My Experience With Online Education

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Online Education has been around for a several years and has been the target of many skeptics. Many skeptics feel that there is not enough interaction with the teachers and other students to make a virtual campus as educational as a traditional campus. They also feel that the material is not as educational. While this is dying out as a topic on the critics list, because they are being proven wrong, I felt this was pretty interesting. I have attended both types of universities, online ...
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Jul 21 2014


Is An Online Bachelor Degree For You?

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It used to be the case that if you wanted to obtain a bachelor's degree without physically being present at the institution providing the course, you needed to undertake a distant learning course. In most cases, those who graduated with a bachelor's degree obtained from a distant learning course were afforded less respect for their achievements than those who completed their studies on-site. The advent of the Internet, however, has completely changed the sphere of distance learning. Today ...
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Jul 19 2014


Distance Learning - Education for the 21st century

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Chances are you know someone who is working toward a college or post-college degree via the Internet. Perhaps you yourself have attended online classes to continue your education, obtain a certification, or to improve you chances for advancement in your job. More and more people are finding they can earn their degree from an accredited online university which offers the same challenge and quality of a traditional classroom in an environment which allows them to fit education into a life that ...
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Jul 18 2014


Creative Kids Make Intelligent Adults

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Creative Kids Make Intelligent Adults: A Must in the Business World by Alberta S. Johnson http://www.k6artlessonplans.com   Over and over, research shows that kids who receive art lessons while they are young become more imaginative and creative adults. As you may know, creativity is an essential part of intelligence, and is often used as a gauge for measuring IQ. With increasing demands being placed upon schools, teachers, and youth groups to educate our kids in the three R's, education ...
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Jul 17 2014


Kids and Computing

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Computers can do much more than help children with their schoolwork - they allow them to acquire valuable knowledge and skills for their future careers. Buying a great multimedia home PC can kick-start your kids into a great career, and not just in accountancy. The new PC industry is looking for artists, writers, storytellers, publishers, games players and designers - but they need to start early. According to Plato, the most effective kind of education is that a child should play among lovely ...
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Jul 15 2014


Global Economy Creates Need For International Business Pros

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The increasing globalization of business has created a demand for MBA graduates with a specialization in the international management of business. Many institutions, including several accredited universities, offer the opportunity to earn an international MBA online. Online International MBA programs are ideal if you are a working professional who may not have time to attend traditional, on-campus classes, or if you just prefer to have the flexibility to work when and where you want from ...
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Jul 14 2014


Endangered Kids - Is Computing safe for Kids?

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Kids computing is like "electronically sugar-coated 'learning' that may spoil children's appetite for the main course." Encouraging children to "learn" by flitting about in a colorful multimedia world is a recipe for a disorganized and undisciplined mind. Kids should be encouraged to blossom and flower in a free atmosphere. Their development should be in their own capacities. Barry Sanders, Professor at Pitzer college, US says "good readers grow out of good recites and good speakers." Then, as ...
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Jul 13 2014


The Pros and Cons of Online Education

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You're thinking about furthering your career or finally getting your college degree. But with so many educational choices online, how do you know whether it's right for you? Here are some pointers you should consider, before making your decision. There are many perks associated with online study. Unlike traditional learning, distance learning can offer you greater flexibility, as you don't have to waste time- and money- commuting to the campus and you can choose a program that truly suits your ...
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Jul 12 2014


The Internet & Education

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On many a Friday night my daughter and I can be found in front of the computer playing an online game based upon ―Who Wants to Be a Millionaire”. The differences are that all the questions are related to science, we can’t actually win a million dollars, it’s absolutely free, and we are the players. It isn’t unusual for us to spend a couple of hours playing this game. I am always amazed by how much she knows as her age as well as how much I seem to have forgotten at mine. Many ...
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Jul 11 2014


Online Degree Education - Advantages

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Distance education has been getting a lot of attention lately, but it isn't new. Correspondence courses have been around for over a century, allowing students to complete assignments and mail them to an instructor for feedback. Advances in technology have presented more opportunities in distance education. Classes can be taken through telecourses and the internet. Family and job related responsibilities make it difficult for many people to attend traditional college classes. Distance education ...
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Jul 10 2014