Learning Methods and Theories
How to Improve Typing Speed?
By: Nancy Higgins | Apr 26, 2013
If you thought that the typing lessons in school were a waste of time, think again. It is, in fact, one of the most basic career skills that you will require as long as you hold a job. Irrespective of the profession you are in, chances are that you will be typing out a whole lot in the form of emails, documentations, presentations, IM communication, and what not throughout your career. And for so
Passing the SAT – Why Grammar is Important
By: Tim Roberts | Apr 10, 2013
If you are currently studying to take the college entrance exam, specifically the SAT, then you will already know that your grammar, spelling, and punctuation are extremely important. These are some of the most common errors that you may need to identify.
Deductive Teaching or Inductive Teaching; Which is Better ?
By: Fred Fernsler | Nov 23, 2012
Each mode of teaching has value in achieving specific purposes. The teacher may develop a preference for one type of mode of teaching, but the competent teacher must be skillful in using more that a single mode appropriately. There are many mode of teaching, and many learning styles. The two in this report are probably the most widely used and most argued. Using them together instead of asking whi
Seriously, Math Is Fun Mother!
By: Janet Marksen | May 25, 2012
Do you have a little one that utters phrases like: "Wow, math is fun Mom"? If you do, you are without a doubt a very fortunate parent but your little one is even more fortunate.
How to Choose a Great Truck Driving School
By: Roger Seth | May 25, 2012
If you're considering learning how to drive a truck, you are embarking upon a journey that can at times be frustrating but will eventually lead to a greatly increased number of employment opportunities.
Management Courses: Creates future leaders in business world
By: Mukul Rana | Apr 26, 2012
Management courses are numerous in number. There are different types of these courses out there. All of them are to serve different purposes and to meet the requirements of the students from various surroundings, even of those who are not from business careers.