Education Infographics



The Future of Education Technology

It’s virtually impossible to name an industry that hasn’t been transformed by technology. Education is no exception. From Apple computers to smartphones, iPads, and virtual reality, students and teachers are embracing the exciting educational opportunities offered by technology. American University’s School of Education has created the following infographic which looks at the future of education technology.

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The UK Student Market

Purpose built student accommodations are one of the most lucrative assets to the UK property market. The student population in the UK is growing, with rates of overseas students rising and leaving some of the UK’s major cities such as Manchester with a demand for high-quality property. Here is an infographic that outlines some of the key facts about the student population and the student housing market in the UK.

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Outsmarting Your Grades: 2018 Guide To a Better GPA

To get better grades in college, you could try your usual last-minute approach where you cram before your exams, or use a brute force approach of spending every minute of the semester studying. However, a better way to meet your GPA goals is to create a targeted plan that’s designed based on research in cognitive science, learning methodologies, behavioral psychology, and leveraging university policies to your favor.

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The Benefits of Teachable’s Online Course Platform

If you’re looking for ways to start, grow or monetize a business, Teachable makes it easy to bring out your inner entrepreneur and create and sell a course around your passion or skill. The easy-to-use course creation platform makes it super simple to create courses with or without a blog, without worrying about technical skill, hosting, design or marketing integrations.

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12 Steps For Excellent Exam Creative Writing

Writing an exam story can be a stressful experience. What does a top-grade piece of creative writing look like? How do you decide what to include and what to leave out? Should your piece have an introduction and should you include dialogue? How many adjectives should you use – and what about similes and metaphors? This infographic offers 12 simple answers to these questions and more.

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10 Types of Classmates You’ll See at Your Next Class Reunion

As part of a survey of 10,000+ members who had milestone class reunions last year, the team at  ClassFinders.com asked alumni why they wanted to go (or didn’t want to go) to their class reunion events. The responses were enlightening and helped them to create this handy guide to the 10 types of people you’ll see at your next class reunion.

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An American Education 50 Years Ago vs Today

With the rise of personal computers and smartphones in every pocket, could educators of the past have ever guessed how technology would revolutionize the classroom today? Technology aside, schools and the school year itself, look much different than they did 50 years ago. In this infographic, compare American education 50 years ago vs today.

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Trade School Vs Community College

Which is right for recent high school grads – trade school or community college? Can you earn the same as someone with a bachelor’s degree for 18% of the cost? Learn more about affordable education options within this infographic from Degree Query.

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How Blockchain Will Revolutionize Education

Educational records on the blockchain can ensure refugees still have access to their diplomas, while MOOCs can give more people access to education. Can the blockchain really revolutionize education that easily? Learn more from this infographic from SocratesCoin.

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Advice for Nailing Your Dissertation

There is no more critical project in your post-graduate career than your dissertation, one single document that represents all your education and expertise. While creating and submitting a dissertation is a long process under the best circumstances, there are many ways to make it more comfortable and more efficient, specifically by getting it right the first time around.

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