Dangers of Distracted Parenting
Being a parent is a huge responsibility. Not only you are in charge of your child every day care, but you are also given the monumental task of raising your child to become a decent, happy and healthy human being.
UNICEF: More illiteracy in young people facing instability
Nearly 30 percent of young people between the ages of 15 and 24 in countries affected by conflict and disaster are illiterate, triple the global rate, the UN children's agency said today.
The Importance of English Language Proficiency for College Teaching Assistants
Elaine Hirsch talks about the significance of English language proficiency for College Teaching Assistants. Learning abstruse concepts in a 7:30 AM finance class is a challenging feat in itself; most students would rather not have to wor
The Greatest Minds in History and their Contributions
Dr Sarvepalli Radhakrishnan, the great man whose birthday is celebrated as Teacher's Day in India, said, "The true teachers are those who help us think about ourselves." The greatest min
Vapours of e-cigarette loaded with toxic metals
Smoking is injurious to health, as we all know but people who're struggling with this addiction are trying more and more options. E-cigarettes are one major substitute towards shedding this habit and be a health freak. I
US State Department of Higher Education Offers College credit in Uni
In the session 2016-17, more than 68,000 high school students got enrolled in the Ohio college classes. The students saved a hefty amount of $144 million collectively on the cost of higher education. The Ohio Department of Higher Educati
Smartphone app better at measuring blood flow
A smartphone app using the phone's camera has performed better than traditional physical examination to assess blood flow in patients undergoing coronary angiography, scientists said today.
Indian-American woman to become CFO of US carmaker GM
An Indian American woman, Dhivya Suryadevara has been named the Chief Finance Officer of the US largest automaker, General Motors.
ATTENTION : Apps to keep kids safe online may be counterproductive
Mobile apps designed to keep children safe from online predators may be counterproductive, as they harm the trust between parents and kids, as well as reduce the young one's ability to respond to online
Great Teachers Don't Teach
Teachers are considered to be the embodiment of knowledge. There are different kind of teaching methodology taken by teachers, some teachers teach by playway method, some teachers go for lecture methodol
Managing Student Complaints Professionally and Know How
Students complaints management is THE MOST difficult part of classroom teaching. Knowing how to handle them is an essential skill. Beyond Teaching will answer your doubts if you're not clear how you shou
How teachers are rated in different countries around the world?
A research examining attitudes to teachers around the world reveals that teachers in China earn the greatest respect from people in their country. It was the only country where teachers are considered as important as doc
Technology: A Leading Edge in Teaching
Educational Technology is a way for teachers to deliver content to students by using different tools of modern technology. Technology in teaching is often associated with the terms: LEARNING OR INSTRUCTIONAL TECHNOLOGY.
Beyonce partners with Google for USD 25K HBCU scholarships
Following references to historically black colleges and universities (HBCU) in her explosive Coachella performance, Beyonce had pledged to donate USD 25,000 through her BeyGOOD foundation to four qualified students from
Teaching Coding In Schools Helps Students Be Producers In The Society
Many of the schools nowadays consider computer science to be a core part of the academic curriculum. With this advent of the computer as one of the mainstream subjects has lent importance to the code in various educational institutions. The campai
1,200 IIT, NIT graduates to teach in remote cities of India
To serve the nation on the call of HRD ministry, more than 5,000 highly-qualified persons applied for teaching positions in rural and backward cities.
I want to write a good detective novel: Ruskin Bond
Ever since he came out with his first book at the age of 17, Ruskin Bond has uncountable works to his name, be it short stories, novels, poems and essays and the octogenarian author now wishes to try his hand at somethin
Teachers like Andria Zafirakou are setting example for social reforms
Role of social reformers and human right activists is simply limited to rare places but teachers as a messenger of inner voices are available and accessible everywhere. That's how social evils can be deployed and positiv
American statesman Kissinger to deliver speech on India-US ties
Former top American diplomat and national strategist Henry Kissinger will deliver a rare speech on the US India relationship here next week. Kissinger, 95, would participate in Chairman's
Why Australian Universities Are Wooing Overseas Students From Decades?
Australia has become a hot-selling foreign destination for education among the Indian students. Donât be surprised if every fifth Indian student you speak to, has Australia in his mind as a priority study-destination in abroad. Keeping away t
A Year of Free Tertiary Education to Australian Students in New Zealand Universities
The coming year seems to be a happy one for Australian students studying in New Zealand already. From 2018 onwards, the Australians studying in New Zealand will be entitled to a year of free tertiary education in New Zealand. Under the l
Cooperative Learning: One of the most effective methods of learning
Teachers face numerous challenges in a classroom, always trying to ensure their teaching methods are effective enough. Thereâs one teaching technique to overcome these challenges, which is cooperati
Winnie Mandela: South Africa's "Mother of the Nation" dies at 81
Winnie Madikizela-Mandela's marriage to Nelson Mandela and her anti-apartheid activism ensured many South Africans saw her as "the mother of the nation", but her past was littered with d
Teacher who inspire, David Calle from spain is the one
David Calle was one of the finalist in the top 10 teachers in the world to receive a global teacher prize in 2017. The award is considered as the Nobel prize for teachers. He founded Unicoos a video web
Is k-12 Education reform in the offing?
