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    • Alternative education

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    • Anthropology of education

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    • Educational assessment and evaluation

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    • Education awards

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    • Curricula

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    • Free educational software

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    • Gamification

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    • Gender and education

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    • History of education

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    • LGBT and education

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    • Statistics of education

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    • Education

    • Education is the process of facilitating learning, or the acquisition of knowledge, skills, values, beliefs, and habits. Educational methods include storytelling, discussion, teaching, training, and directed research. Education frequently takes place under the guidance of educators, but learners may also educate themse ... Read »


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    • Outline of education

    • The following outline is provided as an overview of and topical guide to education: Education – in the general sense is any act or experience that has a formative effect on the mind, character, or physical ability of an individual. In its technical sense, education is the process by which society deliberately tra ... Read »


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    • Academic achievement

    • Academic achievement or (academic) performance is the outcome of education — the extent to which a student, teacher or institution has achieved their educational goals. Academic achievement is commonly measured by examinations or continuous assessment but there is no general agreement on how it is best tested or ... Read »


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    • Action based learning questions

    • Action Based Learning Question Types One of the key to effective Action Learning is asking the right question. The ‘right questions’ are questions which when asked to the right people at the right time, given the type of information needed. To help people in an Action Learning process, primarily a questi ... Read »


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    • Draft:Admizz.com

    • Admizz.com is a India and Nepal based search portal which allows people to search for colleges and institutions based on geography, branch preference and various other filters; and helps students get admission with ease directly through the portal.The company has almost 3,000 colleges and institutions listed and it ser ... Read »


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    • Adventure learning

    • Adventure Learning (AL) is a hybrid distance education approach defined in 2006 by Aaron Doering, a 2008 Tech Awards (http://www.techawards.org) laureate and associate professor at the University of Minnesota. AL provides students with opportunities to explore real-world issues through authentic learning experiences w ... Read »


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    • Adventures of the Mind

    • Adventures of the Mind

      Adventures of the Mind is an achievement-focused mentoring camp for talented high school students. Educators from across the nation nominate students whom they believe, with guidance and nurture, can maximize their potential and make important contributions to society. Honored guests share their life stories that can s ... Read »


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    • Affect in education

    • The importance of affect in education has become a topic of increasing interest in the fields of psychology and education. It is a commonly held opinion that curriculum and emotional literacy should be interwoven. Examples of such curriculum include using English language to increase emotional vocabulary, and writing a ... Read »


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    • Aide et Action International South Asia

    • Aide et Action International South Asia provides support to local actors for the implementation of their projects on diverse programmes related to education, early childhood care and education, Livelihood Education for excluded youth from poor and marginalized sections, health, environment, social cohesion, inclusion o ... Read »


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    • Alternative break

    • An alternative break is a trip where a group of college students (usually 10–12 per trip) engage in volunteer service, typically for a week. Alternative break trips originated with college students in the early 1980s as a counter to "traditional" spring break trips. These trips are usually led by 2 "site leaders" ... Read »


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    • Alternative pathways in education

    • Alternative pathways in education refers to alternative means of obtaining educational qualifications, other than the traditional means of gaining access to or completing the required study to obtain the educational qualifications. The traditional means of entry to tertiary education involves completing secondary ... Read »


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    • Amalthea (Technical Summit)

    • Amalthea is the annual technical summit of Indian Institute of Technology Gandhinagar. The first summit was organised in 2010 with the belief in spreading knowledge and since then it has been organised every year during the fall. With the aim to inculcate the spirit of innovation and technological development, this sum ... Read »


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    • Anarchism and education

    • Anarchism has had a special interest on the issue of education from the works of William Godwin and Max Stirner onwards. A wide diversity of issues related to education have gained the attention of anarchist theorists and activists. They have included the role of education in social control and socialization, the righ ... Read »


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    • Andrews Forest

    • Andrews Forest

      The H.J. Andrews Experimental Forest, commonly referred to as Andrews Forest, is located near Blue River, Oregon, United States, and is managed cooperatively by the United States Forest Service's Pacific Northwest Research Station, Oregon State University, and the Willamette National Forest. It is one of only 610 UNESC ... Read »


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    • Anti-literacy law

    • Anti-literacy law is legislation outlawing the teaching of literacy to a group or groups of people. Anti-literacy laws were in force in many slave states before and during the American Civil War regarding slaves, freedmen, and in some cases all people of color. These largely came into force following abolitionist ... Read »


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    • Appreciative inquiry in education

    • 'Appreciative Inquiry' is an approach that believes, improvement is more engaging when the focus is made on the strengths rather than the weaknesses. People tend to respond to positive statements but react to negative statements that concern them. Children are more sensitive to their self-worth and thrive on what makes ... Read »


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    • ARCS Foundation

    • The ARCS foundation (Achievement Rewards for College Scientists) is a non-profit organization that is administered by a group of women who financially support graduates and undergraduates of the United States's colleges and universities. They provide scholarships and awards to create new discoveries in the field of bio ... Read »


