In recent years there has been a remarkable trend among today’s schools – the adoption of Google Apps technology. Google Apps for Education is quickly gaining traction because connectivity is now an essential part of everyday learning. Backupify has thousands of users representing the education sector. This infographic is a visual interpretation showing how schools are adopting Google.
Are you deciding on whether you should you live on or off campus during college? This is the question that every college student must answer before the school year begins. Learn more about the statistics of college off campus housing in this infographic from College Student Apartments which outlines the benefits of living off campus during college and the DOs and DON’Ts of choosing a place to live.
Educating our children early can help to increase their development in the future. More and more research has proven that the earlier a child starts learning the better. This infographic from SchoolTutoring.com also shows the importance of a parent staying at home to facilitate the early childhood education.
Wonder what the future holds for the college class of 2013? Check out this infographic presented by SpareFoot to learn about the class of 2013 and what is in store for them.
In the United States, there are five federal academies that provide undergraduate education and training to commissioned officers within the armed forces.Inclusive in these five academies are: the United States Military Academy (USMA), the United States Naval Academy (USNA), the United States Coast Guard Academy (USCGA), the United States Merchant Marine Academy (USMMA), and the United States Air Force Academy (USAFA). Learn more about each of these in the following infographic by MilitarySchoolUSA.com.
U.S. News & World Report’s (USNWR) Best Colleges Rankings are the most influential college rankings in the world, as well as the most controversial. See where the rankings come from and how they work so you can decided their value for yourself in this infographic by The College Consensus.
Preschool has become the preference of American parents, with more than half enrolling their young children into these educationally focused programs for their many developmental, behavioral, and social benefits. Preschool is continually proven to give children every advantage by offering a developmentally appropriate curriculum, character education, health and fitness exercises, and technology education. By nurturing and improving these skills in young children, they are better prepared for success throughout school and life.
Technology in the classroom is inevitable, but how do both teachers and parents feel about it? Check out this infographic presented by TopMastersInEducation.com to learn about tech and education.
Formal degree or self taught – which is better? A carefully designed course, filled with modules covering the industry’s most commonly requested skills; or hard work and self application, learning techniques as and when required? Check out the infographic below by WebdesignerDepot.com to find out which is preferable.
How much is the average American spending on higher education? More than you might expect. This infographic by Varsity Tutors goes beyond tuition and offers a comprehensive breakdown of the real costs of college, as well as what goes into financing a degree, including the realities of student loan debt. Get the info you need to plan and pay for college.
Many teachers go above and beyond to make their schools better and to enrich their students education. However, sometimes their efforts seem to go unnoticed. This infographic presented by topteachingcolleges.net takes a look at what teachers are doing to better their schools.
Distance learning is a teaching method that instructs and delivers learning material to students via remote correspondence. Throughout the course of human history, education was first a social privilege of the wealthy and elite. As time progressed, educational rights were extended to citizens of developing nations. However, the pursuit of higher education posed obstacles for students who were physically unable to attend class.
No matter how excited you are about starting your freshman year of college, you’re bound to experience some nerves as well. What if your roommate is a horrible slob who blasts terrible music late into the night? Or what if your classes are harder than you expect, tanking your shot at a good job or graduate school offer before you’ve even finished your first semester?
Nearly 20 million young people will step onto a college campus as a student for the first time this year. They’ll need more than highlighters and a class schedule to make it to another year. Top Colleges Online gives us 21 things every first-year college student needs to know.