Ask any educator and they will silently endorse the need for reforms in K-12 education. But to decide on a single best idea for reforming K-12 education, it is first important to discover the biggest problem that the system currently faces.
Nurten Akkus inspiring pre-school Teachers
Nurten AkkuÃ Å¸, a Turkish preschool teacher, has become one of the 10 finalists in the 2018 Global Teacher Prize, often dubbed the Nobel Prize for teaching. This something which can inspire other preschool teachers as well to
Do You Share Your Birthday with Albert Einstein?
Friends, if you are born on March 14, then you are lucky enough to share your birthday with the great physicist Albert Einstein. He was born on the date in 1879.
Girls with autism must be empowered to overcome: UN chief
UN Secretary General Antonio Guterres has joined the global call to empower women and girls with autism and involve them and their advocates in policy and decision-making to address the challenges they f
Amrita Insitute signs MoU with Harvard Medical school
The Amrita Institute of Medical Sciences in Kochi has signed an MoU with the Harvard Medical School to exchange and promote best practices and research in Critical Care, Pain medicine and Anesthesiology. T
The secret to being cool: Try smiling
People often assume that being inexpressive makes them appear more cool, but a study suggests that smiling is considered more appealing than an inexpressive attitude. "We found over and over again that
Fantastic Resources For New Pre-School Teacher (List of Best 22 Options)
Fortunately, the Web has profound resources for teachers. We have sized up hundreds of educational websites to compile this list that contains 22 of the best ones.Â Fantastic Resources For New Pre-School Teacher
Learn Five Technical Skills to Buttress Your Teaching
The use of technology has crept up over the years in education arena and teachers feigning to be good teachers but not tech savvy are actually digging their own grave.
Benefits and Risks of AI
As AI is no longer an unfamiliar word to us, it seems imperative to analyze benefits and risks of AI. Many say the future belongs to AI and soon we will back upon AI to carry out our trivial to important tasks.
Meditation Made My Students Calmer and More Attentive!
Teaching hundreds of students made me realize that the students today can barely find time to breathe fresh air. They are so engrossed in the day to day activities, from classes and exams to social gatherings that they have no time for themselves.
We need Gandhi even after 70 years because
Today marks the 70th anniversary of the assassination of Gandhi, Beyond Teaching is reproducing his thoughts & reforms on the educational system.
Noida MLA for parent-teacher meetings in govt schools
The parents of children studying in government primary and upper primary schools in Noida in Uttar Pradesh have a reason to smile, thanks to the efforts of their MLA Pankaj Singh.
What do we want students to know?
If asked, all educators will tell âof course we know what students are learning, we follow the schedules, the curriculum, and we gave assignments, test, exams, activities, and grades as called forâ.
New age courses in Higher Education
Gen next is supposed to work on their own terms. Trade analysts are figuring that traditional and stereotype courses are fading away and new streams are getting way much popularity. The youth had triggered their motivation to something which can b
PM Modi plants Neem tree at Singapore's Nanyang Technological University
Prime Minister Narendra Modi today planted at Singapore prestigious Nanyang Technological University a fast growing, evergreen Neem tree, a native to India which symbolises the partnerships for a sustain
The significance of teaching critical thinking to students
Imbibing critical thinking skills has become indispensable in 21st century â accrediting bodies, educational institutions, students and employers all agree that students need to develop better critical thinking skills. In the 21st c
Teachers are in the relationship business
Teachers are in the relationship business How long will you take to refute the argument âTeachers are in the relationship businessâ? Perhaps, your instant a
People with congenital heart disease at higher risk of dementia
Adults who were born with heart disease are at a higher risk dementia, according to a study.
Professor wins national award for excellence in teaching by chemical engineering organization
Reginald Rogers recognized for research, academic support for students and commitment to STEM initiatives Reginald Rogers, an assistant professor at Rochester Institute of Technology, bagged the Henry C. McBay Outstanding Teacher Award f
WhatsApp's new feature would warn you of 'dangerous' links
In the wake of ever increasing incidents of fake news being shared through social media, WhatsApp has come up with a new feature to spare users from malicious messages. According to a
Verizon India, Pratham to educate underprivileged children
IT major Verizon India, the subsidiary of Nasdaq-listed Verizon Communications Inc, has partnered with non-profit organisation Pratham Education Foundation to offer its
The Australian Higher Education System
The Australian Higher Education System A better understanding of âThe Australian Higher Education Systemâ certainly helps overseas students pick up courses, colleges and universities of their choice. The Austra
How can a teacher ever be poor?
The other day a spanking new luxury car screeched to a stop in front of my humble abode. A chauffeur in an impeccable white attire hurriedly stepped out to open the rear door. With my
CBSE Paper Leak: A Chain of Re-exam, Meetings, Protests & Demands
The re examination of CBSE Class 12 economics paper will be held on April 25, while the retest for Class 10 mathematics is likely to be conducted in July, Education Secretary Anil Swarup said on Friday.
Meditation For Quality Education
If food is to body, meditation is to mind. Time runs. We short out so many problems in the field of education which are very difficult to coup up. The problem may be of child, teacher, subject, classroom or authority- th
Can Learning Be Both Innovative and Value Based?
A Seminar on the topic "Can learning be both innovative and value based?", was organized at school on 25th June 2012. The aim of this seminar was to focus on the sharing of experiences by the
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