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    • Art Center Nabi

    • Art Center Nabi
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      The Art Center Nabi is an art museum in Seorin-dong, Jongno-gu, Seoul, South Korea. It was relocated to the 4th floor of SK building of SK Group in 2000 and reborn as digital art museum. Art Center Nabi has produced and exhibited various kinds of digital art at the intersection of arts and technology. Coordinates ... Read »


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    • Arts-based environmental education

    • Arts-based environmental education (AEE) brings art education and environmental education together in one undertaking. The approach has two essential characteristics. The first is that it refers to a specific kind of environmental education that starts off from an artistic approach. Different from other types of outdoo ... Read »


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    • Authentic learning

    • In education, authentic learning is an instructional approach that allows students to explore, discuss, and meaningfully construct concepts and relationships in contexts that involve real-world problems and projects that are relevant to the learner. It refers to a "wide variety of educational and instructional techniqu ... Read »


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    • Bacteriologist (Professional)

    • A bacteriologist is a professional trained in bacteriology a subdivision of microbiology. The duties of a bacteriologist include prevention, diagnosis and prognosis of diseases, as well as health care, and they may carry out various functions such as epidemiological surveillance, quality auditing, biotechnology develop ... Read »


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    • Juan Battle

    • Juan Battle

      Juan Jose Battle (born 1968) is an academic, author, activist, and feminist.  He is currently a Professor of sociology,public health, and urban education at The Graduate Center of the City University of New York. He also serves as the Coordinator of the Africana Studies Certificate Program. Battle's research focuses ... Read »


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    • Bayesian Knowledge Tracing

    • Bayesian Knowledge Tracing is an algorithm used in many intelligent tutoring systems to model each learner's mastery of the knowledge being tutored. It models student knowledge in a Hidden Markov Model as a latent variable, updated by observing the correctness of each student's interaction in which they apply the skil ... Read »


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    • Berlin Model

    • The Berlin Model (Berliner Modell) was developed by (1901–1967) and is also known as the “Teaching-learning theory of education" (lehr-lern-theoretische Didaktik) in order to distinguish it from the "developmental education theory" (bildungstheoretische Didaktik) of . Heinemann considered Klafki to be thinki ... Read »


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    • Bir Bhanu

    • Bir Bhanu is the Marlan and Rosemary Bourns Endowed Presidential Chair in Engineering, the Distinguished Professor of Electrical and Computer Engineering, and Cooperative Professor of Computer Science and Engineering, Mechanical Engineering and Bioengineering, at the Marlan and Rosemary Bourns College of Engineering at ... Read »


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    • Bildung

    • Bildung (German: [ˈbɪldʊŋ], ) refers to the German tradition of self-cultivation (as related to the German for: creation, image, shape), wherein philosophy and education are linked in a manner that refers to a process of both personal and cultural maturation. This maturation is described as a harmonization ... Read »


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    • Board of Education v. Walters

    • Board of Education v. Walters was an Ohio Supreme Court case in 1979 relating to the funding of primary and secondary schools in Ohio. The Court ruled that the method of funding public schools at the time was constitutional despite disparities in per-pupil education spending between different districts. Article VI of t ... Read »


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    • Bohunt Chinese School

    • Bohunt Chinese School was an experiment that took place at the Bohunt School in Liphook, Hampshire, United Kingdom in 2015. The experiment involved 50 year nine students at the school being educated by Chinese teachers using traditional Chinese teaching methods for a period of four weeks. This included mostly lecture-b ... Read »


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    • Brain Gym International

    • Brain Gym International

      Brain Gym International is the trade name of the Educational Kinesiology Foundation, a California nonprofit organization that promotes a series of exercises called "Brain Gym" that the company claims improve academic performance. The underlying ideas are pseudoscience, and as of 2014 there was no good evidence that the ... Read »


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    • Bryan University

    • Based in Tempe, Ariz., Bryan University offers programs in the fields of healthcare, exercise science, and legal. The for-profit university has campuses in Los Angeles, Sacramento, Toronto, and Tempe. The following areas of study are offered by Bryan University. The university offers online, on-campus, and hybrid ... Read »


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    • Workplace bullying in academia

    • Bullying in academia is workplace bullying of scholars and staff in academia, especially places of higher education such as colleges and universities. It is believed to be common, although has not received as much attention from researchers as bullying in some other contexts. Bullying is the longstanding violence, ... Read »


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    • Bullying in teaching

    • School teachers are commonly the subject of bullying but they are also sometimes the originators of bullying within a school environment. When an adult bullies a child, it is referred to as psychological, emotional or verbal abuse. According to the American Psychological Association, it is as harmful as sexual or physi ... Read »


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    • CAM Academy

    • CAM Academy is an alternative school in the Battle Ground School District. The school offers education to students from grades 3-12. ... Read »


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    • Capstone course

    • A capstone course, also known as capstone unit serves as the culminating and usually integrative experience of an educational program. A capstone course, unit, module or subject in the higher education context may also be referred to as a capstone experience, senior seminar (in the U.S.), or final year project or disse ... Read »


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    • Chanakya Public School

