Reading and writing form the backbone to just about every other type of course, including math, science, and social studies. Without learning how to read, comprehend and express ideas, students cannot excel at any other subject, because fundamentally, the purpose of knowledge isn’t just to regurgitate information, it’s to assimilate that information, process it and express ideas based on that information.
No one likes a cheater. Whether its our social interactions, relationships at home, work or school, people who are not authentic, who don’t develop integrity and trust, run the risks of facing more problems with their life experiences. In this information age, academic dishonesty in the classroom has become quite prevalent. There is so much content available to students that they need to be taught at an early age how to maintain originality and not to choose to cheat.
Technology is changing the face of education. The digital age has transformed every aspect of culture and education as more opportunities are available for quick and instant communication, as well as tools that can help enhance teaching methods. In the education world, there is a mix of digital natives vs digital immigrants. But one of the challenges of the digital age is ensuring that all students are equipped to understand and utilize the technological tools at their disposal, a tall task given the rapid rate of innovation.
When applying for admission to a college or university, whether for undergraduate or graduate studies, there are few things more important than the personal statement required by many institutions. You want to give this particular piece of writing your full attention because this is where you can tell much more about who you are as a person than can be conveyed by ticking various boxes and filling in the blanks of an application. It often becomes a deciding factor in whether or not you’ll get into the school of your choice. Here are some things to keep in mind when writing personal statements for university admission:
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There are many things that stop students from reading, and thus hindering their ability to improve, including lack of motivation and absence of choice. As a teacher, you can change this, and turn your students into successful readers by making a few simple additions to your lesson plans and a couple small modifications to the classroom library.
If you teach writing or incorporate writing into your classroom, then you know how important it is to make sure you have a solid grasp of all kinds of different types of writing. Staying up-to-speed on many different kinds of writing can feel overwhelming. The good news is that there are many options for online courses for teachers that will help you upgrade your skills in whatever areas you feel you need improvement. And you needn’t even spend any of your hard-earned money on them, as all the ones listed in this article are free!
Academic honesty is a growing problem in America’s schools. Students are not doing their own work, and they are submitting assignments that are supposed to be their own original works but are not. Data shows that one in five students are suspected in plagiarism cases. This is a trend that can be seen all across America.