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    • 8-4-4 Curriculum in Kenya

    • In 1985, former Kenyan President Daniel arap Moi introduced the 8-4-4 System educational program, which adopted eight years of primary education, four years of secondary education and four years of university education. With the introduction of the 8-4-4 system CPE became KCPE (Kenya Certificate of Primary Education) w ... Read »


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    • Aalto University School of Engineering

    • Aalto University School of Engineering

      Aalto University School of Engineering (Finnish: Aalto-yliopiston insinööritieteiden korkeakoulu, Swedish: Aalto-universitetets högskola för ingenjörsvetenskaper) is part of Aalto University . It is one of the four new schools of technology established on 1 January 2011 from Aalto University School of Sc ... Read »


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    • Academic Earth

    • Academic Earth is a website launched on March 24, 2009, by Richard Ludlow and co-founders Chris Bruner and Liam Pisano, which offers free online video lectures from universities such as UC Berkeley, UCLA, University of Michigan, Harvard, MIT, Princeton, Stanford, and Yale in the subjects of Astronomy, Biology, Chemistr ... Read »


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    • Academic grading in Costa Rica

    • Academic grading in Costa Rica is based on a 100-point scale. For primary school level, a score of 65 is good enough to pass, while in high school and further levels the pass grade is 70/100. Students who attain between 60 and the passing grade get the chance to take an extra test that reviews the whole year's curric ... Read »


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    • Academic grading in Kyrgyzstan

    • Kyrgyzstan employs a five-point grading system: Teachers and professors enter grades into an official book carried by each student, which is usually called by its Russian name of zachòtka. Students then display these books to potential employers and universities. ... Read »


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    • Academic program prioritization

    • Academic program prioritization is the activity or process in which an academic institution assesses and prioritizes its programs for the purpose of more strategically allocating its funding and resources. This is a process a school engages in when it intends to make systematic changes. For instance, Boise State Univer ... Read »


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    • Academic specialization

    • In academia, specialization (or specialisation) may be a course of study or major at an academic institution or may refer to the field that a practices in. ... Read »


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    • Academic standards

    • Academic standards are the benchmarks of quality and excellence in education such as the rigour of curricula and the difficulty of examinations. The creation of universal academic standards requires agreement on rubrics, criteria or other systems of coding academic achievement. At colleges and universities, faculty are ... Read »


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    • Academic tenure

    • A professor or curator with academic tenure has an appointment that lasts until retirement age, except for dismissal with just cause. A common justification for tenure is the principle of academic freedom, which holds that it is beneficial for state, society and academy in the long run if scholars are free to examine, ... Read »


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    • Accredited Symbian Developer

    • Accredited Symbian Developer (ASD) was a now defunct accreditation program for software developers using Symbian OS, a mobile phone operating system, having been terminated in April 2011 after the closure of Symbian Foundation. The scheme was operated independently on the Foundation's behalf by Majinate Limited, which ... Read »


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    • Actionbioscience

    • Action Bioscience is a non-commercial, educational web site sponsored by the American Institute of Biological Sciences (AIBS) . It was created to promote bioscience literacy and bring attention to seven bioscience issues of critical current importance: 1) Biodiversity, 2) Environment, 3) Genomics, 4) Biotechnology, 5) ... Read »


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    • Actual development level

    • Actual development level refers to how much a child can achieve independently without the assistance of a parents, teachers, or peers. ... Read »


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    • Adjunct professor

    • Adjunct professor (adjunct lecturer and adjunct instructor, or adjunct faculty collectively) is a broad-concept type of professors and faculty (academic staff) in higher education, at an academic rank below the highest level of professorship. For example, adjuncts are non-tenure-track faculty in the U.S. and in Canada. ... Read »


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    • Age segregation in schools

    • Age segregation in schools, age grading, or graded education is the separation of students into years of education (grades, forms) by approximately the same age. In the United States, graded education was introduced during 1848 to 1870. Age grading in schools has significant impact on age segregation among adolescent ... Read »


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    • AJK Board of Intermediate and Secondary Education, Mirpur

    • The Azad Jammu & Kashmir Board of Intermediate and Secondary Education Mirpur (AJKBISE) was established in 1973 through an ordinance promulgated by the Azad Government of the State of Azad Jammu & Kashmir. Before that Azad territorial Kashmir was included in jurisdiction of the Board of Intermediate and Secondary Educa ... Read »


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    • Al-Azhar English Training Centre

    • The Al-Azhar English Training Centre (AAETC) is an English language teaching facility at Al-Azhar University in Cairo funded by Al Azhar University with the support of the British government. The centre opened in February 2008 and is managed by the British Council. The centre aims to give students the skills to "discus ... Read »


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    • All About Us: Living and Growing

    • All About Us: Living and Growing is a British Sex and Relationships Education series for 5–13 year olds published by Channel 4 on VHS and DVD. The series is often referred to by its short name of Living and Growing. It covers the differences between a boy and a girl, Puberty, how babies are made and how babies are ... Read »


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    • All but dissertation

    • "All but dissertation" (ABD) is an unofficial term identifying a stage in the process of obtaining a research doctorate in the United States and Canada. In typical usage of the term, the ABD student has completed the required preparatory coursework, and passed any required preliminary and comprehensive examinations, b ... Read »


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    • Allowed to keep terms

    • Allowed to keep terms (ATKT) is a process in the Indian education system to allow students of pre-graduation and graduation to study in the next grade if they have failed in 1 to 4 subjects. The students must pass the papers they failed before entering into the next grade. For example, if a first-year bachelor's degree ... Read »


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    • Alternative Medicine Research Institute

    • The Alternative Medicine Research Institute is an advocacy group promoting alternative medicines, including regulated ones such as homeopathy, as well as non-regulated ones. AMRO seeks to perpetuate these alternative medicine practices. ... Read »


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    • Ambassadors Group

    • Ambassadors Group, Inc.

