Archive for ◊ November, 2010 ◊

Author: megre
• Monday, November 29th, 2010

This growing farm to college movement is supported by 8 regional lead agencies that encompass the nation’s Farm to College Network, which offers coaching and technical help, info services, networking, and support in policy and media and promoting activities. We are here to help start and to keep the programs growing… Read More

Author: megre
• Thursday, November 25th, 2010

Type the phrase “Christian Psychology” into a search website. I just did. Of the 1st ten sites listed, five condemned psychology as “psycho-heresy,” “psychobabble,” or “the most dangerous sort of modernism to ever confront the Church.” The other sites accept psychology as a very important educational discipline, consistent with a Christian worldview, and deserving of… Read More

Author: megre
• Sunday, November 21st, 2010

This is a complicated issue that involves questions of academic access, paradigms for teaching and learning, competition and globalization among schools, the development of new and better online technologies, and the monetary pressures facing further education.

The same networking and computing technology which has revolutionized worldwide commerce, and lots of other aspects of present-day existence, is… Read More

Author: megre
• Wednesday, November 17th, 2010

A list of postgraduate universities is accessible anytime on the web. Additionally, folks from the Ibero – America have one more source of relevant info when hunting for postgraduate universities: the Iberoamerican organization of Postgraduate Colleges, frequently called AUIP.

This is a global non-governmental society, recognized by the UNESCO, whose purpose is the marketing of postgraduate and… Read More

Author: megre
• Saturday, November 13th, 2010

It also debates the parenting strategies, their types and their results if neglected. It also describes the methods to measure the result of the positive parental inclusion. Additionally, it mentions the teacher’s inclusion and the problems faced by the teachers in getting elders concerned in their children’s single-parent inclusion, children’s own attempts to improve their educational levels… Read More

Author: megre
• Tuesday, November 09th, 2010

Outdoor education and environmental education are separate but tightly related areas of study in the field of education. They share some common content and processes, though they’re specific in other crucial ways. Diverse interpretations have appeared in the literature, but their original purposes have changed little since their inceptions. This text will outline the terms… Read More