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.
Hazing has been around for many years, and even though there are laws to protect people from hazing it still exists, and will continue to exist for a while. This infographic presented by BestSchoolCounselingDegrees.com takes a deeper look at the psychology behind hazing. Check it out below to learn more.
The way we work, play, teach and learn has been transformed by a variety of global shifts and video is becoming the preferred channel of communication fundamentally changing the way we learn. The following infographic from Cisco looks at the impact of video on education.
The Time Management for Students infographic from StudentLoanNetwork is an in-depth look at how the average college student spends their time during the week. In addition, it provides the Top 5 Time Management Tips to help students use their hours more effectively.
In the infographic below by SurDoc , A survey of teachers found that technology has taken over the family dog as the main homework excuse.
Sure, you think you know what a college student looks like, but did you realize that only 15% of college students attend a 4-year school and live on campus? Find out more about what college students REALLY look like in 2012 with the following infographic from SheerID.
With millions of college students returning to campus to begin another semester, Questia surveyed 1,000 students and instructors on everything from research and study habits to relationship building with faculty. We knew that professors were substantial influencers in students’ lives, the results in the infographic below by Questia may surprise you!
Did you know that 66% of students don’t realize they can get academic discounts on software? SheerID is here to help with the following infographic on how to successfully sell software to college students.
Students are always looking for an edge when it comes to test taking — the latest energy drink, early-morning study groups, etc. But save the caffeine because good ol’ fashioned flashcards offer some of the most significant benefits of all.
Are students and instructors on the same page? Questia surveyed 1,000 students and instructors on everything from study and research habits to relationship building with faculty. One would assume that professors are substantial influencers in students’ lives, but these results may surprise you.