      Ambassadors Group, Inc. is a defunct publicly traded educational travel company based in Spokane, Washington. It was originally an operating division of Ambassadors International, Inc., but was divested into a separate corporation in 2002 to form the company under its current name. The CEO is Jeffrey Thomas, whose 2009 ... Read »


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    • Animated narrative vignette

    • An animated narrative vignette (ANV) is an instructional technology used to motivate and facilitate role-playing, problem solving, and discussion. Teachers develop the ANVs to present in class or in online training. Students might also create them in experiential learning exercises. They provide computer animation repr ... Read »


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    • Anti-oppressive education

    • Anti-oppressive education encompasses multiple approaches to learning that actively challenge forms of oppression. Anti-oppressive education is premised on the notion that many traditional and commonsense ways of engaging in "education" actually contribute to oppression in schools and society. It also relies on th ... Read »


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    • Architecture studio

    • Architecture studio is a class in an undergraduate or graduate professional architecture program (such as a Bachelor of Architecture or Master of Architecture program) in which students receive hands-on instruction in architectural design. Typically, architecture studio classes include distinctive educational technique ... Read »


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    • Asia Pacific Leadership Program

    • Asia Pacific Leadership Program (APLP) is the signature program of the East-West Center linking advanced and interdisciplinary analysis of emergent regional issues with experiential leadership learning. It is a certificate program for graduate-level students and mid-level professionals held at University of Hawaii at ... Read »


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    • Asian Future Leaders Scholarship

    • The Asian Future Leaders Scholarship Program (Chinese: 亚洲未来领袖奖学金计划, AFLSP) is a newly launched program established by the Bai Xian Education Foundation (百贤教育基金会). In its pilot phase, it will offer 100 students full scholarships to ... Read »


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    • Assessment centre

    • An asessment centre is a process where candidates are assessed to determine their suitability for specific types of employment, especially management or military command. The candidates' personality and aptitudes are determined by a variety of techniques including interviews, group exercises, presentations, (assessment ... Read »


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    • Assignment cover sheet

    • An assignment cover sheet is a paper used by students when completing assignments at university for their courses. These coversheets generally contain metadata about the assignment (such as the name of the student and the course number). This aids the efficient handling of assignments. Other types of data may be includ ... Read »


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    • Assistant teacher

    • Assistant teachers are additional teachers assisting a primary teacher, often in the same classroom. An example of the use of assistant teachers is the German assistant teacher programme of the Educational Exchange Service. British schools employ teaching assistants, who are not qualified teachers, and as such, are g ... Read »


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    • Associate of Science in Respiratory Care

    • An Associate of Science in Respiratory Care (ASRC) is an entry-level tertiary education respiratory therapy degree. In the United States, this type of degree is usually awarded by community colleges or similar respiratory schools. Some four year colleges also offer this degree. Students in the United States awarded an ... Read »


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    • Association of Catholic Colleges and Universities

    • Association of Catholic Colleges and Universities

      The Association of Catholic Colleges and Universities or ACCU is a voluntary association of delegates from Catholic institutions of higher learning. It was founded in 1899 by fifty-three delegates from Catholic colleges across the United States. Currently the association includes more than 90% of accredited Catholic in ... Read »


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    • Astronomy education

    • Astronomy education or astronomy education research (AER) refers both to the methods currently used to teach astronomy and to an area of pedagogical research that seeks to improve those methods. While significant parts of astronomy education overlap with physics education, astronomy education has its own ... Read »


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    • Attestation of College Studies

    • Attestation of College Studies (ACS) (French: Attestation d'études collégiales (AEC)) is the name for a certificate awarded by a college in the Canadian province of Quebec. The Quebec education system is unique in North America, one aspect of that uniqueness is that it is the only system that has four different e ... Read »


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    • Doctor of Audiology

    • The Doctor of Audiology (Au.D.) is a professional degree for an audiologist. The Au.D. program is designed to produce audiologists who are skilled in providing diagnostic, rehabilitative, and other services associated with hearing, balance, tinnitus management, and related audiological fields. These individuals help pa ... Read »


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    • Australia Universities Quality Agency

    • The Australian Universities Quality Agency (AUQA) was established in 2000, and was the government body responsible for providing audit of higher education institutions in Australia until it was dissolved in 2011. Its functions were transferred to the Tertiary Education Quality and Standards Agency (TEQSA). ... Read »


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    • Australian Computers in Education Conference

    • The Australian Computers in Education Conference (ACEC) is the biennial conference of the Australian Council for Computers in Education (ACCE). The conference brings together educators from across Australia and around the world who are interested in the use of information and communication technologies to support and e ... Read »


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    • Baby video

    • Baby videos are educational tools which can be used for teaching babies as young as six months, introducing the alphabet, different sights, shapes and colors, numbers and counting. Baby videos can be used for helping babies learn important educational skills, comprehension, introduction to the environment, as well as m ... Read »


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    • Bachelor of Architectural Studies

    • The Bachelor of Architectural Studies is a bachelor's degree for studies in the field of architecture. It generally takes three to four years. A Bachelor of Architectural Studies may lead on to a Master of Architecture, or a Bachelor of Architecture. In some countries, this degree may allow people to be officially re ... Read »


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    • Bachelor of Arts and Science

    • Bachelor of Arts and Science (B.A.S. or B.A.&Sc. or B.A.Sc.) is an undergraduate bachelor's degree conferred by a small number of American universities and a fair number of universities in other English-speaking countries (including Canada and Australia). Generally, to receive a B.A.S. degree, a student would need to c ... Read »


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    • Bachelor of Asian Studies

    • The Bachelor of Asian Studies (B.As.) is a bachelor's degree for asian studies. B.As. courses take 3 or 4 years. Bachelor of Asian Studies courses often require students to study one Asian language in-depth, such as Arabic, Chinese, Hindi, Indonesian, Japanese, Korean, Thai, Lao, Urdu, Persian, or Vietnamese. B.As. g ... Read »


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    • Bachelor of Aviation

    • The Bachelor of Aviation (BAvn) is a bachelor's degree for studies in the field of aviation. It takes 3 years to complete the degree. This degree also trains students in engineering, and electronics, teaching students to run, fly, design, manage, and operate aviation systems all over the world. Careers are availab ... Read »


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    • Bachelor of Business

    • A Bachelor of Business (B.Bus, BBus, BBus (Major)) is a three or four year business degree offered by traditional and newer universities from the post-Dawkins era in Australia and New Zealand. It is similar in format and structure to a Bachelor of Commerce (BCom), Bachelor of Business Administration (BBA), Bachelor of ... Read »


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    • Bachelor of Business Administration

    • The Bachelor of Business Administration (BBA or B.B.A.) is a bachelor's degree in commerce and business administration. The degree is conferred after four years of full-time study in one or more areas of business concentrations. The BBA program usually includes general business courses and advanced courses for specific ... Read »


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    • Bachelor of Economics

    • The Bachelor of Economics (BEc, BEconSc, BA(Econ), BSc(Econ), BSSc(Econ) or BBA(Econ)) is a three-year academic degree in the social sciences encompassing both literal and quantitative courses. Typical mandatory courses for the degree include, but are not limited to: microeconomics, macroeconomics, econometrics, econom ... Read »


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    • Bachelor of Electrical Engineering

    • Bachelor of Electrical Engineering (B.E.E.) is an undergraduate academic degree offered to a student who completes three to five years of study in electrical engineering at a university. Many schools offer a Bachelor of Science in Electrical Engineering, a B.S.E.E., or simply a B.S. BSc in EE undergraduate program dura ... Read »


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    • Bachelor of Film and Television

    • Bachelor of Film and Television (usually BF&TV or BFTV) is an undergraduate bachelor's degree awarded to students who have studied elements of Filmmaking and Television production at a three-year accredited university, or a four-year accredited college. This degree is a relatively new degree program offered mainly in ... Read »