    • Chanakya Public School is a CBSE affiliated English medium educational institute located at Satna, Madhya Pradesh. Mr I P Singh founder of Chanakya Public School is also a renowned architect and has contributed to growth and development of architecture within and neighboring places at Satna. Coordinates: 24°34†... Read »


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    • Child integration

    • Child integration is the inclusion of children in a variety of mature daily activities of families and communities. This contrasts with, for example, age segregation; separating children into age-defined activities and institutions (e.g., some models of organized schooling). Integrating children in the range of mature ... Read »


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    • Chungdahm Learning

    • Chungdahm Learning

      Chungdahm Learning is one of the largest private education companies in South Korea, with over 40,000 students across the country. Its name is often used interchangeably with Chungdahm Institute (CDI), its English language hagwon (private after-school academy) program. The company was founded in 1998 by current CE ... Read »


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    • Class (education)

    • A class in education has a variety of related meanings. It can be the group of students which attends a specific course or lesson at a university, school, or other educational institution, see Form (education). It can refer to a course itself, e.g., a class in Shakespearean drama. It can be the group of students at ... Read »


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    • Co-construction

    • In linguistics, a co-construction is a grammatical or semantic entity which has been uttered by more than one speaker. It is a technical term for the notion of one person finishing another person's thought. For example: In learning, co-construction is a distinctive approach, where the emphasis is on collaborative, or ... Read »


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    • Cognitive apprenticeship

    • Cognitive apprenticeship is a theory of the process where a master of a skill teaches that skill to an apprentice. Constructivist approaches to human learning have led to the development of a theory of cognitive apprenticeship. This theory holds that masters of a skill often fail to take into account the implicit proc ... Read »


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    • Colegio Nuestra Senora de la Antigua

    • School Nuestra Senora de la Antigua is a school in Lugo, Spain, built in 1523 by the Cardinal of Seville, Don Rodrigo de Castro. The school was first managed by the Society of Jesus and later passed on to the Piarists Fathers during the nineteenth century. The school building is one of the few Herrerian style buildings ... Read »


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    • College of Information Technology and Engineering

    • College of Information Technology and Engineering

      College of Information Technology and Engineering (CITE), affiliated to Purbanchal University; popularly known as CIT, is established in the year 2000. And the first college in Nepal that offering Information Technology (IT) Education. CITE is centrally located at Subidhanagar, Tinkune, Kathmandu. Currently CITE offers ... Read »


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    • Common Education Data Standards

    • While education institutions across the P-20W (early learning through postsecondary and workforce) environment use many different data standards to meet information needs, there are certain data we all need to be able to understand, compare, and exchange in an accurate, timely, and consistent manner. For these, we need ... Read »


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    • Competency-based learning

    • Competency-based learning or competency-based education and training is an approach to teaching and learning more often used in learning concrete skills than abstract learning. It differs from other non-related approaches in that the unit of learning is extremely fine grained. Rather than a course or a module every ind ... Read »


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    • Concept Schools

    • Concept Schools is a nonprofit management and consulting organization based in Chicago supporting the development of urban science-focused charter schools in the Midwestern United States. The group currently manages 30 tuition-free science, technology and math-focused schools in 7 Midwest states. Serving about 13.000 ... Read »


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    • Contemporary Education Dialogue

    • Contemporary Education Dialogue is an open forum to sustain a critical engagement with issues in education. This journal nurtures the discipline and promotes inter-disciplinary perspectives. It is published twice a year by SAGE Publications in association with Education Dialogue Trust. Contemporary Education Dialogue ... Read »


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    • Continental Group of Institutes

    • Continental Group Of Institutes

      The Continental Group Of Institutes (or CGI) is a group of colleges in Jalvehra, India, established in 2001. Located near Chandigarh, India, CGI is affiliated with Top Colleges of Canada and also with Punjab Technical University, Maharaja Ranjit Singh Punjab Technical University, and Punjabi University CGI began ... Read »


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    • Cooling out

    • Cooling out is an informal set of practices used by colleges, especially two-year, junior, and community colleges, to handle students whose lack of academic ability or other resources prevent them from achieving the educational goals they have developed for themselves such as attaining a bachelor's degree. The purpose ... Read »


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    • Cooperative school

    • Co-operative schools are characterised by the co-operative values and principles which underpin the practice of all co-operative organisations. In England and Wales, around 850 schools currently use co-operative values to support the curriculum design, pedagogy and structures for accountability and democracy. Two main ... Read »


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    • Cork School of Architecture

    • CCAE: Cork Centre for Architectural Education is the Department of Architecture at University College Cork in Ireland. The school is jointly run by University College Cork and Cork Institute of Technology and is accredited by The Royal Institute of the Architects of Ireland. Professor Kevin McCartney is the current Dir ... Read »


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    • Counter Culture Coffee

    • Counter Culture Coffee is a Durham, North Carolina based coffee roasting company founded in 1995. It has regional training locations in Asheville, NC; Atlanta; Boston; Charleston, SC; Chicago; Durham, NC; Emeryville, CA; New York City; Philadelphia; and Washington D.C. Counter Culture training centers provide educati ... Read »


