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As part of our continuing effort to enhance the capabilities of e-Skool, a new Ticketing module was launched that enhances the collaboration between students, parents, and the school. Students and parents can submit tickets, or messages, to the school. These … Continue reading
In the virtual world, the definition of a student-teacher relationship is blurred, particularly on social networks like Facebook and MySpace, where adults and teens share the same forums to connect and keep in touch with friends, classmates, relatives, and co-workers. … Continue reading
8 hours for sleep, 8 hours for one’s vocation, 4 hours for recreation and health, 2 hours for study and preparation, 2 hours for extra service for the benefits of others, without pay = 24 hours
1. Get fit: If you haven’t already incorporated a good exercise routine into your weekly schedule, you should resolve to exercise at least 3 times/week. 2. Move up: What will it take for you to get a raise, a promotion or a … Continue reading
These talks from TED Talks Education, offer insights, concerns, and inspiration while discussing today’s educational practices and shortcomings, from a variety of perspectives. Ken Robinson: Changing education paradigms Sugata Mitra: The child-driven education Conrad Wolfram: Teaching kids real math with computers … Continue reading
As a child, Oseola would come home from elementary school and iron clothes. She dropped out of sixth grade to care up her work as a washerwoman. She never returned to school. She was taught to save money by her … Continue reading
They are continually learning. They are service oriented. They radiate positive energy. They believe in other people. They lead balanced lives. They see life as an adventure. They are synergistic. They exercise for self renewal. These traits not only characterize … Continue reading
The poor spend what they have and invest what’s left. The rich invest what they have and spend what’s left. It is vitally important for kids to have a financial plan for their future to ensure they are comfortable. Jim … Continue reading
With deep appreciation for the positive difference teachers are making in students’ life, we would like to share with you “The Teddy Stallard Story”, click here to watch it on YouTube.
Studies have proved that students retain: 20% of what they hear. 20% of what they see. 50% of what they see and hear!