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    • Bachelor of Human Kinetics

    • A Bachelor of Human Kinetics (BHk or BHKin) or Bachelor of Science in Human Kinetics (BScHK) is a four-year academic degree awarded by a university upon the completion of a program of study of Human kinetics. Specializations within this degree can include: Athletic Therapy, Kinesiology, Physical Education, Recreation, ... Read »


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    • Bachelor of Independent Studies

    • A Bachelor of Independent Studies is an undergraduate academic degree. Its program of studies is unique to each student, and the individual curricula are largely determined by each student. It may focus in any field, and generally has two phases: a pre-thesis phase, in which the student takes courses or reading courses ... Read »


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    • Bachelor of Industrial Design

    • The Bachelor of Industrial Design (B.I.D.) is an undergraduate academic degree awarded by a university for a four-year course of study that specializes on the design of industrial products. ... Read »


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    • Bachelor of Integrated Studies

    • Bachelor of Integrated Studies (BIS) is an interdisciplinary bachelor's degree offered by several universities in the United States and Canada. It allows students to design a customized and specific course of study to best suit their educational and professional objectives. Generally, this degree is sponsored by two or ... Read »


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    • Bachelor of Library Science

    • The bachelor of library science (or “bachelor of library and information science”) is a degree sometimes awarded to students majoring in library science. It is commonly abbreviated as “B.L.S.”, “B.Lib.”, or “B.L.I.S.”, often with the periods omitted (“BLS”, “BLibâ ... Read »


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    • Bachelor of Physical Education

    • A Bachelor of Physical Education (BPE or BPhEd) is a bachelor degree granted by some universities. In many Canadian universities it has been replaced by a Bachelor of Kinesiology. The degree can include topics such as sport science, coaching, and outdoor education. In India, Bachelor of Physical Education Degree is kno ... Read »


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    • Bachelor of Religious Education

    • The Bachelor of Religious Education, or BRE, or B.R.E. is an undergraduate degree. It offers a broad education in the areas of scripture and theology. It differs from a BA degree in that approximately three-quarters of the program is invested in studies outside of the liberal arts. This degree is primarily offered by i ... Read »


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    • Bachelor of Science in Aquatic Resources and Technology

    • The Bachelor of Science in Aquatic Resources and Technology (B.Sc in AQT) (or Bachelor of Aquatic Resource) is an undergraduate degree that prepares students to pursue careers in the public, private, or non-profit sector in areas such as marine science, fisheries science, aquaculture, aquatic resource technology, food ... Read »


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    • Bachelor of Science in Law

    • The Bachelor of Science in Law (BSL) is a somewhat special-purpose undergraduate degree that is typically intended for students who have completed some undergraduate education, but not received a baccalaureate degree, and are intending to resume their education and commence the study of law, ultimately towards a Juris ... Read »


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    • Bachelor of Science in Paramedicine

    • The Bachelor of Science Degree in Paramedicine is a four-year academic degree in the science and principles of paramedicine, granted by a tertiary education university or similarly accredited school. Though one is eligible to sit for the US National Registry examination, administered by the National Registry of Emergen ... Read »


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    • The Bad Kids

    • The Bad Kids is a 2016 documentary film about students at risk of dropping out who attend an alternative school in Yucca Valley, California. The film follows three at-risk students during a year at Black Rock Continuation High School. It captures Principal Vonda Viland as she coaches the teens: Lee Bridges, who has a ... Read »


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    • Bangsaen College

    • Burapha University

      Burapha University (BUU) (Thai: มหาวิทยาลัยบูรพา) is one of Thailand's public universities. It is in the coastal town of Saen Suk, near the beach of Bangsaen in Chonburi Province. It was established on 8 July 1955, originating from Bangsaen ... Read »


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    • Baylander (IX-514)

    • Baylander

      Baylander (IX-514), ex-Skilak and ex-YFU-79, was a United States Navy Helicopter Landing Trainer (HLT), billed as the world's smallest aircraft carrier. It served as a practice landing site for helicopter pilots in the United States Navy, Army, Air Force, Marine Corps, Coast Guard, and National Guard. The ship ent ... Read »


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    • Beca (garment)

    • The beca is worn on the breast and shoulder, over the doublet. The colors of the beca and the coat of arms embroidered on it identify the university and school or faculty that the tuno belongs to. The beca is given to the tuno by his companions when they consider that he has enough experience, and is fit to represent h ... Read »


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    • Board of education

    • A board of education, school committee or school board is the board of directors or board of trustees of a school, local school district or higher administrative level. The elected council helps determine educational policy in a small regional area, such as a city, county, state or province. It usually shares power wi ... Read »


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    • Board of Intermediate and Secondary Education, Abbottabad

    • Board of Intermediate and Secondary Education, Abbottabad is the Intermediate Education Governmental body in Pakistan. It is authorized with financial and administrative authority to organize, manage, regulate, develop and control intermediate and secondary education in general and accomplish examinations in the instit ... Read »


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    • Board of Intermediate and Secondary Education, Bahawalpur

    • Includes districts:Bahawalpur DistrictBahawalnagar District The Board of Intermediate and Secondary Education, Bahawalpur is a board of Punjab located in Bahawalpur. Jurisdiction of Bahawalpur board includes following districts: ... Read »


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    • Board of Intermediate and Secondary Education, Dera Ghazi Khan

    • Board of Intermediate and Secondary Education, Dera Ghazi Khan

      Includes Districts The Board of Intermediate and S econdary Education, Dera Ghazi Khan is a government body located in the Chowk Sarwar Wali. The jurisdiction of DG Khan Board includes the following districts: ... Read »


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    • Board of Intermediate and Secondary Education, Faisalabad

    • Board of Intermediate and Secondary Education, Faisalabad

      Faisalabad Division which includes Districts The Board of Intermediate and Secondary Education, Faisalabad is the intermediate education governmental body in Faisalabad Division. The Board of Intermediate and Secondary Education Faisalabad came into being in 1988. The current jurisdiction of the board was first u ... Read »


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    • Board of Intermediate and Secondary Education, Gujranwala

    • Board of Intermediate and Secondary Education, Gujranwala

      Gujranwala Division which includes Districts The Board of Intermediate and Secondary Education, Gujranwala is a body corporate under section 3(2) of Punjab Board of Intermediate and Secondary Education Act 1976. The Gujranwala city is located on the famous GT road 68 km on north side from Lahore and 220 km on so ... Read »


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    • Board of Intermediate and Secondary Education, Larkana

    • Includes districts The Board of Intermediate and Secondary Education, Larkana is an educational board in Sindh. The jurisdiction of Larkana Board includes following districts: ... Read »


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    • Board of Intermediate and Secondary Education, Multan

