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Advantages Of Private School

Advantages Of Private School

How to educate your child? Which one is the better option, public or private schools? Its a question which almost every parent faces when making one of the earliest yet a very pertinent decision of their childs life.

Whereas public education is free, private education demands shelling out thousands of dollars every year. Its cost may range anywhere between twelve thousand to thirty thousand dollars. Are the advantages of private education worth that kind of money?

One of the virtues of private schools is that they offer a safe, small community atmosphere. Private school classrooms are smaller in comparison with public schools and they tend to have a better student to teacher ratio. This allows teachers to give more individual attentions to every child and develop a good and caring personal relationship. Its been observed that when classes are small children tend to integrate better with their peers and develop more intimate bonds with their friends.

The capacity of raising a tuition fee as well as a lesser degree of political interference and an independent administration allows private schools to provide more facilities and hire better staff. Where many parents fear the lack of strict rules and requirements for hiring teachers in privet schools would lower their standard of education. The truth is that a higher budget allows private schools to hire teachers with advanced degrees and greater experience over teachers with a plain simple education degree.

Private schools usually offer more extracurricular activates and programs. They furnish a more balanced education emphasizing equally on art and sports as well as the required basic course of every grade. From on-stage plays to musicals and better sport facilities, private schools better support students in exploring their talents and enriching their personality.

Compared to public schools the smaller community atmosphere and greater personal attention to each child reduces the chances of any incidents of campus violence and discourage other negative activities such as cutting classes and indulgence in drugs and alcohol.

Parent union and pressure groups have a much more leeway in private schools when compared with their public counterparts. As private schools are independent institution themselves and not subjected to public funding; they enjoy much greater administrative freedom. Unlike public schools, they are not bogged down by bureaucratic policies and are better capable of adapting with changing times. In fact, the primary source of funding for private schools is the parents and hence they are more likely to give value to their opinion and suggestions.

Its the duty of public schools to provide education to each and every child and seeking education is every childs right. This idea however noble it may seem, restricts public school from taking the extreme disciplinary action of expulsion for errant students. The same is not true when it comes to private schools; which act as a blessing in disguise. Though expulsion is quite rare even in private schools, the mere threat of one deters kids from indulging in unsociable activities.

The choice, in the end is yours to make but bear in mind that the school your child goes to plays a great role in shaping the man/woman they grow up to be.

Emerging Opportunities in Education Education Research Forum – Umesh Pandey

Emerging Opportunities in Education Education Research Forum – Umesh Pandey

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Elets – A platform for disseminating creative ideas on ICT

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What is Remediation

What is Remediation

The word -remediation- is very important in the work my colleagues and I do with families affected by autism and other neuro-developmental disabilities, but it is a word that is unfamiliar to many people. I thought I would take a moment this week to talk about what remediation means in general, and specifically in the realm of autism.

Let’s start with some basic dictionary definitions:
Remediate (verb) – To remedy a problem
Remedial (adjective) – Intended to correct or improve one’s skill in a specific field; therapeutic, corrective, restorative
Remediation (noun) – Use of remedial methods to improve skills; the act or process of correcting a deficiency

Dr. Steven Gutstein’s definition of remediation: Correcting a deficit to the point where it no longer constitutes and obstacle

My definition: Work ON something, not just around it

Whether you are a parent or professional, it is critical to understand what remediation is, and the distinction between remediation and compensation. Perhaps the most common application of this distinction is in the area of reading problems. If a child is diagnosed with a reading disability, we typically apply remediation approaches to help them learn to read. At various points we may use compensations, such as books on tape, to support them. However, our goal is to remediate, or correct, the problem that is preventing them from reading so they can become functional readers. In my professional experience, I have yet to come across a situation where adults believe that if an 8 year old child is not yet reading, that we should just compensate for that and give them books on tape to listen to for the rest of their lives. Remedial efforts are taken to get to the root of the problem and overcome the issues that are preventing successful reading.