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    • Course atlas

    • A course atlas is an online repository of credit and noncredit education courses offered by one to many educational providers across a state, region, country or around the world to facilitate course planning. Courses listed in the course atlas database reflect the availability of what educational providers offer the pu ... Read »


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    • Course credit

    • In high schools in the United States, where all courses are usually the same number of hours, often meeting every day, students earn one credit for a course that lasts all year, or a half credit per course per semester. This credit is formally known as a Carnegie Unit. After a typical four-year run, the student nee ... Read »


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    • Kathy Dawson

    • Kathy L Dawson is a certified Christian educator and ordained minister in the Presbyterian Church (U.S.A.). Her work is primarily focused on the development of educational resources and the accessibility of resources for all educators. In 2015, she was recognized as the Educator of the Year by the Association of Presby ... Read »


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    • Deaf education

    • Deaf education is the education of students with any manner of hearing impairment which addresses their differences and individual needs. This process involves individually-planned, systematically-monitored teaching methods, adaptive materials, accessible settings and other interventions designed to help students achie ... Read »


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    • Deeper learning

    • Deeper learning is a term that describes a set of student educational outcomes including acquisition of robust core academic content, higher-order thinking skills, and learning dispositions. It is associated with a growing movement in U.S. education that places special emphasis on the ability to apply knowledge to real ... Read »


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    • Deweyism

    • Deweyism is the system of education expounded by John Dewey in his 1897 book, . It emphasized social interaction and group learning over individual education, and became the dominant model in American education. According to John Dewey's, (1897), education is only as individual as our society allows it to be. We ... Read »


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    • Dhansiri Cadet School

    • Dhansiri Cadet School is a private cadet school situated at Hemayetpur under Savar upazila of Dhaka District. It is the first school of its kind in Savar. DCS is used as the acronym for Dhansiri Cadet School. It started its operation as Dhansiri Model Academy, a kindergarten school, in 2009. Realizing crying need of a ... Read »


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    • Digital scholarship

    • Digital scholarship is the use of digital evidence, methods of inquiry, research, publication and preservation to achieve scholarly and research goals. Digital scholarship can encompass both scholarly communication using digital media and research on digital media. An important aspect of digital scholarship is the effo ... Read »


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    • Diversity training

    • Diversity training can be defined as any program designed to facilitate positive intergroup interaction, reduce prejudice and discrimination, and generally teach individuals who are different from others how to work together effectively. Diversity training is instruction aimed at helping participants to gain cultural a ... Read »


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    • Docsity

    • Docsity.com

      Docsity is an online Social learning (social pedagogy) network for worldwide students and professionals. Originally launched in 2010 exclusively for Italian students, it became an international website in mid-2012 by opening to worldwide students. It is advertisement-free and user-generated. Its features include docume ... Read »


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    • Double-loop learning

    • Double-loop learning entails the modification of goals or decision-making rules in the light of experience. The first loop uses the goals or decision-making rules, the second loop enables their modification, hence "double-loop". Double-loop learning recognises that the way a problem is defined and solved can be a sourc ... Read »


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    • User:Dunsinan

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    • Early Childhood Longitudinal Program

    • The Early Childhood Longitudinal Study (ECLS) program provides data about the development of children in the United States. It is carried out by the Institute of Education Sciences. It provides data on children's status at birth and at various points thereafter. The ECLS program also provides data to analyze the relati ... Read »


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    • EdCamp

    • An edcamp is a user-generated conference - commonly referred to as an "unconference". Edcamps are designed to provide participant-driven professional development for K-12 educators. Edcamps are modeled after BarCamps, free participant-driven conferences with a primary focus on technology and computers. Educational tech ... Read »


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    • Education in the Arab World

    • Education is something that takes place in the Arab World where there is a tradition for learning and prospering academically. UNESCO soucres agree that the average rate of adult literacy (in these countries this is 15 and over) is 76.9%. Each of the Arab-majority states are members of the Arab League. In Mauritan ... Read »


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    • Education in the Crown dependencies

    • Education in the British Crown dependencies is a devolved matter with each of the dependencies having separate systems that are autonomous but dependent on England for models and examples. For details of education in each dependency, see: ... Read »


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    • Education Index

    • The United Nations publishes a Human Development Index (HDI) every year, which consists of the Life Expectancy Index, Education index, and Income index. The Education Index is calculated from the Mean years of schooling index and the Expected years of schooling index. Education is a major component of well-being and i ... Read »


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    • Education ranking by country

    • The United Nations publishes school education rankings every year and analyses each country's progress by historical data. It is calculated using Mean Years of Schooling and Expected Years of Schooling. Data in the tables are those available to the Human Development Report Office as of 15 November 2013 unless otherwis ... Read »


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    • Educational psychologist

    • An educational psychologist is a psychologist whose differentiating functions may include diagnostic and psycho-educational assessment, psychological counseling in educational communities (students, teachers, parents and academic authorities), community-type psycho-educational intervention, and mediation, coordination, ... Read »


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    • Educology

    • The term educology means the fund of knowledge about the educational process. Educology consists of discourse about education. The discourse is made up of warranted assertions, valid explanatory theories and sound justificatory arguments about the educational process. This conception of educology derives from the commo ... Read »


