14 Nov 2019

It is necessary to have formal education and the qualifications that bring about great results. Education can maximize our potential to find better, more satisfying jobs, earn more, and perhaps make our chosen career more successful. "Schooling," however, is just one type of learning. There are many other opportunities throughout your life to further your knowledge and develop the skills...

14 Nov 2019

Students attending the country’s poorest schools are not far from the national average for computer access, a closer look at the statistics on more sophisticated technology, such as Internet access and actual computer usage, reveals that the digital divide is deep and wide…Teachers in majority-minority schools were more likely to cite the following as barriers to the use of computers for...

13 Nov 2019

Education in the 21st century is becoming increasingly important to ensure that students have communication and development skills, use information technology and media, and use life skills to work and live. As a first step, the application of the theory of 21st-century education can be extended to a curriculum framework consisting of compulsory subjects aimed at achieving the skills of ...

13 Nov 2019

At its heart, educational innovation simply means preparing the students of today for the world of tomorrow. This is important to remember as a foreign language teacher, as well as a first-language educator. And chances are the world that your students will inhabit tomorrow probably does not involve a classroom. Or textbooks. Or even an interactive whiteboard. “Interaction is possible wi...

12 Nov 2019

Before 1999, the secondary school was of five-year duration, highly selective, with assessment centred on high stakes testing. With the Federal Government accepting the Education for All concept and the reforms in secondary education worldwide, Nigerian secondary school is now divided into the junior secondary school lasting three years and the senior secondary school, also of three-year...

12 Nov 2019

Problem-solving is, and should be, a very real part of the curriculum. It presupposes that students can take on some of the responsibility for their own learning and can take personal action to solve problems, resolve conflicts, discuss alternatives, and focus on thinking as a vital element of the curriculum. It provides students with opportunities to use their newly acquired knowledge i...

08 Nov 2019

Task analysis (TA) practice is used across a wide range of human-performed as well as automated skills and tasks in the design and development of procedures, training, and evaluations. Education environments for Virtual Reality (VR) have been shown to be useful objective evaluation methods for testing skills for laparoscopic surgery as well as providing effective means of education in su...

08 Nov 2019

Media multitasking, using two or more media concurrently, prevails among adolescents and emerging adults. The inherent mental habits of media multitasking dividing attention, switching attention, and maintaining multiple trains of thought have significant implications and consequences for students’ academic performance. Youth spend more time with media than any other waking activity: an ...

07 Nov 2019

From teachers’ classroom quizzes, mid-term, or final exams to nationally and internationally-administered standardized tests, assessments of students’ knowledge and skills have become a ubiquitous part of the educational landscape. Educators assess students to learn about what they know and can do, but assessments do not offer a direct pipeline into a student’s mind. Assessing educationa...

07 Nov 2019

The benefits of training and personal development derive from identifying each student's priorities in the sense of higher education. One way companies increase their competitive advantage is by using creative techniques that improve the performance of humans. Human performance can be improved or limited by situational factors that are incorporated into the work environment of the compan...