Now take this same concept and apply it to individuals on the autism spectrum. By definition they are struggling in many areas: socialization, communication, thinking flexibly, and the list goes on depending on the person. What approach do we usually take to these deficits? By and large, we take a compensation approach. We find ways to work around these problems so that the students fit into the mold of what we do at home and in school everyday. Our main motivation becomes applying strategies that help them exhibit what we consider to be -typical- behaviors -sit appropriately in the classroom or at church, learn academic skills, play on the playground equipment, wait in line without becoming upset, greet others when we see them, etc. While we may also look for ways to support their communication and to improve their relationships with others, we do this on a very surface level without really understanding the obstacles that create those problems in the first place. And, because we don’t really understand the root issues that create these problems, we resort to compensation techniques rather than remediating the root causes.

When you look at the history of treatments in the field of autism, it has been primarily about compensation. While research on the brain and autism has continued to move forward and provide us new information, our treatment approaches have stagnated. The methods we were using 30 years ago are still the methods being used today, despite the fact that we have a whole host of new information available to us. We now have the capacity to take what we know about the disorder of autism and how it impacts brain function, and develop new techniques and approaches that move beyond compensation and actually work to remediate (correct) the primary features of the disorder. This is one of the exciting things about newer approaches such as the Relationship Development Intervention (RDI) Program, which focuses on remediating, rather than just working around, the core deficits we see in individuals with autism and other neuro-developmental disorders.

It is time to move beyond thinking about treatment as merely capitalizing on strengths, and begin thinking about how to strengthen areas of weakness. Research has shown us that autism is primarily a disorder of connectivity in the brain-with some portions over connected and others under connected. What is so exciting about this is that we know that neural connectivity can change throughout the lifespan. The human brain has an enormous capacity for developing new connections and changing the patterns of connectivity when given the right types of stimulation. This is what allows us to look at autism treatment in a new light. It cannot be merely about strengthening the areas that are already strong. Effective education and treatment must be focused on building new connections in the areas where connectivity is deficient. This is the essence of remediation.

About the Author: Autism specialist Nicole Beurkens, founder and director of the Horizons Developmental Remediation Center, provides practical information and advice for families living with autism and other developmental disabilities. If you are ready to reduce your stress level, enrich your child’s development, and improve your family’s quality of life, get your FREE reports now at ==>

Clemsons Sandhill Research And Education Center

Clemsons Sandhill Research And Education Center

The Sandhill Research and Education Center is a 600 acre facility on the northeast side of Columbia, South Carolina. The center is owned by Clemson University and is used as an agricultural research facility and lab. Its environmental conservation researchers develop best management practices for agriculture and forestry. The facility also provides garden information as part of its cooperative extension services.
While the research going on at the center is important, many visitors to Sandhill REC come for other reasons. The public is able to access the facilitys hiking trails and childrens garden, as well as purchase fresh produce at the seasonal farmers market. All of these activities are free to the public. Sandhill Research and Education Center also hosts several festivals and community events each year, including the long running Sparkleberry Country Fair in April.

Visitors will find two hiking trails at Sandhill REC. The Hardwoods Wetlands Trail begins at the lake. Heading downhill from the earthen dam, the trail crosses a stream via a wooden bridge. The 1 mile loop trail takes hikers through a mixed forest of pines and hardwoods. The forest floor is carpeted with ferns, which provide habitat for wildlife including deer and a variety of birds. The Conservation Station Interpretive Trail is a .5 mile loop trail. Visitors can enter the trail through a wooden door in the fence at the parking lot. Six educational kiosks highlight information on geology, forestry, soil, wildlife, water quality, and air quality. Hikers can walk out on a dock in the lake to view the lake habitat. They may see turtles, frogs, fish, snakes, and even alligators. Swimming and fishing in the lake are not permitted. The trails are open from 8am-dusk.

Children will love the Sandhill REC Childrens Garden. This area is actually several environmentally themed garden rooms. There is a Butterfly Garden, a Bird Garden, an Alphabet Garden, the Carolina Fence Garden, Mr. McGregors Garden, the Dinosaur Garden, a Rain Garden, and the Three Bears Homestead. The gardens are self guided and may be explored anytime during open hours. Visitors are welcome to bring lunch or a snack to enjoy at the picnic tables. Children will also want to play at the nearby Pooh Garden Playground.

The 2012 Sandhill Farmers Market will be open every Tuesday afternoon from May 1-November 20. Hours are 1-7pm. Visitors will be able to purchase the best in local produce, meat, eggs, butter, cheese, honey, baked goods, flowers, and plants. Many organic products will be available. Attendees will also be treated to live music and healthy lifestyle demonstrations.

