Education Infographics



The Future Of Online Schools

The future of online schools is not only exciting, but necessary. Can virtual reality and augmented reality revitalize the education system? Learn more from this infographic.

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The Science of Classroom Design

Studies show that the quality of your classroom environment is a significant determinant of student learning. Classrooms that are painted with color, lighted with full-spectrum lighting, and devoid of visual noise result in improved academic performance and decreased disruptive, off-task behavior.

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10 Things Your Kids Can Learn Online

Educational and learning apps are must-haves on kids’ devices because they can show them that learning can be interesting and entertaining, not tough and boring. Look at these carefully selected 20 educational services to teach your kids 10 skills for life.

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The Honorable Guide To Honor Societies

Honor societies are reserved for high-performing students in areas such as academics and volunteer work. Entry into these prestigious groups comes with a range of opportunities from leadership positions to scholarships. Alumni gain an advantage as they can use networks they’ve built through their programs to create career opportunities and stand out from other job applicants.

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The Secret of an Effective eLearning Course

Self-paced eLearning is in high demand on the worldwide market. According to studies, the market reached $46.9 billion in 2015. Millions of people around the world choose distant courses over traditional ones, but the problem is that not all the courses existing on the market are qualitative, well-designed and structured.

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The Colleges of New York State

Here is a quick and detailed look at various colleges in the upstate and western New York regions. Using this handy guide, you can learn what each college offers, the average cost per year for in-state and out-of-state students, the number of full time styles and a nifty little fun fact to whet your appetite.

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The Ultimate English Grammar Cheat Sheet

The English language is confusing at the best of times – we’ve borrowed so many words from other language that applying grammatical rules to how the language is spoken is quite a challenge. In fact, we tend to avoid grammar, even in schools! With this guide, courtesy...

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Study Smarter With These 41 Revision Tips

With Christmas fast approaching, January exams and deadlines loom not far beyond. Most of us don’t like to think of studying again until the big day is over, but when the time comes and the reindeer dust has settled, you’re left with a festive hangover, newfound holiday weight, and all sorts of new gadgets and distractions – revision is the last thing you want to do.

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10 Study Hints for Effective Exam Preparation Process

Exam preparation is an art to master if you want to get enrolled in school. Unfortunately, the road is bumpy, and there are too many hurdles on the way. The EssaysWrite team recommends improving your time management skills, arranging your educational space when both regular exercise and physical activity is combined with short breaks and reviewing your past exam papers.

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How Learning Languages Affects Our Brain

Learning new language is extremely difficult but also extremely satisfying. Not only does learning languages have ability to transform social aspects of your life but it can also affect your brain. Find out how in this interesting infographic from Sunbelt Staffing.

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The Benefits of a Master’s Degree

Depending on your industry a graduate-level degree may be an essential factor in your ability for career advancement or can propel you to move up to the next pay scale, particularly if your career is in health care or education. Check out the following infographic and decide for yourself if the benefits of having an MBA degree is worth it.

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The ROI of a Bachelor’s Degree

There are many benefits to having a college degree. Explore the following infographic which can help you start formulating your equation with basic research on some of the factors that can play critical roles in your overall estimate.

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What Do Games Have To Do With Standards-Based Math Practices?

Most students would prefer to eat broccoli rather than do math problems. With jobs in STEM (science, technology, engineering and math) fields growing faster than other fields, students are needed who are not only proficient at math, but genuinely interested in math and problem-solving. Traditional teaching methods are not enough; less than half of American students are proficient in math.

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