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    • EDUindex

    • The EDUindex is a Correlation coefficient representing the relevancy of Curriculum to post-educational objectives, particularly employability. An EDUindex Gap Analysis provides missing, relevant curriculum relative to employment opportunity within a representative area. Representative areas may include geographic regio ... Read »


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    • EduPristine

    • EduPristine

      EduPristine is an online and classroom training provider for international certifications in Finance, (CFA, FRM, PRM) Accounting, (CPA and CMA ) Analytics (Business analytics and Big data Hadoop), Digital Marketing, Project Management and Six Sigma. EduPristine is headquartered in Piscataway, New Jersey, USA and has s ... Read »


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    • Endless Computer

    • Coordinates: 37°46′26″N 122°25′53″W / 37.773972°N 122.431297°W / 37.773972; -122.431297 Endless Mobile, Inc. develops the operating system Endless OS and reference platform hardware for it. The company was founded in 2011 and is based in San Francisco, California with ... Read »


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    • Engaged scholarship

    • Engaged Scholarship is the integration of education with community development. Ethical participatory research in education is introduced to high school and undergraduate curricula to serve the mutual benefit of students, faculty, and the communities that surround and support academic institutions. Engaged scholarship ... Read »


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    • Entertainment in education

    • Entertainment products have been used in a variety of ways in the field of education. They may be used to teach academic lessons or help students learn social skills. Entering a classroom, whether one full of preschoolers or school age children, one has no doubt that educational toys are part of the modern educato ... Read »


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    • European Council for High Ability

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    • European Union Centers of Excellence in the United States

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    • Example choice

    • Example choice is a teaching method that has been developed and explored at the University of Bergen. The main objective is to make mathematics and science teaching more interesting and relevant to the daily life of students. One study by Perkins, Gratny, Adams, Finkelstein, and Wieman found that interest in physics de ... Read »


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    • Exhibit (educational)

    • An exhibit is an object, work of art, activity, artifact or poster designed to demonstrate a concept or show an example. Exhibits are usually housed and shown in a cultural or educational setting such as a museum, park, archive or library. Exhibits may be collected together in an exhibition or shown independently. Whil ... Read »


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    • FlashNotes

    • Flashnotes

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    • Flying Chalks

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    • Four corners (teaching method)

    • The Four Corners is one of the many co-operative teaching and learning strategies. This activity is very useful when the teacher wants to point out the fact that not all in the class have the same view-point or that there are multiple solutions to some problems. First, the four corners of the class are labelled, eithe ... Read »


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    • Joel Gallen

    • Joel Gallen

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    • GameChangers

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    • Gender gaps in mathematics and reading

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    • General knowledge

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    • Genius hour

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    • Geragogy

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    • Global Partnership for Education

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    • Global Reach (GR)

    • Global Reach (GR)

      Global Reach (GR) is an Indian educational consultancy headquartered in Kolkata, India. It was set up in 1991 and primarily provides career counselling to students to help them in choosing suitable careers as per their educational backgrounds, aptitudes and aspirations. The consultancy assists students with educationa ... Read »


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    • Green Dot Bystander Intervention

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    • Hebrew school

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    • Hidden curriculum

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    • Higherlife Foundation

      Higherlife Foundation is a philanthropic organisation founded in 1996 by Strive and Tsitsi Masiyiwa. Since inception, foundation has been supporting orphaned and vulnerable children in Africa through education and material support.Education support has been provided through the Capernaum Scholarship for orphaned and vu ... Read »


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    • HKUST Institute for Emerging Market Studies

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    • Ho Chi Minh City University of Economics and Finance

    • Ho Chi Minh City University of Economics and Finance (UEF)

      The Ho Chi Minh City University of Economics and Finance (UEF) is a Vietnamese private university based in Ho Chi Minh City, Vietnam. Its main branch is located at: 276 Dien Bien Phu, District Binh Thanh, Ho Chi Minh City. Ho Chi Minh City University of Economics and Finance is located near the center of town (5 minut ... Read »


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    • Home economics

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    • IIIAC

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      India International Islamic Academic Conference (IIIAC) held on October 8–9 at India Islamic Cultural Centre, New Delhi. Students Islamic Organisation of India hosted the event. Students Islamic Organisation of India (SIO) is a dynamic student body working in the country for holistic progress and academic exc ... Read »


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    • IMARK

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    • Independent study

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    • Indigenous education

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    • Individual Education

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    • Industry Social Service of the State of Rio de Janeiro

      The Industry Social Service of the State of Rio de Janeiro comprehends SESI's work in Rio de Janeiro state. The institution focuses in bettering work environment, quality of life and education level of collaborators from Rio de Janeiro's enterprises. Through programs and mobile units, it carries out actions related to ... Read »


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    • Innovation pedagogy

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    • Inservice program

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    • Institute of Medical Illustrators

    • The Institute of Medical Illustrators (IMI) was established in 1968 in the UK, to set and maintain standards for the medical illustration profession. It is notable for introducing the first Diploma in Medical Illustration in the United Kingdom. Medical illustrators work in the field of healthcare science and create re ... Read »


