Reference & Education

Booming Multimedia Arts Careers in the Philippines

By: Janet Miranda | May 20, 2014 With commercialization becoming a worldwide trend, the Philippines is not left behind in joining the multimedia rush. Nowadays, many companies in the country pay employees who are knowledgeable in the use of various media platforms.

Mentally Challenged Schools: Educating Students to Stay Positive and Energetic

By: Janvi Ahuja | May 8, 2014 Mentally challenged schools focus on making children strong. They instill confidence by conducting different types of training programs.

Best Ways To Deal With Time In An Aptitude Test

By: Ankita Goel | Mar 24, 2014 These tips should be adequate to allow you do successful time management in tests like an aptitude test. Nevertheless, each personality is blessed with diverse persona which can be banked upon to attain good results and finish your test on time. You can learn and apply your own strategies to do time management and became visible with flying colors.

School for Blind Children: Equal Opportunities and Better Chances

By: Janvi Ahuja | Mar 12, 2014 Blind children are no different from other children. The physical inability shall not be taken as an excuse to judge their ability. We cannot afford to make such an ill-decision after all the development and progress made as a human race.

Positive Effects of Music On A Child's Learning Abilties

By: Jessie Teh | Mar 7, 2014 A study conducted in 1993 revealed that students who listened to Mozart’s Sonata in D major immediately before testing showed an improvement in tests of abstract spatial reasoning and intelligence. The Mozart Effect became popular after this study was published. An entire line of products for young children was developed for the sole purpose of increasing a child’s intelligence by listening to

Choosing Toys for Autistic Children

By: Janvi Ahuja | Mar 6, 2014 Toys delight all children irrespective of their age and nature, and autistic children are no different. Kids learn and pickup something from everything around them, and they spend a significant time playing. Thus, the choice of play things that you make for your child has a considerable effect on him.

Yoga for Children with Disabilities

By: Janvi Ahuja | Mar 1, 2014 The science of Yoga has been known to aid certain diseases. Though, yet to be claimed by researches, there are clear indications that it sanctifies our mind and heals our body.

What is the importance of Good Grades in your Exam Results?

By: Atul Mittal | Nov 12, 2013 I think we all know the importance of good grades in our result sheet. Still, some people say that grades are not as important as knowledge. I agree with them, but we still cannot completely underestimate the importance of grades. I mean to say that good marks are still necessary if you want to leave the school or college with a good impression.

Create and Share Great Cornell Notes

By: Kain Black | Nov 11, 2013 Huge pressure of vast syllabus and cutthroat competition has made the life of students’ hell. Every parent is worried about their children’s study and rank. Here are some tips for taking cornell notes to make your learning process simpler and effective.

Being Prepared For Any Emergency

By: Jared Ingram | Oct 28, 2013 Whether at home, work or socializing with friends, emergencies can and do happen. Many of which occur when least expected. Being prepared for any emergency can save lives as well as returning home to loved ones safely.
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