    • Board of Intermediate and Secondary Education, Multan
      بورڈ آف انٹرمیڈیٹ اینڈ سیکنڈری ایجوکیشن، ملتان

      Multan Division which includes Districts The Board of Intermediate and Secondary Education, Multan was established on 30 March 1968. It is located near Gol Bagh, Gulgasht Colony, Multan. It is responsible to take all Matriculation (Secondary) and Intermediate (Higher Secondary) exams (F.A /F.Sc.) of Multan Division sc ... Read »


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    • Board of Intermediate and Secondary Education, Peshawar

    • The Board of Intermediate and Secondary Education is an educational government organisation in Peshawar Division. The BISE head-office is located in Peshawar. BISE Peshawar was established in 1961 by the Government of Khyber Pakhtunkhwa. Early it was controlling the intermediate education of whole Khyber Pakhtunkh ... Read »


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    • Board of Intermediate and Secondary Education, Sahiwal

    • Board of Intermediate and Secondary Education, Sahiwal

      The Board of Intermediate and Secondary Education is the intermediate education control government body in Sahiwal Division. Its head-office is located in Sahiwal. The BISE was established on June 15, 2012 by the Higher Education Department (HED) of the Punjab. Before its establishment Sahiwal and Vehari were faci ... Read »


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    • Board of Intermediate and Secondary Education, Sargodha

    • Board of Intermediate and Secondary Education, Sargodha

      Sargodha Division which includes Districts The Board of Intermediate and Secondary Education, Sargodha is an Intermediate Education Board and a government body in Sargodha City of Pakistan. BISE Sargodha was established in 1968 under the West Pakistan Board of Intermediate and secondary ( Sargodha and Multan ). B ... Read »


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    • Board of Intermediate Education, Karachi

    • Karachi Board of Intermediate Education

      It was established as a separate entity in 1974 through the "Sindh Boards of Intermediate and Secondary Education" amendment act No. 20 page 31 of the 1973 book of documentation. The Board has the power to organize, regulate, develop and control Intermediate Education. The Board of Secondary Education, Karachi has simi ... Read »


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    • Board of Secondary Education, Karachi

    • The Board of Secondary Education, Karachi (BSEK) is an educational organisation, and government body in Karachi, Pakistan. It was established in 1974 by the Government of Sindh through the Sindh Boards of Intermediate and Secondary Education amendment act No. 20 of 1973 along with BIEK. BSEK controls and organizes the ... Read »


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    • Book report

    • A book report is an essay discussing the contents of a book, written as part of a class assignment issued to students in schools, particularly in the United States at the elementary school level. Teachers frequently give students a list of books from which they may choose one for the report, although sometimes student ... Read »


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    • Business student

    • Business student usually refers to a person who obtained a university degree in Business Administration. Graduates obtaining degree in Business Administration usually with a major in general management, finance, accounting, marketing or strategy. Students graduating with such a degree usually start their careers in the ... Read »


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    • C.F.Mott Teachers' Training College


    • Cairo Higher Institute for Drama Studies


    • Campus tour

    • A campus tour is a tour of a college or university's campus. Prospective students, their family members and other visitors take campus tours to learn about the college or university's facilities, as well as student life, culture on campus, academics, and programs offered by the institution. During these tours prospecti ... Read »


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    • Cand.scient.

    • Candidatus scientiarum (male), or candidata scientiarum (female), abbreviated as cand.scient., is an academic degree currently awarded in Denmark and formerly awarded in Norway. In Denmark, cand.scient. is a higher-level degree awarded as a Kandidat (Candidate) degree by Danish universities to graduate students in the ... Read »


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    • Cape Town Open Education Declaration

    • The Cape Town Open Education Declaration is a major international statement on open access, open education and open educational resources. It emerged from a conference on open education hosted in Cape Town on 14 and 15 September 2007 by the Shuttleworth Foundation and the Open Society Institute. The "aim of this meetin ... Read »


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    • CAPLE

    • CAPLE (Centro de Avaliação de Português Língua Estrangeira or Centre for Evaluation of Portuguese as a Foreign Language) is a certificate of proficiency in Standard European Portuguese as a second language developed by Faculty of Letters at the University of Lisbon, and it is offered in Portugal and 45 othe ... 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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    • Careers advisor

    • A careers advisor gives information about education and work opportunities to children and youths. Careers advisors give information about opportunities, as well as helping with competencies and help with CVs and application forms. They normally work at an office where children go there to make "tests" and at the end o ... Read »


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    • Carnegie rule

    • The Carnegie rule is a rule of thumb suggesting how much outside-of-classroom study time is required to succeed in an average college course. Typically the Carnegie Rule is reported as two to three hours of outside work required for each hour spent in the classroom. ... Read »


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    • CELPE-Bras

    • CELPE-Bras - Certificado de Proficiência em Língua Portuguesa para Estrangeiros or Certificate of Proficiency in Portuguese for Foreigners) is the only certificate of proficiency in Brazilian Portuguese as a Second language officially recognized and developed by the Brazilian Ministry of Education (MEC). The Celp ... Read »


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    • Cephalonian method

    • The cephalonian method is a method of active learning for library orientation first made popular in the United Kingdom at Cardiff University. Introduced to a wider audience in 2004 by Linda Davies and Nigel Morgan, the method consists of giving the students at a library orientation class cards with prepared questions t ... Read »


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    • Certificate of attendance

    • A certificate of attendance (also certificate of participation or certificate of completion) is an official document proving the attendance of a class, a language course or a training course. Although it could increase the prospects of professional promotion, this type of certificate is not a credential because it doe ... Read »


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    • Certificate of Attendance

    • A certificate of attendance (also certificate of participation or certificate of completion) is an official document proving the attendance of a class, a language course or a training course. Although it could increase the prospects of professional promotion, this type of certificate is not a credential because it doe ... Read »


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    • Certificate of Secondary Education Examination

    • The Certificate of Secondary Education Examination (CSEE) is an academic O Level examination that is done by Form four students (12th grade) across Tanzania to prepare them for their A level studies. The exams are usually done between late September to early or mid November and they are managed by the National Examinat ... Read »


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    • Certified MBA

    • Certified MBA (CMBA) was a professional certification designed as an "objective measure of a student's grasp of the MBA skill set". It was offered by the International Certification Institute. The CMBA focused on the "10 key subject areas" comprising the MBA "core curriculum" (Financial Accounting, Management Accounti ... Read »


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    • Certified software manager

    • Certified software manager (CSM) is a professional designation for IT asset management. The course was developed by the Software Publishers Association (now SIIA) in 1994 as a component of one of the first global anti-piracy efforts, led by Ken Wasch. In 2004, administration of the CSM, and its successor class the Adva ... Read »


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    • Changjiang Scholars Program

    • The Changjiang (Yangtze River) Scholar award (Chinese: 长江学者奖励计划; pinyin: chángjiāng xuézhě jiānglì jìhuà), is the highest academic award issued to an individual in higher education by the Ministry of Education (中华人民共和国æ ... Read »