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    • Instructional Skills Workshop

    • The Instructional Skills Workshop (ISW) is offered within a small group setting (5-6 participants) and is designed to enhance the teaching effectiveness of both new and experienced educators. During the 24-hour workshop (usually offered over 3-4 days), participants design and conduct three "mini-lessons" and receive ve ... Read »


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    • International Learning Unit

    • International Learning Unit or (ILU) is an outcome based measurement of learning designed for lifelong learning activities. The ILU uses a competency based approach to measure education courses. The ILU was designed to be used to as an alternate measurement and standard to time based measurements. The ILU measurement i ... Read »


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    • IntoScience

    • IntoScience is an Australian interactive edutainment science platform created by 3P Learning, who are also responsible for Mathletics, Reading Eggs, and Spellodrome. The program is designed to be used in secondary school. The program initiated a partnership with Commonwealth Scientific and Industrial Research Orga ... Read »


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    • Michael W. Kirst

      Michael (Mike) W. Kirst is the current President of the California State Board of Education and Professor Emeritus of Education and Business Administration at Stanford University. The book he co-authored with Frederick Wirth, The Political Dynamics of American Education (now in its fourth edition), is widely used in th ... Read »


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    • Labels for Education

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    • Language Experience Approach

    • The Language Experience Approach (LEA) is a method for teaching literacy based on a child's existing experience of language. Some of the components of the LEA were used in the 1920s, and this approach to initial literacy has been more widely used for the past thirty years. Especially in the context of open learning, t ... Read »


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    • Large-group capacitation

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    • Learning alliance

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    • Learning analytics

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    • Learning development

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    • Learning environment

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    • Learning Resource Metadata Initiative

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    • Learning society

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    • Lifewide education

    • Lifewide education is an educational concept that recognizes that learning occurs in multiple contexts within a learner's life: school, home, work, etc. It is the means by which an educational institution encourages, supports and recognizes students' lifewide learning. It is a concept that is compared and contrasted t ... Read »


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    • Linguistic Imperialism

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    • List of educational institutions in Biratnagar

    • Biratnagar is one of the major hub for education in eastern Nepal. Many students from different places comes here for quality education. Every year this city produces qualitative skilled manpower. This article contains a list of educational institutions situated in Biratnagar. Universities and colleges: Medical colle ... Read »


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    • Chad A. Lupinacci

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    • Shaikha Al Maskari

    • Shaikha Al Maskari

      Her Excellency Dr. Shaikha Ali Salem Al Maskari (Arabic: سعادة الدكتورة شيخة المسكري) is Chairperson of Al Maskari Holding (AMH), Emirates & Al Maskari Holdings, and Tricon Energy Operations. Board memberships include GR Vision Pte Ltd and Property ... Read »


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    • Massive online open research

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    • Mathletics (educational software)

    • Mathletics is the flagship product of Australian educational company 3P Learning. The name Mathletics is a portmanteau of Mathematics and athletics and, as the name suggests, the product aims to help users master mathematics. Mathletics is targeted at the K-12 school market, with users in Australia, New Zealand, USA, ... Read »


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    • Matriculation examination

    • The term matriculation examination or matriculation exam refers to educational qualifications in many countries. Usually this has to do with student's transfer from secondary to tertiary education. For more detailed information, see "Matriculation". Depending on country, matriculation examination can mean: ... Read »


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    • Melodic learning

    • Melodic Learning is a multimodal learning method that uses the defining elements of singing (pitch, rhythm and rhyme) to facilitate the capture, storage and retrieval of information. Widely recognized examples of Melodic Learning include using the alphabet song to learn the alphabet and This Old Man to learn counting. ... Read »


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    • Midbrain Activation

    • Midbrain activation is a pseudoscience which claims to equip children to sense visual properties without actually seeing them, though science educators and rationalists go against it. Dr. Makoto Shichida who devoted more than 40 years of research into the functioning of the brain, actually uses the term “Interbra ... Read »


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    • Miller v. Korns

    • Miller v. Korns (1923) is one of the first Ohio Supreme Court cases to challenge the Ohio State General Assembly's system of school financing. The General Assembly redistributed excess tax revenues from some counties throughout the state to fund a fair and equal state school system. The plaintiff, however, claimed taki ... Read »


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    • Clyde R. Miller

    • Clyde R. Miller

      Clyde Raymond Miller (November 29, 1888 - February 17, 1958) was an Associate Professor of Education at Teachers College, Columbia University who co-founded the Institute for Propaganda Analysis with Edward A. Filene and Kirtley F. Mather in 1937. Miller began his career as a reporter for the Cleveland Plain Deale ... Read »


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    • Modern Muse

    • Modern Muse is an online platform and not-for-profit social enterprise designed to encourage the next generation of female business leaders and entrepreneurs. The platform, www.modernmuse.org, is aimed at girls aged 8 and above; it features the professional pathways of women from all walks of life, working across busi ... Read »


