When you are assigned a class and students arrive, do you view yourself as a teacher, instructor, or educator? Is your role a function, one which completes tasks and responsibilities, or do you aspire to accomplish more with your students? Do you consider the instructional strategies you use now to be transformative in some manner, or would you like to somehow transform the students you teach?
A recent report by several independent researchers concludes that participating in the arts nurtures the development of social, personal and cognitive skills. Programs based on Arts can improve academic achievement and decrease the tendency towards delinquency. It helps youth form positive attitudes about themselves and build self-esteem.
As technology and automation only continue to grow and improve, so does online learning. More and more colleges and universities are offering online courses. In fact, eLearning is anticipated to be a $37.6 billion market by 2020.
Are you thinking about learning a new language? While learning a new language is a time-consuming endeavour, it’s definitely worth it. Learning a new language can help boost your career, expand your mind, and open the door for new travel opportunities.
Tutoring has been an important learning tool for years. If you’ve noticed the need for tutoring and want to fill it, you know you need to drum up customers. While referrals are a great source of leads, that doesn’t help if you don’t have anyone to refer you yet.