Education is under attack. From reduced spending and budget cuts to overcrowding and a lack of funds, schools are struggling more than ever. However, some of the largest companies in the world have taken notice, and are standing up for education, giving students new opportunities to expand their educational horizons.
Since time immemorial, educators have worked hand in hand with technology to create successful learners. This infographic encompasses the educational advances throughout the ages – from the horn book in the 1650s, to the pencil in 1900s, and to the tablet of present day. It shows how technology evolved year after year, how it shaped the face of learning, and how it will play a role in the future of education.
College doesn’t seem as overwhelming if you know how to hack your way through it. Check out the following infographic presented by BestCollegeReviews.org to learn how to survive college.
Education costs have risen exponentially over the past thirty years and yet more students choose the college route in hopes of earning a better salary. But here’s the question we need to be asking ourselves in today’s highly competitive world: Is it worth it? isucceedbook.com explores this in the following infographic.
Science, technology, engineering, and math (STEM): these four subjects may strike fear in students across the nation. However, these degrees are becoming more valuable each day. In fact, there are over 3 million jobs available in the STEM marketplace, and many of these positions are being outsourced due to a lack of qualified applicants in the United States.
Boys and girls have always fought for superiority. However, it seems that the scales may be tipped from a very early age. For every 100 girls born, there are 5 males are born. For every 100 girls that repeat kindergarten, 194 males repeat. These numbers become staggering as they age. TopMastersinEducation.com has created an infographic entitled “No Boy Left Behind”, detailing how our education system is failing our young men, and what we can do about it.
Many people think math is the hardest subject, but it’s actually not. Check out the infographic below to learn why reading is actually harder.
Math, science, and reading are all subjects that every nation covers. While education in the United States is under attack by budget cuts, how do other countries stack up? Quicken Loans has created an infographic entitled “Analyzing Education around the World”, comparing countries like Germany, South Korea, and Australia in areas like class size, graduation rates, and pupil to teacher ratios.
How gender roles affect education is an important question. Check out the infographic below to learn about the role of gender in education.
Proper education is a many-faceted endeavor. There’s no-size-fits all plan, but some systems work, while others lag far behind. Masters in Teaching Degrees has put together the following infographic on the highs and lows or education.
It’s school time again, and what better way to start the season than by understanding what type of learner you are? By knowing this, it’ll be easier for you to learn smart with the tips and tricks presented in this infographic. Plus you’ll also find out what habits are slowing your cognitive process giving you a head advantage over all your classmates, which means, you’ll have more time for extracurricular activities.
When you learn something new, the involved synapses change. Once the information is stored, the more your recall what you’ve learned, the more simultaneous the process becomes. This same reaction occurs when learning any new information, including a new skill. What’s even more amazing, is that as you learn, your brain actually grows!
Most countries have a sizable education budget, with 70% of that budget covering teacher salaries. With stress on the education system, does it make sense to increase teacher pay? Let’s find out with the following infographic.
There have been many advancements in technology since the one-room schoolhouse days. The infographic below presented by MasterOfArtsInTeaching.net takes a look at how technology in schools has evolved over time.