Category: Education Infographics
What you can’t change about yourself means you’re not trying hard enough. Learn how to become a better person with this infographic entitled, “Why Handwriting Helps You Learn” and created by Giraffe Childcare & Early Learning.
Here is an infographic from Integrity Search providing information on thirteen different books that have been banned between 2000-2009 and the reasons why they were banned.
Drexel University has created a resource for online learners to help students work successfully in virtual groups. While working in groups can be tough online, these helpful suggestions can ease the process. The tips in this infographic can benefit students currently enrolled in an online program as well as those considering going back to school online.
Saving for college? This infographic illustrates some of the finer points of college savings. Learn how to maximize your savings dollars and take advantage of available financial aid.
Never underestimate the value of an MBA. Three out of four MBA graduates surveyed stated they could not have landed their current gig without this advanced degree. Full-time, two-year MBA graduates earn a median base salary of $90,000 per year (plus an average $10,000 bonus). With significant professional and personal benefits, an MBA degree offers career-changing outcomes.
With a countless number of words in the English language, it’s not hard or uncommon for us to mix some of them up. In fact, definitions of words have been mixed up and entirely new words have been made up as a result. Here is an infographic from ListMonde.com that looks at the twelve most misused English words.
The results are in – you can finally choose which university you’ll be heading to in September, you can relax and let the daydreams of all the fun yet to be had begin. That is, until you start to think about packing. This infographic is a guide to packing for university and features tips on what things first timers should pack into their suitcase.
Is it worth going to university? Yes and no. You might come out with a hefty amount of debt, but you’ll learn some skills and make yourself appealing to employers. But it’s not for everyone. In this infographic, The Training Room looks at what Universities can and can’t teach you.
With the rise of distance-learning and with changes to textbook formats (rentals, eBooks, and customized packages) and greater interactivity in the form of cheaper more-powerful more-portable computing all happening right now, the folks at CampusBooks.com wanted to examine the relationships between college students and technology. Here’s what they found.
It’s said that it takes a community to raise a child, however, education may also play a crucial role. Top Education Degrees has created an interactive infographic illustrating just how education levels can affect a number of social-economic factors.
After the stress of completing your A Levels, the last thing most students want to do is to go through Clearing. Although it sounds chaotic and stressful, with the right preparation and knowledge, it doesn’t necessarily have to be that way. Here is an infographic on going through university clearing.
Here is an illustration of studies put together by Forza Academy that show the ways in which music lessons make kids smarter, test better, and happier later in life. Share with district administrators and congress representatives in your area to encourage more arts funding in public schools.
This infographic from The Tutor Website gathers all the latest happenings in the private tuition industry over the last few years to give you an up-to-date insight of where the industry is at the moment.
Singapore has a rapidly growing education system, offering high quality education. This infographic from Singapore.sg takes a look at some of the achievements of education in Singapore and provide an understanding of how this distinctive education system is built.