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    • CIUTI

    • Conférence Internationale Permanente d'Instituts Universitaires de Traducteurs et Interprètes (French for International Standing Conference of University Institutes of Translators and Interpreters), abbreviated as CIUTI, is an international academy associating translation and interpretation institutes affiliated ... Read »


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    • Clinical clerkship

    • Clinical clerkships encompass a period of medical education in which students – medical, nursing, dental, or otherwise – practice medicine under the supervision of a health practitioner. In medical education, a clerkship, or rotation, refers to the practice of medicine by medical students (M.D., D.O., D.P.M) ... Read »


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    • Cognitive academic language proficiency

    • Cognitive academic language proficiency (CALP) is a language-related term developed by Jim Cummins which refers to formal academic learning, as opposed to BICS. In schools today, the terms BICS and CALP are most frequently used to discuss the language proficiency levels of students who are in the process of acquiring a ... Read »


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    • Cohort (educational group)

    • A cohort is a group of students who work through a curriculum together to achieve the same academic degree together. Cohortians are the individual members of such a group. Cohorts have become popular in online education as a way to address the lack of traditional social interaction that is common in on-site education. ... Read »


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    • Collaborative bargaining

    • Collaborative bargaining is a style of negotiation which recognises the interests of the other party and emphasises cooperation between them. It was especially promoted, practised and studied in the negotiations between school districts and teaching unions in the United States in the 1990s. It is compared and contraste ... Read »


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    • College entrance exam

    • The term College entrance exam may refer to any standardized test which is needed in order for one to be considered eligible for application by a post-secondary institution. Such examinations may include ... Read »


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    • College preparatory course

    • A College preparatory course is a means by which college bound high school students may better meet the more stringent scholastic requirements for entry into colleges and universities. Students taking college-preparatory courses may have an increased quantity of classwork, and expectations to achieve are at a higher le ... Read »


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    • College Student Personnel

    • College Student Personnel (CSP) is an academic study area offered at the master’s and above level at several universities. A degree in this field often leads to a career in Student Affairs or Enrollment Management. Bucknell University also has this as an undergraduate concentration and is the only university in th ... Read »


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    • CollegeTimes

    • CollegeTimes is a life hacking blog focused on "real world education" that features an online database of more than 15,000 colleges and universities and their accompanying "uncensored" student reviews, which claims to be the largest higher education directory on the Internet. The website has created controversy among m ... Read »


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    • Collegium (school)

    • A collegium is a French form of schooling that is both a secondary school and a college. They are uncommon today. Most collegiums in the United States were built by Roman Catholic religious institutes. One example is the College of the Immaculate Conception in New Orleans, established by the Society of Jesus (Jesuits) ... Read »


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    • Commercial Advancement Training Scheme

    • Commercial Advancement Training Scheme (CATS) is a dual education system adopted from the German Dual System and introduced in Namibia in 2005, and South Africa in 1985. It combines apprenticeships in a company and technical education at a University in one course. It is accepted and recognized by the European Union th ... Read »


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    • Computationally enhanced craft item

    • A Computationally enhanced craft item (CETI) is a simple mechanical device that is fitted with a small computer or computer interface and a servo system. A larger computer programs or directly controls the CETI according to the wishes of the user-programmer. CETIs are educational devices, but they can possibly provide ... Read »


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    • Concept image and concept definition

    • In mathematics education, concept image and concept definition are two ways of understanding a mathematical concept. The terms were introduced by Tall & Vinner (1981). They define a concept image as such: A concept definition is similar to the usual notion of a definition in mathematics, with the distinction that it ... Read »


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    • Conceptual physics

    • Conceptual physics is an approach to teaching physics that focuses on the ideas of physics rather than the often daunting mathematics. It is believed that with a strong foundation in physics, students are better equipped to understand the equations and formulas of physics, and to make connections between the concepts ... Read »


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    • Congregation (university)

    • A congregation is a formal meeting of senior members of a university, especially in the United Kingdom. Examples include Regent House at the University of Cambridge and the House of Congregation and the Ancient House of Congregation at the University of Oxford. In recent times, very few congregations have actually be ... Read »


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    • Conscience clause (education)

    • The conscience clause was an important term in education in England throughout much of 19th century. In this context, it referred to permitting parents of schoolchildren to withdraw them from Church of England worship services or other school activities that violated the parents' religious principles. ... Read »


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    • Consumer education

    • Consumer education is the preparation of an individual through skills, concepts and understanding that are required for everyday living to achieve maximum satisfaction and utilization of his resources. It is defined as education given to the consumer about various consumer goods and services, covering price, what the c ... Read »


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    • Context-based learning

    • Context-based learning, CBL, refers to the use of real-life and fictitious examples in teaching environments in order to learn through the actual, practical experience with a subject rather than just its mere theoretical parts. CBL is student centred approach to teaching and learning, utilising scenarios to replicate t ... Read »


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    • Controversia

    • A controversia is an exercise in rhetoric; a form of declamation in which the student speaks for one side in a notional legal case such as treason or poisoning. The facts of the matter and relevant law are presented in a persuasive manner, in the style of a legal counsel. The exercise was used in ancient Rome, where i ... Read »


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    • Core Knowledge

    • Core Knowledge (CK) refers to a current textbook series originally written by a collective of former top Year 12 South Australian students of the same name (2003–2008) for South Australian Certificate of Education (SACE) students. The Core Knowledge group was the first student collective of its type and magnitud ... Read »


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    • Counselor education

    • Counselor Education is an academic discipline that has its roots in education, clinical supervision, counseling, human development, vocational guidance, psychology, and other human services occupations. The primary focus of Counselor Education is the training and preparation of professional counselors**; this includes ... Read »


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    • Course reader

    • A course reader is a publication type used for teaching in universities and academia. A course reader is made up of a collection of existing texts, course slides and notes etc. Common forms of course readers include; photocopy packs or PDF documents. Course readers require copyright clearance. ... Read »


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    • Course reserve

    • Course reserve is a term used in academic libraries to describe materials set aside for a specific academic course or other use. Most often materials are put on course reserve by library staff at the request of the course's instructor. Materials on reserve typically have shorter loan periods than other library material ... Read »


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    • Crazy English

    • Crazy English (Chinese: 疯狂英语; pinyin: Fēngkuáng YÄ«ngyǔ) is a brand name related to a non-traditional method ... Read »


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    • Critical lens essay

    • A critical lens essay is a type of analytical essay that focuses on a quotation from a piece of literature. The essay states whether the quotation is valid, and explains why using literary devices. It is an analysis of the quote and uses literary elements and techniques to do so. ... Read »


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    • Critical Pedagogy Primer

