20 Jan 2020

The term 'education for the 21st Century' acknowledges that we are living through a period of rapid change in an increasingly globalized environment to which educational systems need to adapt, not just through a one-off reform, but ongoing. Innovation and technological advances are constantly changing the ways we communicate, work and live together and education systems that reflect this...

20 Jan 2020

Students who do well in school don’t wait until they’re in the mood to study before they get down to work. Neither do they wait until they feel motivated before they start preparing for an exam. Instead, successful students rely on systems to ensure that they get the work done, even when they don’t feel like it. Work out where you’re falling short You need to work out which areas need ...

17 Jan 2020

Improving education is a huge issue for our society. Test scores, our perceived performance against different nations, and different elements have pushed education to the bleeding edge of national legislative issues, directly behind healthcare reform. Technology can be utilized to improve teaching and learning and help our students be successful. Technology has improved the design of boo...

17 Jan 2020

The skills required for effective teaching involve more than mere academic expertise. You have to be able to interact and help people understand a new way of looking at the world. While there are many different ways to teach effectively, there are several common qualities of good instructors. They should be trained, clear and reasonable standards, have a positive attitude, cooperate with...

16 Jan 2020

Online learning has become popular in education among working professionals and graduates. E-learning not only supports the online learning process but also produces a large amount of data that can be further analyzed to prepare and customize a curriculum for students through technology. Online learner groups see an enormous benefit in the self-sufficiency and versatility provided by the...

16 Jan 2020

In this world today the majority of high school going learners own cellphones. A growing number of learners from rural and urban areas go to school possessing a cellphone for various reasons. While a cellphone can be very useful (e.g. for learning purposes, emergency situations and keeping in contact with parents and friends), they can also have a negative impact on the teaching and lear...

15 Jan 2020

You've learned that STEM, an educational focus on science, technology, engineering, and math, is shifting to STEAM to include the arts. This is an effort that governments, businesses, and educational and tech professionals are gradually bringing on board. STEAM learning is such a hot topic right now, and STEM / STEAM-related occupations are so challenging that the Federal Government has ...

15 Jan 2020

If you haven't been studying regularly, then there is still hope. You might find it helpful, to begin with, a series of basic steps to settle down to studying, begin consolidating your course work and set your sights on a strategy for achieving a specific goal on your exam. The steps are directed at settling you to the task of studying for the exam. They involve selecting key course info...

14 Jan 2020

Every year, the internet abounds with examples of mistakes made in exams. Some of these are very amusing, and many are unique. Most relate to misunderstandings about the meaning of specific words or phrases. Many mistakes in exams, however, are made time after time. These mistakes can be avoided by taking relatively simple steps either at the time or beforehand. Not answering the ...

14 Jan 2020

Were you conscious that the way you study for WAEC, JAMB, NECO differs greatly from the way you prepare for your usual school exam? WAEC, for instance, requires strong tactics for preparation. One of the things you will know when studying for WAEC 2020 is to prepare for long hours without losing concentration and to recall everything you read in the WAEC exam hall. All you need to know ...