Sandhill REC is located at 900 Clemson Road. Take I-20 East to Exit 80 and drive north for 2.5 miles. The facility is near the intersection of Two Notch Road (US Hwy 1).

Education – Meaningful Contexts Education Peace

Education – Meaningful Contexts Education Peace

Many schools throughout the United States have mandated some form of character education, peace education, or conflict resolution. The Peace Education Network hopes to encourage an exchange of ideas about what schools and teachers are doing that works and doesn’t work. An article in The Washington Post (Kalita, 2003) describing a newly adopted Character Education Day at a local high school indicated that the students found the lectures and skits presented that day to have little meaning for them. This column will suggest more effective ways to make such efforts meaningful and will offer practical resources.

What is hot effective? A one-day event that is unconnected to the students’ everyday lives. What is effective? An ongoing concern for issues of peace, caring, and conflict resolution, integrated throughout the day and the curriculum, in ways that are age-appropriate and respect students’ knowledge and experiences. Rather than being an add-on, peace and caring can be part of the curriculum (Noddings, 1995). Such themes as caring for the environment and addressing hunger and homelessness can be incorporated into the science, social studies, math, and literacy curricula.

In building this approach, teachers need information about available resources. The Internet offers resources and helps us learn from models that are working. In some localities, Peace Centers serve the community and beyond with a variety of programs. Many also provide online resources for those who live elsewhere. Perhaps the most significant message to be gained from these centers is that there is action on behalf of peace education in many places. We have collected a few examples of Peace Centers. Visit the Web sites for models of local programs, lists of resources, and links to other peace organizations. If you are familiar with a Peace Center or programs and resources near you, please let us know so that we may highlight those programs in future columns.

* Worldwide: The American Friends Service Committee carries out service, development, social justice, and peace programs throughout the world. It maintains a video and film lending library with an online catalog of hundreds of videos and films.

* Connecticut: The Connecticut Center for Peace Education Pax Educare (Hartford, CT) serves community schools, pre-K through higher education, with training in peace and conflict studies, working with local schools and teaching a course, “Making Peace Where I Live,” that is part of an international peace education curriculum,

* Pennsylvania: Bucks County Peace Center (Langhorne, PA) serves local communities and schools with a program of training in conflict resolution and peace education. The Center is supported by United Way of Bucks County and an active Quaker community. It offers a Project Peace for Schools, which fosters “peace education and violence prevention for administrators, educators and support staff, students, and parents with continued follow-up and support over a three-year period.”

* Virginia: Richmond Peace Education Center carries out peace education and violence prevention in area schooLs,

* Ohio: Cincinnati Center for Peace Education offers programs in area schools “to resolve conflicts constructively” with a Peace Team model for children and an annual Peace Camp.

* Ohio: The Lion and the Lamb Peace Arts Center of Bluffton College, in existence since 1987, has collected more than 5,000 children’s books on peace-related and multicultural topics; it also houses a fine arts collection,

Know Your College KS Hegde Medical College Academy

Know Your College KS Hegde Medical College Academy

KS Hegde Medical College has been established in the year 1999 and given continuous support and encouragement to the students to provide good service to the community. The main aim of this institution is to create responsible individuals capable of providing quality health care to the poor and needy surviving in the society. High standards of education are maintained here to give up to date and modern changes in the medical world. This college gives undergraduate, postgraduate and MS courses to the students having dedication to serve humans. The hospital attached to the college gets good services from reputed doctors and nurses working here.

KS Hegde Medical College tries to bring new methods in the teaching and learning programs to develop interests among both the teachers and the students. New ideas are brought in imparting education procedure to encourage e learning, development of skills required to be with the growing world and initiation of the mentorship program. Assessments are made objective and integrated learning is incorporated in the system of education to make the students grow in all ways. Students find lots of interest in the system and develop ethical values right from the beginning. The academy recruits the best faculty members and dedicated staff that will react with students at all times and make the learning process even more positive and

KS Hegde Medical College Academy tries to improve the research and development in the institution by giving demonstrations to the outside sources who will give sufficient funding for the programs. Students undergoing courses in the college are always encouraged to take part in the research programs. The college has partnerships for research programs with many foreign Universities. Research programs instigate newer things in the minds of the students and they find interest in the studying course. The admission procedure of the college for undergraduate programs needs an individual to pass 12th standard with Science education. He must have subjects like Physics, Chemistry and Biology with 50% marks in aggregate and English language as the optional subject of study.

