The academe is as rigid and unyielding as ever in upholding its standards. Both the student body and those holding higher positions as educators and academicians are continuously pushed to strive for scholarly greatness, both in the classroom and in mentally taxing endeavors such as writing academic papers.Read More
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American College of Healthcare Sciences (ACHS) is excited to announce enriched Graduate Certificate programs in Aromatherapy, Nutrition, and Herbal Medicine with new research-intensive, industry focused course requirements.Read More
GUS are based in some of the world's biggest cities, with campuses in London, Birmingham and Manchester; across the Atlantic in Toronto, Chicago and Vancouver; and across the globe in places such as Singapore and Hannover.Read More
Arkansas State University has launched a 100% online Master of Engineering Management degree to help working professionals prepare for leadership roles in engineering, manufacturing and high-tech companies. The degree joins A-State's broad portfolio of high-quality, widely recognized and fully online degree programs.Read More
Banning mobiles and other tech devices has been banned inschools and it had a negative impact.
Instead, according to Professor Paul Howard-Jones, teachersand parents should look at how pupils are interacting with the technology.
His comments came as his research suggested playing computergames could help boost pupils' concentration levels and improve their resultsin the classroom.
The study found that turning learning into a game helps stopthe mind from wandering.