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Date registered: August 1, 2012

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  1. Getting to the root of how people learn — May 15, 2013
  2. Effective Teaching Strategies — May 13, 2013
  3. 5 Classroom Management Strategies (Small Mixed Age Groups) — May 13, 2013
  4. Contributor’s Bio: Maria C. — March 4, 2013
  5. Contributor’s Bio: Jennifer G. — March 4, 2013

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May 15

Getting to the root of how people learn

There are a lot of theories revolving around how people learn, and even though psychologists have argued over how we learn for centuries, the VAK theory seems to be widely accepted (at least in part). The VAK theory says that we all learn in three ways; Visually, via Audio or via Kinesthetic. It is widely …

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May 13

Effective Teaching Strategies

With each new youth generation, teachers are constantly faced with developing new, innovative ways to reach their students. The teaching methods of old are almost viewed as prehistoric in relation to the new crop of 21-Century adolescents. At an early, distractible age, today’s school force is a new breed of children that require unprecedented schoolroom …

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May 13

5 Classroom Management Strategies (Small Mixed Age Groups)

Small mixed-aged classes can offer students and teachers many benefits. These types of groupings, typically consisting of students one to three years apart, allow students to cross-reference in their learning. By interacting with others who are developing at other levels students reinforce learned skills and tend to absorb more advanced concepts from older students. Additionally, …

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Mar 04

Contributor’s Bio: Maria C.

I graduated with a degree in English language and Literature and got my master’s degree in the social sciences. I’ve always been passionate about writing and currently work as a freelance writer.

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Mar 04

Contributor’s Bio: Jennifer G.

I studied education and currently work as a tutor for school-age children. I’ve worked as a volunteer in many different international social projects and as a camp counselor every summer. I also try to get involved in as many activities and volunteer organizations as possible in order to make our world a better place. I’m …

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Aug 28

Tutoring resources

Tutoring services aims to provide additional means of learning for students outside the school. Since most students do not absorb every lecture they sit through, they may need additional coaching once they are alone. The good thing is, various sites offer tutoring services for students who are in need of extra mentoring. Basically, the process involves a tutor, usually a qualified professional.

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Aug 28

Student Portals

By definition, a portal is used to describe a browser experience that has an entry point that is intended to be the starting point for any user experience. In other words, a portal is the starting point that makes all types of information available to a particular user by passing through that one point. There are various types of portals on the Web these days. There are job portals that are intended for employees of a particular company.

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Aug 28

Student Guides

students guide

It is almost impossible for a student to be on top of everything he or she does. Academic life is very demanding, and at some point, a student may find him/herself getting lost on all the requirements he or she has to nail. Be it meeting deadlines for academic papers, attending classes regularly, or understanding all the lectures he or she sits through, sometimes, a student will not find it in his or her capacity to fulfill all.

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Aug 03

Online Libraries

Online Libraries

There are reasons why students abhor research. One of them is the inconvenience of physically having to go to libraries just to pore over books. Thankfully, because of the rapid growth of technology, libraries have now gone online. Basically, an online library is a simulation of a physical library. It contains Web versions of books, journals, and other referencing materials. Online libraries greatly help in bringing convenience to students that want to research at the peace and comfort of their homes.

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Contributors Bio

Contributor photo Lona Glenn
Los Angeles
Lona graduated from Los Angeles City College. While being a lecturer in several high school institutions Lona founded an online educational project Tutorsclass.Read more
Contributor photo Maria Castle
Davis, CA
I studied education and currently work as a tutor for school-age children. I've worked as a volunteer in many different international social projects and as a camp counselor every summer.Read more

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