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Learning English Through Online Tutoring

The fact that you know some English is not something that you would actually benefit from because of the fact that there are various limitations that can appear as the language is not properly spoken. In many cases we see people that cannot advance in their career because of this. You want to improve your skills but since not much time is available, you may think that there is nothing that can be done. This is incorrect. Online tutoring steps in to help.

You can now take…

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Added by Melissa Burns on December 1, 2015 at 2:52pm — 1 Comment

3 Tips on Teaching Children Web Design

3 Tips on Teaching Children Web Design

The absolute majority of web designers even now, some twenty years after digital technologies became really widespread and ubiquitous, is self-taught. Some have previous design education, some don’t.

Yet ask any artist or another representative or creative profession, and he will tell you that one of the most important things for them is to start as young as…

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Added by Melissa Burns on February 23, 2015 at 8:30am — No Comments

Working adults looking to online universities for new knowledge opportunities

The saying is that people grow wiser as they age, but that doesn’t necessarily mean they have more knowledge. Real life experiences – those which can’t be learned in a classroom setting – are a contributing factor to the wisdom of older adults. This wisdom can play a huge role in the careers of working professionals. However, sometimes more is needed – and that’s where knowledge comes into play, especially at an older age.

It used to be that once people started their careers, they…

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Added by Melissa Burns on February 19, 2015 at 8:30am — No Comments

4 Tips for Starting a Fascinating Education Blog

It would probably be an exaggeration to say that modern teacher must have his or her own blog, but one thing is for sure: no one is surprised any longer if a teacher talks about blogging, and it can do a world of good for the efficiency of your work. But how does one start out? Let’s think about it.

1.      Stick to the Topic

If you expect your blog to have an audience of more than one person, you should make sure you know what you are going to talk about. Each of us has many…

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Added by Melissa Burns on January 23, 2015 at 8:10am — No Comments

Why a Teacher Should Have a Website

Ten or fifteen years ago it was hard to imagine your regular school teacher creating and running his or her own website: it was hard work, requiring a lot of time, effort and specialized knowledge to pull off successfully. And its dividends were questionable at best – there wasn’t all that much a teacher could do with a website. It was a pastime for rare technology enthusiasts.

Not anymore – today creating a website is a simple and quick procedure. But why a teacher should want one?…

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Added by Melissa Burns on December 17, 2014 at 2:10pm — No Comments

Tips on How to use the Social Media for finding a job

Are you currently combing through the jungles of unemployment? Then you might want to take a look at the below infographic. It is a surprisingly useful little graphic that might make you think twice before you post onto social media sites. Big Brother is always watching, you understand, and Big Brother is your new employee, so watch it. …

Use Social Media To Improve Your Job Search

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Added by Melissa Burns on September 14, 2014 at 5:19am — No Comments

Online Tools That Make a College Student’s Life Easier

Nowadays it is difficult to imagine a student who goes through their college without a smartphone, tablet, or at least a computer. Young people practically spend their days with modern technology, but not all of them have realized that their devices can save instead of waste time.

If you try to implement these educational tools in your studying activities, you will not only improve the quality of your learning methods, but will also go through college…

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Added by Melissa Burns on June 6, 2014 at 7:23am — No Comments

10 ways to better focus on what you write

Staying focused while writing academic papers isn’t something that comes easy for students. Academic curriculums become increasingly challenging as the students advance in their education, and professors not only require them to do well on the exams, but to write excellent papers as well.

When you have an academic paper to write, everything seems more interesting than focusing on the topic, contents and referencing rules of your assignment. Working on a computer with Internet…

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Added by Melissa Burns on February 25, 2014 at 9:08am — No Comments

Best Free Online Tutoring Tools

Students, tutors, and teachers are no longer limited to classroom learning. The Internet offers many great options for tutors and teachers to prepare for their lectures and work with students in a non-conventional virtual environment. If you are determined to make progress in your career as a professional tutor or you just want to find a way to help your cousin who lives across the country, you are recommended to experiment with the tools listed below and find the best platform that will…

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Added by Melissa Burns on January 31, 2014 at 6:00am — 1 Comment

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