    • Critical Pedagogy Primer

      Critical Pedagogy Primer is a book by Joe L. Kincheloe published by Peter Lang. Like other "primers" published by Peter Lang, it is an introductory text on the topic of critical pedagogy aimed at a wider audience with its use of more accessible language. The book has wide margins suitable for reader annotations, and ma ... Read »


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    • Cultural health

    • Cultural health is an education discipline that facilitates being in possession of accurate cultural information, leading to a productive psychosocial orientation to a culture or cultures. Cultural health implies intra and/or inter-cultural competence sufficient to produce effective cross-cultural communication. Cultur ... Read »


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    • Culturally Authentic Pictorial Lexicon

    • Culturally Authentic Pictorial Lexicon

      The Culturally Authentic Pictorial Lexicon is a dictionary database of images of various objects in a culturally authentic setting for language learning. All images are presented with a Creative Commons Attribution-NonCommercial-ShareAlike license, allowing for broad academic use by language teachers. The database is a ... Read »


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    • Curriculum development

    • Curriculum development is a process of improving the curriculum. Various approaches have been used in developing curricula. Commonly used approaches consist of analysis (i.e. need analysis, task analysis), design (i.e. objective design), (i.e. choosing appropriate learning/teaching methods and appropriate assessment m ... Read »


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    • Daisy Christodoulou

    • Daisy Christodoulou is the head of education research at the charity Ark. She first became famous for her outstanding performance on University Challenge in which she captained Warwick University in 2006-7. She is now known for her book Seven Myths about Education which suggests that declarative knowledge such as facts ... Read »


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    • Dance education

    • Dance education is the transferring of dance performance skills and knowledge of dance to students through teaching and training, or acquiring such knowledge and skills through research. In general, a dance education curriculum is designed to impart dance performance skills, or knowledge of dance, or both to stude ... Read »


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    • Data-driven learning

    • Data-driven learning is a learning approach (and in particular, an approach to learning foreign languages) in which learning is driven by research-like access to linguistic data. ... Read »


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    • Data-informed decision-making

    • Data-informed decision-making (DIDM) gives reference to the collection and analysis of data to guide decisions that improve success. DIDM is used in education communities (where data is used with the goal of helping students and improving curriculum) but is also applicable to (and thus also used in) other fields in whi ... Read »


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    • Day pupil

    • Day pupils (also known as day hops or day-scholars and, in single-sex schools, day boys or day girls) are students who attend boarding school but who are not boarders and who travel between home and school every day. The majority of boarding schools allow this, although most of their students are boarders. ... Read »


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    • Day school

    • A day school—as opposed to a boarding school—is an institution where children (or high school age adolescents) are given educational instruction during the day, after which the students return to their homes. The term can also be used to emphasize the length of full-day programs as opposed to after-school pro ... Read »


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    • Deaf studies

    • Deaf studies are academic disciplines concerned with the study of the deaf social life of human groups and individuals including anthropology, economics, geography, history, political science, psychology, social studies, and sociology. The Deaf studies comprise the scientific study of the deaf-related aspects of the wo ... Read »


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    • Demand-side learning

    • Demand-side learning is a phrase coined by Ramon Casadesus-Masanell and Pankaj Ghemawat of Harvard Business School in the article Microsoft vs. Open Source: Who Will Win? by Sean Silverthorne from June 6, 2005. Demand-side learning refers to open source software's ability to be modified by the user community at large ... Read »


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    • Dictogloss

    • Dictogloss is a language teaching technique that is used to teach grammatical structures, in which students form small groups and summarize a target-language text. First, the teacher prepares a text that contains examples of the grammatical form to be studied. The teacher reads the text to the students at normal speed ... Read »


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    • Differential Education Achievement

    • Differential Educational Achievement (DEA) is a sociological term often given to a concept that disagrees with some of the functionalist views on education. Many functionalists believe that an individual's academic success depends completely upon that person's IQ (intelligence quotient) and the effort they apply to th ... Read »


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    • Digital pedagogy

    • Digital pedagogy is the study and use of contemporary digital technologies in teaching and learning. Digital pedagogy may be applied to online, hybrid, and face-to-face learning environments. Digital pedagogy values open education, including open educational resources; sharing syllabi; sharing teaching resources t ... Read »


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    • Diploma of Education

    • The Diploma of Education, often abbreviated to DipEd or GradDipEd, is a postgraduate qualification offered in many Commonwealth countries including Australia, Sri Lanka, New Zealand, and the United Kingdom. The diploma can build on the general or disciplinary knowledge of a bachelor's degree to prepare students to teac ... Read »


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    • Diploma Supplement

    • The Diploma Supplement is a document accompanying a higher education diploma, providing a standardised description of the nature, level, context, content and status of the studies completed by its holder. The Diploma Supplement is designed to provide a description of the nature, level, context, content and status of t ... Read »


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    • Diploma to engineering

    • Diploma is certificate issued by an educational institute . It is a three-year course in India, some of courses that can be opted are Information science, computer science, electrical, electronics, mechanical, fashion designing and many more. With two semesters each year which will be conducted once in six months. Stud ... Read »


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    • Directorate of Matriculation Schools, Tamil Nadu

    • The Directorate of Matriculation Schools, Tamil Nadu is an accreditation and governing body for secondary schools in Tamil Nadu, India. In a concept unique to Tamil Nadu (within India), until 1971 Universities also governed secondary schools, and such schools were accredited to the Matriculation system. About 5% of sch ... Read »


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    • Disciplinary probation

    • Disciplinary probation is a disciplinary status that can apply to students at a higher educational institution or to employees in the workplace. For employees, it can result from both poor performance at work or from misconduct. For students, it results from misconduct alone, with poor academic performance instead resu ... Read »


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    • Discipline-based education research

    • Discipline-based education research (DBER) is an interdisciplinary research enterprise that "investigates learning and teaching in a discipline [normally from the STEM fields] from a perspective that reflects the discipline's priorities, worldview, knowledge, and practices." ... Read »


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    • Doctor of Biblical Studies

    • Doctor of Biblical Studies (abbreviated D.B.S. or DBS) is a doctoral level advanced professional degree in applied theology for practitioners seeking to increase knowledge and understanding of biblical and theological principles for their professional ministry. ... Read »


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    • Doctor of Literature and Philosophy

    • The Doctor of Literature and Philosophy, or DLitt et Phil, is a doctoral advanced research degree offered by a number of leading universities in South Africa, such as UJ, the University of Johannesburg; and UNISA, the University of South Africa. The degree is equivalent to a PhD and is generally offered in arts, human ... Read »


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    • Doctor of Ministry

    • The Doctor of Ministry (D.Min.) degree is a professional doctorate targeted at individuals involved in some form of ministry. Under Association of Theological Schools in the United States and Canada (ATS) standards, programs must require matriculants to have earned a Master of Divinity or its equivalent. The ATS requir ... Read »


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    • Doctor of Pastoral Theology

    • The Doctor of Pastoral Theology (Abbreviated P.Th.D. for the Latin Pastoralis Theologiæ Doctor, PThD) is a theological professional degree geared to provide higher academic training to those who have already entered the pastoral ministry and who seek to continue their work while pursuing further theological study. ... Read »


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    • Doctor of Theology

    • Doctor of Theology (Latin: Doctor Theologiae, abbreviated D.Th., Th.D., D.Theol., or Dr. theol.) is a terminal academic degree in theology. It is often a research degree that is considered to be the equivalent of a Doctor of Philosophy. In the academic study of Christianity, doctoral students are often conferred a ... Read »


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    • Double deficit (education)

    • The double-deficit theory of dyslexia proposes that a deficit in two essential skills gives rise to the lowest level of reading performances, constituting the most severe form of dyslexia. The ability to read is believed to depend on two skills: ... 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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    • Dr. univ.