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    • Mr. Know It Owl

    • Mr. Know-It-Owl's Video School was a series of videos released on videocassette, and later repurposed to interactive CD-ROM, and is hosted by a purple owl puppet. The Mr. Know-It-Owl series was copyrighted by Apollo Educational Video (the home video arm of AIMS Media, later AIMS Multimedia). Aimed at younger children, ... Read »


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    • Quddus Muhammadiy

    • Quddus Muhammadiy

      Quddus Muhammadiy was a Ubekistani author of children's literature, a poet, academic writer and playwright. He was born to a family of farmers in Tashkent on October 25, 1907. After secondary-agricultural school, he studied at the faculty of biology at the University of Central Asia. His first works were published in ... Read »


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    • Museum folklore

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    • My School System

    • My School System commonly known as My School is an independent, ISO 9001:2008 compliant, English-medium co-education school in Mirpurkhas city, Sindh. It is a highly selective, coeducational day school serving more than 120 students aged between three and sixteen years. My School System was founded in 2012, however, i ... Read »


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    • National curriculum

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    • National Public School, Banashankari

    • National Public School, Banashankari

           Challengers      Explorers      Pioneers National Public School, Banashankari (abbreviated as NPS BSK or NPS-B) is a school located in Bangalore, India established in 2013. It is sister branch of National Public School, Rajajinagar, headed by Dr. K. P. Gopalkrishna. It is loc ... Read »


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    • Noodle Education

    • Noodle, based in New York, NY, is a company that helps students make decisions about education. The company provides expert advice and comprehensive data on more than 700,000 education providers and resources, including preschools, K-12 schools, colleges, graduate programs, tutors, and learning materials. “Noodle ... Read »


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    • Northwest Institute of Literary Arts

    • The Northwest Institute of Literary Arts (NILA) was a non-profit 501(c)3 Master of Fine Arts in Creative Writing low-residency program founded by the Whidbey Island Writers Association, in operation for twelve years, from 2005 to 2016. Beginning with an enrollment of nine students, the NILA MFA program grew to a peak e ... Read »


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    • Numbers heads together

    • A cooperative learning strategy holds each individual student for learning the material. Students are divided in-group and each student will be given a number (from one to maximum number in each group). For Example: Learners are given problem for getting the solution and they put their head together and finally GE ... Read »


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    • Oscar Olsson

    • Oscar Ulrik Bernhardin Olsson, born in Helsingborg on the 4th of July 1877 and died in Danderyd on 25 January 1950. He is regarded as the father of study circles. He created the first study circle in Sweden in 1902 as part of the International Order of Good Templars The study circle for the International Order of Good ... Read »


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    • Outline of open educational resources

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    • Open learning

    • Open learning is an innovative movement in education that emerged in the 1970s and evolved into fields of practice and study. The term refers generally to activities that either enhance learning opportunities within formal education systems or broaden learning opportunities beyond formal education systems. Open learnin ... Read »


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    • OpenTuition

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      OpenTuition.com is an online learning site, providing free online training in accountancy and financial services. Founded by John Moffat in 2008, it is based in Riga, Latvia. OpenTuition has over 300,000 registered students both in the UK and overseas who are studying for the professional accountancy qualifications: A ... Read »


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    • Terry A. Osborn

    • Terry A. Osborn, Ph.D., (born November 30, 1966), married to Dina Ciotola Osborn, is an American academic authority in applied linguistics and critical pedagogy. He is currently Vice Chancellor of Academic and Student Affairs at the University of South Florida Sarasota-Manatee, having served as Interim Chancellor in 20 ... Read »


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    • Wesley Owiti

    • Wesley Owiti (born 6 September 1988) is the co-founder and CEO of Cherehani Africa, a social enterprise in Kenya that offers training on tailoring /fashion business, leadership, entrepreneurship and financial knowledge to the less fortunate women in the rural areas and on completion of their training provides sewing ma ... Read »


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    • Parlour boarder

    • A parlour boarder is an archaic term for a privileged category of pupil at a boarding school. Parlour boarders are described by a modern historian as paying more than the other pupils, in return for which they got a room of their own A parlour was a small reception room, from the French "parler", implying a place for q ... Read »


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    • Pedagogical agent

    • A pedagogical agent is a concept borrowed from computer science and artificial intelligence and applied to education, usually as part of an intelligent tutoring system (ITS). It is a simulated human-like interface between the learner and the content, in an educational environment. A pedagogical agent is designed to mod ... Read »


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    • Baskaran Pillai

    • Baskaran Pillai

      Baskaran Pillai, also known as Dattatreya Siva Baba or Siva Baba, is an accomplished master of the Tamil Siddha tradition and one of the first of his lineage to bring secretive knowledge of the Tamil Siddhas to the West. Wayne Dyer was the first celebrity to follow and publicize Pillai’s manifestation teachings th ... Read »


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    • William M. Plater

    • William Marmaduke Plater (born July 26, 1945) is an American higher education consultant and Indiana University Chancellor’s Professor Emeritus of Public Affairs, Philanthropy, and English, and Executive Vice Chancellor and Dean of the Faculties Emeritus at Indiana University-Purdue University Indianapolis (IUPUI ... Read »


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    • Poeta Foix school of Barcelone

