it gets the more nervous you become. Sending your child to school for the first time means dealing with separation anxiety but there are

Why You Can’t Use A Calculator On The ASVAB

If you are a high school or post high school student interested in joining the United States Military, you will first have to take the military version of an entrance exam. The Armed Services Vocational Aptitude Battery, also known as the ASVAB. This exam will test your math skills among other topics. The kicker, you

Top Three Ways To Communicate With Your Child

Although many parents become frustrated as they try to maintain an open line of communication between themselves and their children, regardless of age, there are three quite simple ways to attempt to achieve this goal effectively. 1 Talk to your kids. Every day. More than once a day. Every morning before school. Every afternoon after

Family – The Key to Unlocking Student Success

A growing number of studies have documented the impact of parenting and family factors on a variety of educational issues that impact the lives of teenagers. Factors such as greater parent involvement, more parent support, less harsh discipline, and less hostility between parents and teens all have been associated with higher grade point average and

The Elemental Philosophy of Montessori Pre-School Education

In Montessori education, students are active participants in their own learning. Young students experience and discover the specially created Montessori learning materials at their own pace; growing in self-esteem and cultivating their own desire to learn as they become autonomous learners. Let's explore the four Major Montessori curricular areas and take a look at three

Necessity of Online Education for Older Women

The system of linking students, teachers and learning resources when they are not in the same location is called "distance learning". Earlier, distance learning made effective use of communication technologies like the postal service, and then television programs. However, a huge shift occurred after the advent of the Internet and "online education" was born. This