Education Infographics

What to Take to University: The Freshers’ Week Checklist

What to Take to University: The Freshers’ Week Checklist

Can you remember your first week of university? It was likely crammed with parties, meeting new people and unpacking what felt like hundreds of suitcases and boxes. But no matter how prepared you thought you were, you’d definitely have forgotten to pack something. Student accommodation provider Urbanest has created the ultimate freshers’ week checklist to make sure you have everything you need for the big move.

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The Benefits of Experiential Learning

The Benefits of Experiential Learning

Experiential learning is the practice of learning through doing. It encourages the student to have first-hand experiences with the materials, rather than learning through someone else’s experiences in textbook or lecture. It’s a learning style that has been studied thoroughly for decades, and one that is proven to be beneficial for all ages of students.

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Kicking Teen Violence to the Curb

Kicking Teen Violence to the Curb

It is a surprisingly high percentage how many teens are involved in violence in their schools and neighborhoods. Those that have been involved with teen violence are often filled with fear or regret. Education is the key to solving this epidemic. Friends and families of teens need to be standing up for what is right and supporting teens that have been affected by teen violence.

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Mind-Body Math: Manipulatives in the Digital Age

Mind-Body Math: Manipulatives in the Digital Age

Our brain and body work together to help us learn. This concept, Embodied Cognition, is built upon a decades-long branch of research into how human thinking and learning is rooted in the back-and-forth between the mind’s perceptions and the body’s physical interactions with the world around it.

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5 Practical Tips for BYOD Equity

5 Practical Tips for BYOD Equity

Smart devices can help teachers transform the whole learning experience. Schools don’t have to invest a lot in buying smartphones and tablets; instead, they can develop a BYOD framework that allows students to use their own gadgets in class. One very important thing to consider is how to ensure BYOD equity between students.

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The Most Common Spelling, Grammar & Punctuation Mistakes

The Most Common Spelling, Grammar & Punctuation Mistakes

Clear written communication is important for everyone, no matter what college or career path you choose. Mistakes with punctuation, spelling and grammar could lower school grades and limit career growth. Exceptional writing skills will carry you through life. The following infographic by Bid4Papers looks at the most common spelling, grammar and punctuation mistakes.

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Learn the British Sign Language Alphabet

Learn the British Sign Language Alphabet

Sign language is a crucial way of communicating for may individuals, using gestures, facial expressions and body language. Sign language is the preferred language for around 145,000 people in the UK and Age UK has produced the following guide to the A-Z of the British Sign Language alphabet for both your right and left hands.

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Keeping Millennials Out Of Debt

Keeping Millennials Out Of Debt

Stopping student loans before they start is the best path to financial peace. Learn more about minimizing student loans in the following infographic from Refinance Student Loans.

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How Tablets Change Education For the Better

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.

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How To Write A Top-Notch Essay

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 from Essay pro 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.

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