October 4, 2015

E-Learning in the Sciences

Teaching science subjects can be difficult depending on the subject such as: Biology, Chemistry, and Physics. Many students both in middle and high school struggle with many of these classes. This could be due to some kids being more hands on, or they need different ways of seeing each … [Read More...]

Learn learn learn

Perhaps Dr. Seuss defines lifelong learning best when he says, “Think and wonder, wonder and think.”   Lifelong learners are people who look at the world around them and wonder: “Why?” “How?” “What if?”     Lifelong learners let their curiosity lead them down … [Read More...]

Best Places to Study Music

For those who are looking to forge a career in music, there are a variety of things that need to be taken into consideration in order to find success. Becoming a professional musician doesn't happen overnight; it takes effort in a variety of different ways. One of the most important things that you … [Read More...]

E-Campuses The Face of the Future

E-Campuses The Face of the Future E-campus education has been on the rise for the last several years and is currently reaching its peak. In the year 2000, about 45,000 students were taking online courses. In 2010, that number drastically increased to around 4 million. Classrooms are being looked … [Read More...]

3 Great Free Online Education Resources

Whether you’re in middle school, high school, college, or otherwise, it’s wise to remember that learning doesn’t end the day you graduate.  Instead, learning is a lifelong endeavor that, whether you like it or not, is happening to you all the time.  But by actively seeking new knowledge, we can … [Read More...]

School’s Out Forever?

Kids should be ecstatic to learn that in the future it may not even be necessary for them wake up at the crack of dawn, drag themselves out of bed, throw themselves in the shower, trudge to the bus stop and ride a smelly, overcrowded bus to a dilapidated school building where other kids will make … [Read More...]

Schools of All Types Look Overseas

Both online and traditional colleges, hit hard by the recession, are increasingly looking to court international students and establish operations overseas. For traditional colleges and universities, international students usually have a greater ability to pay. At a time when tuition costs, … [Read More...]

Specify the Goals of Your College Education

College is all about decisions. You have to decide where to attend school, where to live while at school, what technology to buy for school, and where you are going eat after class is over. Most students enter college with an unassuming innocence and think that things will just fall into place after … [Read More...]

Online College Classes Gaining Traction

With unemployment figures remaining stagnant at 9.1 percent and not showing signs of budging, people are considering alternative approaches to improve their ability to get a job. Education seems to be a major factor in the hiring process and has been sited as a common reason that can make or break a … [Read More...]

The Best Ways to Get Your Hands on Cheap Textbooks

Fortunately for future generations, it seems that overly expensive textbooks are becoming a thing of the past. Scans, PDFs, iPads, Kindles, and just plain kindness are pushing more and more professors to abandon the textbook requirement all together. Yet, for many college students, textbooks still … [Read More...]