KS Hegde Medical College Academy also takes students from foreign countries to study here. They have to provide the passport and visa details and a sponsorship copy of the member financing his or her stay in India with proper proof. Few documents need to be submitted during the admission process like birth certificate, transfer certificate from the previous institution, certificate of conduct from the previous region of study, blood group certificate, 10th standard and 12th standard certificate and migration certificate of the previous board of study. The students also have to provide a physical fitness certificate from his local medical practitioner during the admission. You can get more details of the admission needs from the office.

The Difference Between An Internship Resume And A Job Resume

The Difference Between An Internship Resume And A Job Resume

There is a special style of resumes called Internship resume. As its name implies, this style of a resume composed with a goal of getting an internship in a desired field. While Internship resumes are usually chronological in format, they have different goals than a resume created for purposes of acquiring a full-time professional position. First, your goal is not furthering your career but gaining experience and skills in order to expand on your education and later obtain a position in the industry. Second, internships do not require professional experience; this is a way for you to gain such experience so that you can later get a full-time job using what you learned during your internship. Third, your resume is more focused on your academic achievements than on your work background, because you have to demonstrate that the desired internship is a logical extension of your studies. With this in mind, college students, new or returning, typically utilize this resume style to get their foot in the door with the companies they may ultimately want to work for after graduation.

Much like any other professional resume, the internship resume should contain an objective. Here you should let your potential employer know how their internship aligns with your studies, what you can bring to the table, what you hope to gain out of the experience and how you will apply your newfound skills once you are out in the professional world. Essentially you are convincing your potential employer that you are the best candidate for the internship, that you will learn the most and that the experience is critical for your professional growth.

When composing your resume for an internship, you will need to highlight your education first. You should do more than just list your previous degrees or degrees in progress. Point out the classes you have taken that qualify you for the internship. Indicate how your major is in line with the internship and how this experience will help you in your future studies.

After you indicate your objective and your education, list your qualifications. Make a list ahead of time of all skills that qualify you for the internship. Review the list and prioritize it. Most commonly made mistake in resume writing is not prioritizing the information included, so you that your strongest skills fall at the bottom of the list. Consider what qualifies you for the internship. List those qualifications first so that your employer recognizes that you are a great fit for the position.

Your work experience can help, but is typically not a breaking point in getting an internship. If you have any work experience, include it in your resume. Make sure to prioritize your responsibilities as they relate to the internship. Make sure to indicate any experience you have in sharpening your employability skills, those skills that extend beyond your education and technical abilities such as communication, customer relations, team work, taking charge, etc.

Applying for an internship is somewhat different than applying for a full time job. Along with your internship resume, you will want to submit references. For any employment experience you’ve had to date, include your supervisor’s name, title and contact information so that your employer can obtain recommendations. In addition, it is of great benefit to you to have recommendation letters from your professors. Your professors can identify your skills in terms of your dedication, worth ethic, enthusiasm, interpersonal communication and interaction with others in your classroom. Employers look for these skills because they want to assure that you will be a good fit for their team, even if your role is a short term one. Ask two or three of your professors for their recommendation. Provide them with the contact information of your employer, including an email and a physical mailing address, so the letters can be mailed to your potential employer directly. Or, ask your professors to place their recommendation letters into sealed envelopes before giving them to you to assure that the information is confidential. If possible, include your transcripts with your resume. This will be a great indication of your commitment to your education, providing your grades are good. Your transcripts can only help in getting you the internship.

As a final step, proof your application materials. Feel free to seek assistance from your school’s career center. You have only one chance to make a great first impression – do it well, and you are sure to get the internship of your choice.

Shri Ram Shiksha Mandir An English Medium School In Jindpur

Shri Ram Shiksha Mandir An English Medium School In Jindpur

Jindpur on the periphery of Delhi, isn’t just famous for the Splash water park, it’s also famous for a number of schools. Prominent out of them being Shri Ram Shiksha Mandir School.The name Shiksha Mandir when translated literally, means the Temple of education and learning. Located in Jindpur, Shri Ram Shiksha Mandir is established with a vision of providing its students with quality education. The school received a warm welcome from the locals when it was first built. The locals hadn’t seen an English medium school for years in the vicinity and were already sending their children to distant schools.

