Archive | July, 2016

Efficient Wireless Internet Improves International Communication

With international calling plans still as expensive as ever, a huge majority of the population relies on fast and reliable internet connections in order to stay in contact with people around the world. For business purposes and personal relations alike, the world has become a much smaller place than it used to be, and wireless […]

Red Cross CNA Teaching

  The Red Cross provides cna training that supports those who want to become certified nursing assistants. There are so many of such training centers operated through CNA teaching facilities within the Red Cross and these are available in almost every state. These training centers offer training courses of maximum standards. You can benefit from […]

Facilitation Versus Teaching

If we can recognize how the 21st Century function of training is shifting from ‘teaching’ to ‘facilitating’ then we will also realize that when facilitating a training program, it’s less about us and our content, and more about our participants and their learning needs.  Facilitation, therefore, speaks to a ‘learner-centered’ approach to conducting a training […]

Teaching Black and White

In the young adult novel Black and White by Volponi (2005), best friends Marcus and Eddie are high school seniors and stars of their basketball team. Marcus is African American and Eddie is Caucasian. With imminent college scholarships, it seems the NBA is a lock for “Black” and “White,” as the kids in school call […]

Volunteer abroad teaching

A teacher is a person who facilitates education or provides schooling for students. The science of teaching is pedagogy, whereby teachers get professional qualifications for teaching. When you volunteer abroad as a teacher, many organizations provide you with TEFL (teaching English as a foreign language) certification. This involves 120 hours of learning on how to […]

Online Career, Online IT Education in India – Degrees

In areas such as higher education the role of our markets and labour laws, Indian politicians and voters alike have held some specific and stubborn beliefs. This has created a deadlock on arguably the most critical issues by affecting our ability to balance fairness and competition meritocracy and egalitarianism, and the included versus the excluded […]

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