Category: Education Infographics
When in college, it’s incredibly difficult to find the time to eat well. Between juggling classes, exams, social life and possibly a part time job, you sometimes just can’t seem to eat healthy and on a budget. Check out these ultimate tips that will definitely help you achieve a healthy diet without exceeding your budget.
The transition from high school to college is one of the most anticipated changes for students. The current generation is extremely tech-savvy and their lives revolve around their gadgets. Research states that today’s teen spends over 8 hours on their smartphones every day and 51% of students use their smart device before they even get out of bed. And this trend is not slowing down. This infographic looks at why students prefer mobile-centric universities.
This infographic has been created to help grad students decide whether they should study at a US or a UK Grad School. As well as comparing the cost or each country, the infographic also compares the professional exposure, education and niche degrees available in both countries – supported by wise words from grad school students.
The team at gamedesigning.org has reviewed and ranked the very best college programs for those hoping to become a video game designer. Using criteria like graduation and employment rates, professor scores, average starting salary, and tuition costs, they were able to select the top schools worth enrolling in.
Take a look and see how people celebrate graduations around the world in this handy infographic, created by the folks at Shutterfly.
Technology’s role in the classroom has drastically increased in recent years – with technology funding jumping from around $800 million in the early 2000s to nearly $12 billion in 2015. With wireless connectivity, tablets, and video conferencing, classrooms are beginning to look less like rooms in a school building and more like the bridge of the Enterprise every day. The following infographic takes a evolutionary look at tech in the classroom.
Technology has taken over every aspect of our daily lives, and this technological takeover has also occurred in our schools. The traditional school library has been replaced, slowly but surely, by Learning Resource Centres, and it is important they continue to do so. This infographic highlights the importance of LRCs and why they are key to the personal development of students in our schools and colleges.
There was a time in the not-too-distant past when young people completed high school, moved swiftly into a job or trade apprenticeship, started a family, or – entered a four-year traditional university to work toward their college degree. Enter the modern age, where higher education has received a much needed facelift. This infographic shows just how prevalent the benefits of an online education are.
A survey of 2,000 undergraduate students found the causes of their exam stress and anxiety and the most effective solutions. This infographic from stopprocrastinatingapp.com shows those findings.
When it comes to learning a new language, many people give up before they start. Most of them don’t know that learning a foreign language is that hard. Find out how to learn Spanish in 10 days in this fun infographic and start learning.
What’s your learning preference? Everyone studies and learns a bit differently. These are often expressed as ‘learning styles’ or ‘learning preferences.’ To implement tips that will work best for you, it can be helpful to think about how you prefer to learn and match your study techniques to your learning style.
Here is a comprehensive guide to higher education in the United Kingdom from Essay Writing Service UK, featuring intriguing statistics and solid advice on how to apply.
If you just sit there in class or in lectures then you simply won’t remember most of what get’s said and you could miss something important. This infographic lists some of the best ways you can take notes and help you to get more out of classes.
There are many rumors surrounding boarding schools, many of which are mere myth. Public school can’t offer you the all of the same opportunities for fun that a boarding school does. You will find sports and leadership opportunities at your school that are not just “something to do” after school, but real chances to explore your world. When you step out of your comfort zone and take risks, you’ll have more fun than you ever imagined.