How Tablets Change Education For the Better

Classroom learning promotes teamwork, critical thinking, and basic skills children use for the rest of their lives. When tablets are introduced into the classroom, students can explore a realm of learning unattainable by traditional technology, helping them become active participants in their own education.

How To Write A Top-Notch Essay

If you are sitting in front of your computer, almost crying and thinking: “Somebody, please, write my essay!”, the following infographic will help. Most students prefer using poor and boring phrases. To make your essay excellent, try to use sophisticated synonyms and alternatives. They will help to create a logical structure of the works and to show your high level of proficiency.

Confused! Which One Is Easier Between IELTS & PTE?

For the non-native English speakers who are looking to attend an Australian university or college, choosing from a number of English proficiency tests options can be overwhelming. And with the tests similar in many aspects, it becomes essential to analyze all the points before choosing IELTS or PTE in order to achieve a good score.

Grim Stats on the State of Reading in the U.S.

According to recent reports, the United States is ranked 24th out of 65 countries in the Program for International Student Assessment (PISA). This fact and several others create a grim picture of the state of reading in the U.S. Due to this, has decided to help parents and students by creating a useful infographic featuring six research-proven methods to encourage reading in our nation’s youth.

The Annual Scramble to Prepare for the New School Year

The back-to-school season is infamous for being a stressful and hectic time for all involved. Along with the disappointment of summer coming to a close, it is also a time of extra spending and budget-stretching. This infographic breaks down how much parents, teachers, and students themselves spend on grade school and college supplies.

Back To School Spending

The $500 billion in public funding for America’s 98,500 schools is not sufficient to cover necessary classroom supplies, based on data from the US Census Bureau and the Education Market Association (formerly the NSSEA). as such, American teachers and parents still spend 1.6 billion every year on school supplies. This infographic takes a deeper look at back to school spending.

Cultural Differences in Teaching Around the World

If you’re considering teaching abroad, then you’re in luck! The overseas-demand for English speaking teachers is at an all-time high. But, what you might not have thought about yet is the cultural differences in teaching around the world. For facts about cultural differences in teaching around the world, take a look at this infographic.