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Question Bank As a Reform in Higher Education

Question bank in Indian universities Question bank is a collection of questions produced by universities and examining boards in different subjects over the years. Examiners can select questions from these question banks for setting up question papers. They contain questions to examine students both in internal as well as external ...

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Modern Education

In the 21st century, the proliferation, inculcation and development of knowledge are at the core of modern life. This means that education is fundamentally important and lies at the center of any society's progress. The improvement of the process and methods involved in it would also have a significant trickle-down ...

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Drafting College Athletes – College Sports Enthusiasts

ROLL OF THE DICE When people go to Vegas, they know the odds are against them and there is little likelihood of beating the house. But, in professional sports, delusions of outsmarting the system run rampant. Billionaire owners bet millions on the hope that teenagers and twenty-somethings will pay huge ...

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Online Education – Education In Vogue

Time management is the key to success in today’s fast paced world. How one manages his or her time determines the success quotient and this is the reason why online education id gaining immense popularity. Since online education offers unmatched flexibility and the students and learners can manage time in ...

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Real Estate Investing, College Housing Properties

Are you completely new to or just getting your feet wet with real estate investing? I’m a Realtor, my friends and I watch HGTV. Let me tell you, there are so many ways to invest in real estate. I think many would-be real estate investors watch shows on house flipping ...

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Starting School – What Age Should Children Begin School?

"What age should my child start school?" This is a common question that concerns many parents. It is complicated if your child's birthday happens to fall near a closing date for new school enrolments. There are many factors to consider including: a child's gender, his or her general readiness and ...

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Technology and Disabled Students

In our current tier of ever-advancing technological society, of course our students are also affected but the steady climb of what becomes considered common, everyday technology. Often, disabled students are in the same class despite their various abilities or abilities to completely comprehend the material being taught. Therefore, they are ...

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Bureaucracy in Education

Last night, while attending a high school graduation, I saw something that must clearly exemplify one of the major problems in public education. An administrator followed protocol with no adaptation for individual settings. This mantra is precisely why our public education system is struggling so hard to meet the needs ...

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The Advantages of Information-Processing Cognitive Approach

The advantages of information-processing cognitive approach can be summarized as follows: The emphasis of the syllabuses is on process, not on product. The shift from product to process brings a series of changes in language learning. The learner is more autonomous, takes more initiative, and develops cognitive abilities and the ...

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Education in Jamaica

Recently Education Minister Andrew Holness has made the news on many occasions whether it be grading primary school principals or expressing what he really thinks about the GSAT examination. Andrew Holness has not been forceful in his capacity and also has not led in the right areas as the Minister ...

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