    • Dr. univ. is an abbreviation for doctor universitatis (Doctor of University in English). It was a doctoral rank in Hungary classified between Master of Arts and CSc (Candidatus Scientiarum = old-style PhD). It was abolished in the 1990s; i.e., no more dr. univ. degrees were given. Many of those already having dr. univ. ... Read »


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    • Early immersion (foreign-language instruction)


    • Early Years Learning Framework

    • The Early Years Learning Framework (commonly known as EYLF), together with the National Quality Standard (or NQS), forms the policies around early childhood education in Australia. The EYLF has been developed collaboratively by the Australian and State and Territory Governments with substantial input from the earl ... Read »


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    • Early Years Professional Status

    • Early Years Professional Status (EYPS) is a professional status for practitioners in England at the Early Years Foundation Stage (ages 0 – 5), which is intended to be broadly equivalent to Qualified Teacher Status (ages 5 – 18). Introduced by the British government in 2007, via the Children's Workforce Develo ... Read »


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    • East African Model United Nations (EAMUN)


    • Ecology and Evolutionary Biology

    • Some North American universities are home to degree programs titled Ecology and Evolutionary Biology, offering integrated studies in the disciplines of ecology and evolutionary biology. The wording is intended as representing the alternative approach from the frequently used pairing of Cell and Molecular Biology, while ... Read »


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    • Economics education

    • Economics education or economic education is a field within economics that focuses on two main themes: 1) the current state of, and efforts to improve, the economics curriculum, materials and pedagogical techniques used to teach economics at all educational levels; and 2) research into the effectiveness of alternative ... Read »


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    • Edline

    • Edline is a Learning Community Management System that many schools use for school and class organization. It provides district, school and classroom level website support for administrators, parents, teachers and students from kindergarten through 12th grade. The firm's website states that its service is used by schoo ... Read »


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    • Edmodo

    • Edmodo

      Edmodo is an educational technology company offering a communication, collaboration, and coaching platform to K-12 schools and teachers. The Edmodo network enables teachers to share content, distribute quizzes, assignments, and manage communication with students, colleagues, and parents. Edmodo is very teacher-centric ... Read »


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    • Educarchile

    • educarchile

      educarchile is a Chilean educational website owned by the Ministry of Education of Chile and Fundación Chile. educarchile was created in 2001 using as a basis two different projects from the Ministry of Education and Fundación Chile, and its purpose is "to be the great Internet educative center for teachers, stud ... Read »


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    • Education in Anguilla

    • Education in Anguilla is compulsory between the ages of 5 and 17. In 1998, the gross primary enrollment rate was 100.7 percent, and the net primary enrollment rate was 98.9 percent. The government has collaborated with UNESCO to develop an Education for All plan that aims to raise educational achievement levels, improv ... Read »


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    • Education in Antigua and Barbuda

    • Education in Antigua and Barbuda is compulsory and free for children between the ages of 5 and 16 years. The system of education in Antigua & Barbuda is based on the British educational system. The school year begins in September and ends in June of the following year. In order to ensure that all costs related to schoo ... Read »


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    • Education in Dominica

    • Education in Dominica is compulsory from ages 5 to 16. The gross primary enrollment rate was 100.4 percent in 1991 and 98.2 percent in 1998, and the net primary enrollment rate was 88.7 percent in 1991 and 88.8 percent in 1998. Primary school attendance rates were unavailable for Dominica as of 2001. Poor physical cond ... Read »


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    • Education in Equatorial Guinea

    • Education in Equatorial Guinea is free and compulsory until the age of 14. In 1993, the gross primary enrollment rate was 149.7 percent, and the net primary enrollment rate was 83.4 percent. Late entry into the school system and high dropout rates are common, and girls are more likely than boys to drop out of school, w ... Read »


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    • Education in Georgia (country)

    • Education in Georgia is free of charge and compulsory from the age of 6 until 17-18 years. In 1996, the gross primary enrollment rate was 88.2 percent, and the net primary enrollment rate was 87 percent; 48.8 percent are girls and 51.8 percent are boys. Although the Constitution mandates that education is “free,â ... Read »


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    • Education in Grenada

    • Education in Grenada is free and compulsory between the ages of 6 and 14 years. In 1998, the gross primary enrollment rate was 125.5 percent, while the net primary enrollment rate was 97.5 percent. Despite the high enrollment rate, poverty, poor school facilities, and the periodic need to help with family farm harvests ... Read »


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    • Education in Kiribati

    • Education in Kiribati is free and compulsory from age 6 to 14, which includes primary school through grade six, and Junior Secondary School for three additional grade levels. In 1998, the gross primary enrollment rate was 84.4 percent, and net primary enrollment rate was 70.7 percent. School quality and access to educa ... Read »


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    • Education in Lesotho

    • Education in Lesotho has undergone reforms in recent years, meaning that primary education is now free, universal, and compulsory. Lesotho spends a higher proportion of its GDP (13%) on education than any other country in the world and an average child in Lesotho can expect to spend 10 years of their life in educ ... Read »


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    • Education in Montserrat

    • Education in Montserrat is compulsory for children between the ages of 5 and 14, and free up to the age of 17. The Government of Montserrat developed an Education in the Country Policy Plan for 1998-2002 in conjunction with the United Kingdom. Under this plan, the government is supporting initiatives in the areas of cu ... Read »


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    • Education in Niue

    • Education in Niue is free and compulsory for 8 years. Niue has one primary school, and in 1995, the gross and net primary enrollment rates were both 100 percent. The government has collaborated with UNESCO to develop an Education for All plan to improve learning achievements and provide better educational opportunities ... Read »


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    • Education in Papua New Guinea

    • Education in Papua New Guinea is managed through nineteen provinces and two district organisational units. It is tuition-free and attendance is not compulsory. With a literacy rate of 64.2%, Papua New Guinea has the lowest literacy rate in Oceania. The first school in Papua New Guinea was established in 1873 by Englis ... Read »


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    • Education in Saint Kitts and Nevis