Lots of parents felt that if their children learnt English they would easily get good jobs and earn more than them. A number of parents approached the school, Shri Ram Shiksha Mandir and were glad to find out that the school was affiliated to the Central Board of Secondary Education (CBSE). The parents were a little apprehensive about the school being a co-educational one but felt it would be important in the long run when their children worked in secular environments. Shri Ram Shiksha Mandir School they were told would provide the basic educational facilities to the students’ right from the Play Group to Class X. The school didn’t only focus on academics but also ensured that the students were given a healthy blend of extra and co- curricular activities in their curriculum.

It is with this aim in mind of moulding the children into mature and responsible citizens that the School encourages the students to take part in various co-curricular activities held in school such as music, dance, arts and sports. The school provided children with facilities such as spacious ventilated class rooms with the latest teaching aids, a rich library consisting of a number of expensive books, state-of-the-art computer labs and well equipped science labs. The school had a vast play ground and under the supervision of a trained physical education teacher, had a basketball, cricket, hockey and football team that participated in intra and inter level tournaments. Shri Ram Shiksha Mandir at Jindpur-provided children with the highest possible levels of excellence in all aspects of education including academic, cultural sports and also trained students to appear in various professional colleges through competitive exams.

Onlineschooladmissions is a portal that caters to parents and helps makes school admissions a delightful experience. Incase you are on the look- out for Shri Ram Shiksha Mandir School or English Medium Schools or even Play Schools In Jindpur and don’t know where to begin, relax! It does everything for you right from filling up your form, submitting them online and scheduling a date for your child’s interview.OSA also posts Blogs on the Internet on topics related to education and parenting and understands a child’s world perfectly.

The writer of this article is a school advisor in OnlineSchoolAdmissions and provides free of cost consultancy to parents and schools for fast and easy online school admissions. Parents can look for schools directory list on the site from where they can search for nursery or play school in India in which he thinks he can admit his child in Shri Ram Shiksha Mandir School or English Medium Schools in Jindpur. or even Play Schools In Jindpur. They can also search for the top 10 schools as per their choice and can fill school admission forms online.

Homeschool Curriculum No Boundaries

Homeschool Curriculum No Boundaries

If you are thinking of getting your child into a homeschool curriculum but still don’t have any idea on how it works, then you might have a difficult time looking for something that will fit him. Homeschool programs can be availed from both public and private schools, and often they already have pre-set course packages to help you better in choosing. But before making your decision, what you first need to take a look at are your child’s skills, interests and abilities, and make sure that you choose something that will go well with them.

Homeschool programs provide children with a different learning experience since they are getting their education at the comfort of their own homes. This is usually a choice for those not satisfied with the schools in their area or for those who live significantly far from the nearest school and find it impractical to travel great distances.

Professional tutors employed by an accredited institution handle these programs, but there are also instances where parents take on this job too. One advantage is that it allows for better supervision on the learning progress of the child, and he can be better trained since the teacher is focused exclusively on him.

A wide range of study materials and methods can be used by those wanting to undergo schooling at home. Numerous educational philosophies can be employed by parents for their child and can include Classical Education, Montessori Method, Thomas Jefferson Education, and many more.

Home school programs can also come in the form of online education. In this method of learning, students have access to different courses, online training, and even educational games. It gives students access to specialized educational materials and allow for a more flexible educational schedule.

Issuance of formal records and transcripts can be a problem for some individuals undergoing a home school curriculum should they desire to enroll in college. In almost all states in the US, parents are allowed to provide the transcripts of their children in high school level. It is also recommended that students in this program properly maintain their records.

Also, colleges and universities in the United States are becoming more open to admitting students from a wide range of backgrounds, especially those who have undergone a home school curriculum. Recent data cites that these students have entered many well-known universities and colleges, including prestigious schools like Stanford University, Cornell University and Harvard University.

