Monthly Archives: January 2010
Between work at school, work you take home, and juggling family responsibilities, it may seem impossible to stay current on what is happening in the education field.
Here you’ll find a collection of resources that can help you cram for tests, understand the main ideas of a work of literature, do your math homework and a whole lot more so your procrastination won’t send your college career down the tubes.
These blogs will give you insights to the art world that can help you refine your craft, inspire you to create new work, or just give you a little something pretty to look at.
Most of these posts are written by teachers themselves and touch on just about every topic you can imagine, including working with students, improving your teaching skills, resources to use in the classroom, going green in school, education reform, and the future of education.
After graduation, you may find yourself in a job market competing against a more experienced workforce. Often, a potential employer's first impression of you is your resume, so you want it to stand out and not blend in. The best resumes don't tell an employer what type of courses you took or grades you made, [...]
Whether you need inspiration to make it through the next college semester or are working on a future best-selling novel, explore these daily rituals you may want to incorporate into your life.
The list below provides everything from job sites just for business students to more general job sites, social networking sites for business students and those in the business community, internships for those wanting to bridge the gap between school and career, and resources for finding a job in the business community.
Unfortunately, not all speakers are a good match for the schools that offer them the chance to come speak. Here are ten commencement speakers who caused quite a stir when it was announced they would be speaking at these schools.
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Flipping Your Online Course with Synchronous SessionsThe flipped classroom concept is a popular one. It usually involves shifting more passive learning activities, such as listening to lectures, out of the face-to-face classroom to an online format. The second half …