    • Pursuant to the Education Act of 1976, education in Saint Kitts and Nevis is compulsory between the ages of 5 and 16. In 1997, the gross primary enrollment rate was 97.6 percent, and the net primary enrollment rate was 88.6 percent. Primary school attendance rates were unavailable for St. Kitts & Nevis for 2001. While ... Read »


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    • Education in Saint Lucia

    • The Education Act provides for free and compulsory education in Saint Lucia from the ages of 5 to 15. In 1999, the gross primary enrollment rate was 115.1 percent. Primary school attendance rates were unavailable for St. Lucia for 2001. While enrollment rates indicate a level of commitment to education, they do not alw ... Read »


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    • Education in Saint Vincent and the Grenadines

    • Education in Saint Vincent and the Grenadines is neither compulsory nor free, although children are usually in school until the age of 15. In 1998, the gross primary enrollment rate was 90.5 percent, and the net primary enrollment rate was 83.5 percent. Primary school attendance rates were unavailable for St. Vincent ... Read »


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    • Education in Suriname

    • Suriname has an extensive educational system with free schooling compulsory until age 12. The Government and the Roman Catholic and Moravian Churches provide education for kindergarten through secondary school. As a rule, all instruction is in Dutch. The four exceptions to this rule are the International Academy of Sur ... Read »


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    • Education in Telangana

    • Telangana has multiple institutes of higher education universities along with numerous primary and secondary schools. The regional and official language of Telangana is Telugu. Other linguistic groups in the state include speakers of Urdu and Hindi. Telangana Education is offered through a number of institutes spr ... Read »


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    • Education in the Bahamas

    • Education in the Bahamas is compulsory between the ages of 5 and 16. As of 2003, the school attendance rate was 92% and the literacy rate was 95.5%. The government fully operates 158 of the 210 primary and secondary schools in The Bahamas. The other 52 schools are privately operated. Enrollment for state primary and se ... Read »


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    • Education in the Cayman Islands

    • Education in the Cayman Islands is compulsory to the age of 16 and is free to all Caymanian children. The literacy rate for residents over age 15 is 98%. Public schools follow a British-style educational system. The Cayman Islands Education Department operates 10 primary, one special education, and 3 high schools. In a ... Read »


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    • Education in the Cook Islands

    • Education in the Cook Islands has close ties with the educational system of New Zealand. Primary and secondary education are free and attendance is compulsory for children between the ages of five and fifteen. Some degree courses are provided by the University of the South Pacific. Western began with missionaries in t ... 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 in the Dominican Republic

    • Education in Dominican Republic

      In the Dominican Republic, education is free and compulsory at the elementary level, and free but non-mandatory at the secondary level. It is divided into four stages: Literacy rates and school participation in the Dominican Republic has risen over the past years. Through these efforts, women have reported fast upward ... Read »


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    • Education in the Falkland Islands

    • Education in the Falkland Islands is free and compulsory up to the end of the academic year when a child reaches 16 years of age. The Falklands follows the English education system. There are two schools in Stanley, the capital and only substantial settlement. The Infant and Junior School teaches ages 4 to 11 and ... Read »


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    • Education in the Federated States of Micronesia

    • Education in the Federated States of Micronesia is required for citizens aged 6 to 13, and is important to their economy. The literacy rate for citizens aged 15 to 24 is 98.8%. Before foreign influence, education in Micronesia was rarely distinguished from everyday life experiences and learning opportunities. Spanish ... Read »


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    • Education in the Isle of Man

    • Education in the Isle of Man is compulsory for children aged between 5 and 16. As of October 2014 there were 6,358 pupils in primary schools, and 5,429 pupils in secondary education. Before 1675 there were no schools in the Isle of Man and any education was provided by the church. This changed with the arrival of ... Read »


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    • Education in the Northern Mariana Islands

    • The Commonwealth of the Northern Mariana Islands Public School System operates public schools in the Northern Mariana Islands. ... Read »


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    • Education in Togo

    • Education in Togo is compulsory for six years. In 1996, the gross primary enrollment rate was 119.6 percent, and the net primary enrollment rate was 81.3 percent. Primary school attendance rates were unavailable for Togo as of 2001. (While enrollment rates indicate a level of commitment to education, they do not always ... Read »


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    • Education in Tonga

    • Education in Tonga is compulsory for children through the end of high school. In 1995, the gross primary enrollment rate was 122.2 percent, and the net primary enrollment rate was 95.3 percent. Primary school attendance rates were unavailable for Tonga as of 2001. While enrollment rates indicate a level of commitment t ... Read »


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    • Educational anthropology

    • Educational anthropology, or the Anthropology of Education, is a sub-field of anthropology and is widely associated with the pioneering work of Margaret Mead and later, George Spindler, Solon Kimball, and Dell Hymes. It gained traction as a field of study during the 1970s, particularly due to professors at Teachers Col ... Read »


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    • Educational behaviourism

    • Educational behaviourism is an educational philosophy built around the premise that environment determines behaviour, and regulating the environment of students to influence their behaviour in positive ways. ... Read »


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    • Educational crossover

    • Crossover, sometimes referred to as cross-pollination, is a philosophical presupposition of Liberal arts, Great books, and Integrative learning approaches to education. The value of such crossover is disputed by those who adhere to certain versions of Pragmatism, especially John Dewey. ... Read »


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    • Educational measurement

    • Educational measurement refers to the use of educational assessments and the analysis of data such as scores obtained from educational assessments to infer the abilities and proficiencies of students. The approaches overlap with those in psychometrics. Educational measurement is the assigning of numerals to traits such ... Read »


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    • Educational organization

    • Educational organization has multiple meanings according to the field and setting in which it is being applied. In educational psychology, educational organization is organization within the scope of education. It deals with the theory of organization as it applies to education of the human mind. In school reform, educ ... Read »


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    • Educational program

    • An educational program is a program written by the institution or ministry of education which determines the learning progress of each subject in all the stages of formal education. Besides the primary educational program, some schools use a different educational program written by another source which uses different ... Read »


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    • Educational technologist

    • An educational technologist is someone who is trained in the field of educational technology. Educational technologists try to analyze, design, develop, implement and evaluate process and tools to enhance learning. While educational technologist is used primarily in the United States, learning technologist is synonymou ... Read »


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    • Ellington University

    • Ellington University is an unaccredited higher education institution. It has no status or recognition with the United States Department of Education. University Consulting Inc. (UCI) is the operator of Ellington University and Higher Education Services Association. The East Carolinian noted "On its Web site, Ellington ... Read »


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    • Elluminate Inc.

      Elluminate Live! was a web conferencing program developed by Elluminate Inc. Elluminate "rented out" virtual rooms or vSpaces where virtual schools and businesses can hold classes and meetings. Elluminate has been acquired by Blackboard Inc. While Elluminate is primarily designed and used for educational purposes, ... Read »


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