Studies have shown that on the average, home schooled students perform better in standard exams than those in a regular classroom setting. The academic integrity of home schooling programs is supported by the NHERI or National Home Education Research Institute through their study known as the Home Schooling Achievement. There is also enough evidence to show that students under this program are able to learn more and have better performance when it comes to college admission exams like SAT and ACT. You might be even surprised that well-known personalities like Abraham Lincoln, Andrew Wyeth, Woodrow Wilson and Thomas Edison have all undergone such education at certain points in their lives.

Getting a home school curriculum for your child can be quite a challenging task. It is very important that you first understand the skills, interest and capabilities of your child before choosing a particular course for him. There is simply no single curriculum that can meet your child’s educational needs; you have to consider a combination of suitable homeschool programs in order for it to be more effective and provide him with best possible learning.

Projection Lying Education Projector Interactive Applications Set Off A New Revolution – Education

Projection Lying Education Projector Interactive Applications Set Off A New Revolution – Education

Education Of the application has been Projector Application of the most important direction. Statistics show that the education market projectors in the domestic market account for more than Bacheng the early popularity of the market share. Currently, its contribution is still occupying the projector market the domestic market as a whole Sichengyishang.
Projector product applications as the main battlefield, education projector market is not only large but also has the standard is high. Among primary and secondary market and general cost of different products, markets and higher education throughout the school focus on the domestic market is also a high-end projector and low brightness projectors important consumption market. Large, high prices, to the characteristics of quality first, the decision of the higher education market has always been a giant of traditional projector manufacturers compete for positions.
However, the application of the education market in recent years with the gradual saturation of growth, its market growth rate has declined significantly in the trend. Basic access to higher education already saturated market of, vocational education market started slow, general education needs of the market are mainly high quality products?? Education projection products in the application bottlenecks in the domestic market has began to emerge, and become a common concern many projector manufacturers problems.
With the big market is gradually cooling different, with the interactive application based projector product, but in recent years the field of education was very rapid development. Whiteboard Products, comes with White Board Features projectors, video booth and other products for the traditional physical education projector “added a” brand new take off the wings. It is expected that future growth in this market will reach more than a year Jinsan Cheng, is the education market growth rate projection of three to five times.
Do have to do interactive educational market products have become embedded in the education sector in recent years to channel the most “make money” with their parents. In our class links courses conducted throughout the project, general education market and even has the Electronic Whiteboard and projector treated as a number of classrooms to be equipped with new features. Application whiteboard education market boom are the growth rate is not only a new e-classroom, some schools have started the original fully interactive electronic classroom Reconstruction Project.
Education market enthusiasm for the interactive projection system reflects the profound traditional projector deficiencies in teaching applications. Head of a university purchasing department, said the author, the traditional projector products at the core of the electronic classroom can be achieved though sound, images, video and other multimedia media applications, but in the application process can not form the content of teaching, teacher’s attention and student attention to the unity: the future operation of projection display of the content and sound, the teacher’s attention had focused on the classroom computer controlled stage. This situation also led to some teachers reluctant to use university e-classroom equipment, curriculum has become another part of a simple slide show of the situation.
Projector put their PPT, classroom control their own computers, students desks on the phenomenon of sleep in college applications, e-classroom is not unusual. Insiders pointed out that, in this teaching process, the multimedia teaching equipment in the communication between teachers and students the role of not only higher than the original “write writing on the blackboard” enhance rather than weaken. Improve the efficiency of their teaching, classroom capacity effect is obvious, but in a sense, reduces the quality of classroom teaching.
The interactive whiteboard and the emergence of interactive projector, video booth just to change a large number of applications mentioned above, embarrassing a situation of “high-tech weapons.” The biggest advantage of interactive technology is once again let teachers “back to the ‘blackboard’ in front,” replied the traditional teaching of teachers and students in the “Blackboard” content on the direct communication between the modern quality of teaching multiplier effect.
Industry experts expect the projector with the application of interactive technology to mature, education, business and other fields will appear very much in the market. This technique not only inherits the effect of product characteristics of the original projection, but also through improved human-machine system to complete the multimedia device combines the human transformation of the effectiveness of multimedia teaching equipment greatly increased. In the future, not only the new interactive multi-media classroom projector applications will become the main battlefield of the original multi-media classrooms and interactive projection display system of transformation for the whiteboard, and other industries will also create tremendous business opportunities.