Customized Educational Services Give Your Child the Advantage

The educational system has become very competitive, especially in the wake of government reform that seeks to give every family a broader range of educational choices for their children. While this is certainly beneficial to children of all ages, it also means they have to be competitive, as well. From excelling in their high school courses to getting into a preferred college, this can put a great deal of pressure on each child and their families. Fortunately, there is help.

An educational service can provide counseling in much the same way that a career counselor can help those already in the workforce. Parents and the child can consult a education consultant and learn about their choices for college. This can be especially helpful, because a professional consultant will know which schools offer the best programs in relation to the student’s interests. They can provide a list of schools that feature the areas of study that appeal to the student, while working within the family’s budget.

Education service companies also offer opportunities for emigrated children, who may be having trouble adapting to American customs and cultures. For instance, an English language summer camp can help children get a better grasp of the English language, which will help them in their studies and in developing better social skills. If your teen child is interested in studying abroad, many educational services also offer Chinese and other foreign language tutoring programs.

Whether your child needs tutoring, college counseling, or assistance filling out college applications, an educational service can provide the guidance your family needs. Additionally, many services also offer help in filling out college enrollment applications and applications for loans or grants. You may even be able to arrange housing for the student in advance, which will reduce the stress of getting the student … Read More


How Many Subject are studied in IB’s Diploma Programme?

International Baccalaureate programme is an internationally recognised programme, founded in 1968 in Geneva, Switzerland, it has now completed 50 years, and its presence can be seen in more than 150 countries. IB has a curriculum which no one can beat, and it is a unique and extraordinary programme. IB’s programme is divided into three segments; PYP (Primary Years Programme) which runs from ages 3 to 12, MYP (Middle Years Programme) which runs from ages 11 to 16 and the last one being the Diploma Programme (DP) which runs from ages 16 to 19.

 The most popular programme out of the three is the Diploma Programme, its history dates to 1968 approximately fifty years ago. Around fifty years ago was the time when IB as an educational body was formed and introduced their first programme the Diploma Programme. The Diploma Programme created a benchmark when it came to high school education, and it was a curriculum which had the right balance of academics and extra-curricular. Before digging more into IB’s Diploma Programme it is vital for us to know the benefits it offers, so let us get to it:

  • DP aims to develop knowledgeable children who are well mannered and caring, and they indulge their students in various extra-curricular activities.
  • Internationally acknowledged program: The IB Diploma is recognised as a fantastic scholastic program and a robust college passage accreditation.
  • Functional learning: Application-based learning that concentrates on the overall development of the students. The main aim is on practical learning and not on retaining. IB does not focus on the quantity of the syllabus instead on the quality of the education being provided. Theory of Knowledge (TOK) particularly encourages understudies to associate and apply the information increased through instruction.
  • All Over Development: Equal accentuation on co-curricular and
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Get 3D printing for education in school and colleges!

3D Printing has a potential to revolutionize the way we make almost everything – Barack Obama

We all know that 3D printing is all hyped up nowadays. It is basically a process of turning your digital product into a 3D object. It is much convenient and fun way of testing and studying your designs than the traditional methods as it consumes less time and is actually cost-effective. 3D printing is used in various fields like architecture, aerospace, dental, military, fashion, and home décor. It helps you study your prototypes more carefully and it is much easy for you to understand your designs better than the old usual way.

These days, 3D printing in education is becoming very important as it makes most of the subjects simple to understand for students. They can now create a model of molecules, heart or print artifacts for closer examination and many more things that can be done with 3D printing technology. It is wise to print a prototype before making any kind of large investments as it will build confidence and save your money. 3D technology, one can personalize, customize and modify a part of their prototype to uniquely fall as per their needs. It is beneficiary for an individual in every possible way as it is a great way of wasting money on failed designs and it saves time as well.

There are companies that provide 3D technology and courses for you to learn how to use such technology from the basics. It is a very useful tech for students, architect, professionals, designers, doctors, and anyone with a creative mind and potential to find business opportunity in the industry. Describing the product to someone is often misinterpreted. An abstract of the product is better than the description as it speaks thousands of … Read More

Resources for Regular Classroom Teachers Handling Special Needs Children: Had We Have an Idea

Initiatives for special education in the Philippines have begun as early as 1902. It has almost been a century and two decades past; yet until now, our country has no version of the famous IDEA or Individuals with Disabilities Education Act. However, there is a Senate Bill pushing for this need, Senate Bill 1298 espoused by Senator Joel Villanueva. In the absence of IDEA our special education system has no specific parameters for its practice. Sadly, there are no legislations mandating the other elemental resources that will be of great help to the teachers.

Resources for Regular Classroom Teachers Handling Special Needs Children: Had We Have an Idea

Despite a fundamental block missing, our Department of Education has recently made clear its desires for inclusive education. Inclusive education refers to having a special needs child fully participate in a regular school. We also have a Senate Bill waiting to be a law on inclusive education, Senate Bill 996 espoused by Senator Win Gathchalian.

Most school teachers from both the private and publics schools have expressed apprehension on their readiness to deal with the inclusion program. They are expressing the lack of proficient training for the task. Regular classroom teachers are already anticipating the pressure and difficulty of handling their classrooms. They are overwhelmed as early as now.

Had we have an IDEA, our special education needs children will have a vast pool of professionals and proper assessment available to them. Diagnosis alone will not truly be enough. It is best to have an assessment for the appropriate developmental concern of each child. Likewise, for their educational need, assessment from a professional who is also familiar with instruction and curriculum will be a lot of help. With this detailed educational assessment, our regular classroom teachers handling special needs children will have better information and picture of the child’s present level of performance.

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