Posts Tagged ‘education

U.S. college tuition and fees have increased 1,120 percent since records began in 1978. Maybe American students should consider colleges outside our borders. Some schools are breaking the tuition trend and allowing students to attend for free, but how do they make up for all of that money? Finding tuition free colleges is far easier […]

Reflective learning involves assessing what one does in the classroom, thinking about why one has to do it and then thinking about if it really works or not. This whole process is focused towards self-assessment and evaluation. Through collecting data on issues that affect learning in a classroom, analyzing and evaluating that data, one is […]

When you are a student all that work and effort can seem overwhelming. You have a bunch of teachers and classes all demanding your time and attention. However there are a few ways that you can simplify your life and bring your grades up without having to do more work. Monkey See, Monkey Do – […]

In the last few years the economic caused many Americans to lose their jobs. But a bigger problem may lie ahead: the education crisis.

“Many employers cannot find qualified Americans to fill their job openings,” cites this well-researched though somewhat depressing infographic. Many careers require at least a high school education. However, more than 25% of American students drop out before they graduate.

The dropouts are only part of the problem. Many stay in school but don’t seem to be learning anything, judging from slipping Math and Science aptitude scores, and even poor basic reading skills. In fact, 70% of eighth graders are reading below their age level.

The infographic also presents some clues on why this problem is happening, from the percentage of students versus teachers.

The following article is by Lauren Bailey, a freelance writer and blog junkie, who blogs about online learning. She especially loves hearing back from her readers. Questions or comments can be sent to: blauren99 @gmail.com. I don’t know about you, but if you’ve ever attended a traditional, brick-and-mortar institution of higher education, you may have noticed the almost […]

Acquiring knowledge doesn’t have to end once you’ve graduated from school, nor does it have to end after you’ve completed your latest online course. In fact, learning and acquiring knowledge goes on whether you realize it or not. The trick, then, is to harness that constant knowledge stream and use it to, in the words […]


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There are so much going on in the area of e-Learning and schooX is always in the front line trying not only to provide a great experience for its members but also to inform everyone about the latest trends in Online Education.

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