In our world today, when families seem to be spending so much time on daily routines lost in the day to day grind, it can help a lot to introduce your children to online tutorials. Many studies show that online tutoring has a lot of benefits, and this article will enumerate some of them for you.
Tthe advantage of online tutoring comes in since it provides all the advantages of one to one tuition, yet at a significantly reduced cost to the student.
Imagine a classroom where students “like” a Facebook group dedicated to microbiology, live-tweet their laboratory discoveries, post a step-by-step instruction video of their research project on YouTube and publish their results on a school blog. When it comes to meshing social media and education, the possibilities are endless.
I’m sure that you have been in this situation before: you’re doing some last minute studying for midterms, finals, or APs and you’re in your studying zone – music on, brain juices flowing – when your parents break down the door and tell you to “turn off that racket!”
Teachade just announced today that they’ve partnered with NEA Member Benefits (NEA MB) to provide you with information for your life in, as well as out of, the classroom. Open to all TeachAde members, these Groups, blogs and special resources will help you with Professional Development, Money Management, Health and Wellness and more.
This article addresses a question I am often asked by students and their parents. The answer (“both”) is simple, but deceptively so.
The NEA’s Member Benefits Corporation (NEA MB) has announced a new partnership with TeachAde that will provide the NEA’s 3.2 million members access to the nation’s leading online collaborative community designed by educators for educators.
Text and transcript of the upcoming Obama school Education speech text transcript released today.
A while ago TutorMatch registered to support National Environmental Education (EE) Week, and the date for EE Week to begin is now rapidly approaching!
States are making little or no progress in providing affordable college opportunities or improving college completion rates for their residents, says a report released today by the National Center for Public Policy and Higher Education. The findings come as states face massive budget shortfalls that threaten higher-education funding, and the U.S. continues to lag behind other advanced nations on measures of higher-education performance.