    • The school Poeta Foix of Barcelone offers elementary and primary education. The school is located in street Balmes 298 in district Farró de Sarrià-Sant Gervasi of Barcelone. The school assures a public education. ... Read »


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    • Polimedia

    • Polimedia is a system designed at the Universitat Politècnica de València for the creation of high resolution multimedia educational content in a cheap and easy way. Specification consists of a mini-recording studio with a video camera, a computer for the author and a computer for the capture and encoding proces ... Read »


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    • Politics in education

    • As an academic discipline the study of politics in education has two main roots. The first root is based on theories from political science while the second root is footed in organizational theory. Political science attempts to explain how societies and social organizations use power to establish regulations and alloca ... Read »


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    • Positive Behavior Interventions and Supports

    • Positive Behavior Interventions and Supports (PBIS) is a set of ideas and tools that schools use to improve the behavior of students. PBIS uses evidence and data-based programs, practices and strategies to frame behavioral improvement in terms of student growth in academic performance, safety, behavior, and establishin ... Read »


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    • Positive education

    • Positive education is an approach to education that draws on positive psychology's emphasis of individual strengths and personal motivation to promote learning. Unlike traditional school approaches in which teachers attempt to tailor their material to a mythical "average" student, and move the class altogether using th ... Read »


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    • Positive handling

    • Positive handling is a term used in British primary and special-needs education for physical restraint. It has been described as "risk-reduced physical interventions that form part of the holistic response" The term has been in use since at least 2000. Positive handling refers to a graduated approach that moves toward ... Read »


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    • Pre-service teacher education

    • Pre-service teacher education is the education and training provided to student teachers before they have undertaken any teaching. Before entering into a pre-service education program, most students will have obtained a previous academic degree, either a general or honours, in a subject of their choice, (e.g. Engl ... Read »


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    • Professional school

    • A professional school is a graduate school level institution that prepares students for careers in specific fields. Some of the schools also offer undergraduate degrees in specific professions. Examples of this type of school include: ... Read »


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    • Qiyas Tests

    • Qiyas Tests (school calendar measurement of the secondary and tertiary school students abilities tests) are a group test data for college admissions in Saudi universities Saudi students and offered in high school and attend college before and some Alalchtbarat after graduation from the university. It is one of the Nati ... Read »


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    • Quaid-E-Azam Divisional Public School and College

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      Quaid-E-Azam Divisional Public School and College is an educational institution for boys and girls of the Gujranwala division of the Pujab in Pakistan. It is located on G.T.road 1 km from Aziz cross (pindi bypass) inside Gujranwala, Punjab, Pakistan. It is a semi governmental institution. It is a public college with ... Read »


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    • Radio-frequency identification in schools

    • Various schools have been using radio-frequency identification technology to record and monitor students. It is thought that the first school in the USA to introduce RFID technology was Spring Independent School District near Houston, Texas. In 2004, it gave 28,000 students RFID badges to record when students got ... Read »


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    • Rally table

    • Round Table or Rally Table is a strategic learning method and comes under cooperative learning method. In this process, the class or the students are divided into groups. This is done to encourage group learning, team building and cooperative learning. It is the written version of Robin Table. The group of student ... Read »


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    • Reading specialist certification

    • Reading Specialist Certification is required to serve as a reading specialist in elementary and high schools. Reading specialists are professionals who aim to improve reading achievement in their district or school by serving as teachers, coaches, or leaders of school reading programs. The reading specialist is authori ... Read »


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    • Recognition of prior learning

    • Recognition of prior learning (RPL), prior learning assessment (PLA), or prior learning assessment and recognition (PLAR), describes a process used by regulatory bodies, adult learning centres, career development practitioners, military organizations, human resource professionals, employers, training institutions, coll ... Read »


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    • Relative age effect

    • The term relative age effect (RAE) is used to describe a bias, evident in the upper echelons of youth sport and academia, where participation is higher amongst those born early in the relevant selection period (and correspondingly lower amongst those born late in the selection period) than would be expected from the no ... Read »


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    • Religiosity and education

    • The relationship between the level of religiosity and the level of education has been studied since the second half of the 20th century. The parameters of the two components diverse: the "level of religiosity" remains a concept which is difficult to differentiate scientifically, while the "level of education" is easie ... Read »


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    • Remedial education

    • Remedial education (also known as developmental education, basic skills education, compensatory education, preparatory education, and academic upgrading) is assigned to assist students in order to achieve expected competencies in core academic skills such as literacy and numeracy. Whereas special education is designed ... Read »


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    • Remove (education)

    • A Remove Class in education was a group of students at an English Public School who were prevented from going up with their peers in order to receive extra tuition. In Frank Richards' Billy Bunter series the Remove Class are the focus for all the stories. In some public schools in more recent times, e.g.Shrewsbury Sc ... Read »


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    • Rhizomatic learning

    • Rhizomatic learning is a variety of pedagogical practices informed by the work of Gilles Deleuze and Félix Guattari. Explored initially as an application of post-structural thought to education, it has more recently been identified as methodology for net-enabled education. In contrast to goal-directed and hierarchic ... Read »


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