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Form (education)

Forms of educational level, class or group of pupils in the school. The term is used mainly in the UK, although some schools, mostly private, in other countries also use the title. Students are usually grouped in forms according to age and will r ...

                                               

Foundation Stage

Stage Fund of the British government label for education for pupils aged from 2 to 5 in England. In Northern Ireland, it is also used to refer to the first two years of compulsory education for pupils aged from 4 to 6.

                                               

Freshman

In American language, first year, first year, or freshman, is a person in the first year at an educational institution, usually middle or high school.

                                               

Further education

Additional education in the United Kingdom and Ireland education in addition to that received at secondary school differs from higher education in universities and other educational institutions. This can be at any level of compulsory secondary e ...

                                               

Geragogy

Geragogy a theory that says that older people are sufficiently different that they deserve separate pedagogical theory. The term "eldergogy" is also used. Some critics have noted that "one should not expect from geragogy some comprehensive theory ...

                                               

Graduation

Prom is the award of a diploma or academic degree or the ceremony that is sometimes associated with it, where students become graduates. The end date is often called graduation Day. The ceremony of delivery of diplomas is also sometimes called: t ...

                                               

Higher education

Higher education, higher education, leading to the award of a degree. Higher education, also called post-secondary education, third level and higher education is an optional final stage of formal learning that occurs after secondary education. It ...

                                               

Infant school

The infant school is a term used predominantly in England and Wales. This is for the education of children aged four to seven years. This is usually a small school serving a particular area. The preschool is part of the local education, giving el ...

                                               

International Standard Classification of Education

International standard classification of education is a statistical framework for organizing information on education United Nations education, science and culture. He is a member of the international family of economic and social classifications ...

                                               

Internship

Internship is a period of work experience offered by the organization for a limited period of time. Once limited to medical graduates, internships are used for a wide range of jobs, businesses, nonprofit organizations, and government agencies. Th ...

                                               

Job shadow

Monitoring the work of professionals for training, career development, and leadership development program. It involves working with another employee who may have different tasks that has something to teach, or to be able to help the person, follo ...

                                               

Junior (education)

The youngest student in the third year of training as just before their senior year. Juniors are defined as upperclassmen.

                                               

Junior school

Elementary school is a school that provides primary education to children, often aged 8 to 13 years, after a visit to the childrens school which covers the age range 5-7.

                                               

K-5 (education)

K-5 is the American term for the period of study from kindergarten to fifth grade. She gets an equal amount of criticism and support in the education sector. While many early childhood experts deem it too closely associated with the development o ...

                                               

K–12

K–12, for kindergarten through 12th grade, is an American expression that indicates the number of years supports primary and secondary education in the United States, which is similar to a publicly supported school grades prior to College and in ...

                                               

K–16

K–16-a movement in the United States to bring together different levels of education for younger students, namely between K–12 and higher education, training systems, and create compliance policies and practices in the examination practices, grad ...

                                               

Key Stage

The key stage is the stage of the state education system in England, Wales, Northern Ireland and the British overseas territory of Gibraltar setting the educational knowledge of pupils of different ages. The term is also used in some other Autono ...

                                               

Key Stage 2

Key stage 2 is the legal term for four years of education in subsidized schools in England and Wales normally known as year 3, year 4, 5 and 6 when pupils aged 7 to 11 years.

                                               

Key Stage 3

Key stage 3 is the legal term for the three years of education in subsidized schools in England and Wales normally known as year 7 year 8 year 9, when pupils are aged between 11 and 14. In Northern Ireland the term also refers to the First three ...

                                               

Key Stage 4

Key stage 4 is the legal term for the two years of schooling, which include the exam and other exams, and state-subsidized schools in England normally known as year 10 and year 11 when pupils are aged 14 to 16.

                                               

Key Stage 5

Key stage 5 is a label used to describe the two years of study for students aged 16-18 years old, or in sixth grade in England, Wales and Northern Ireland, aligning with previous key stages as designed for the national curriculum. Key stage 5 is ...

                                               

Kindergarten

Kindergarten from German) is a preschool educational approach based on playing, singing, practical activities such as drawing, and social interaction as part of the transition from home to school. Such institutions were created in the late 18th c ...

                                               

Learning and skills in England

In England, the knowledge and skills usually refers to post-compulsory education and training provided by further education and sixth form colleges, schools with sixth forms, local authority and adult education institutions, private and voluntary ...

                                               

Learning society

Learning society is an educational philosophy is the OECD and UNESCO that positions education as the key to economic development of the country, and believes that education should go beyond formal learning into informal learning centres to suppor ...

                                               

Lifelong learning

Continuous education is "a permanent, voluntary, and motivated" pursuit of knowledge for personal or professional purposes. Therefore it not only enhances social inclusion, active citizenship, personal development, and independence, as well as co ...

                                               

Middle school

Not to be confused with Middle school: the worst years of my life, Middle school: the worst years of my life or middle school: get me out of here! Middle school is an educational phase that exists in some countries, providing education between pr ...

                                               

Postbaccalaureate program

The program is reserved for Postbaccalaureate students who work towards a second degree the bachelor or the second highest record. These programs are offered for those who already have a first bachelors degree. Bachelor programs are not considere ...

                                               

Postgraduate education

Postgraduate education or graduate education in North America involves learning and studying for academic or professional degrees, academic or professional certificates, academic and professional diplomas, and other circumstances for which a firs ...

                                               

Pre-kindergarten

Kindergarten is a classroom program of preschool education for children under five years of age in the United States, Canada and Turkey. This can be done by a kindergarten or primary grade in elementary school. Pre-kindergartens plays an importan ...

                                               

Predoctoral fellow

Throughout the EU, as a rule, pre-doctoral studies someone already was in graduate school at the University to work together with a Professor in a research topic. Upon completion of the research work and other requirements, pre-doctoral fellow ma ...

                                               

Primary school

In elementary school, primary school, primary school or elementary school is a school for children from four to eleven years, in which they receive primary or elementary education. This may relate to the physical structure and organization. Usual ...

                                               

School life expectancy

Duration of school life is a measure of how many years of schooling in the school-entering age would receive during his life, if enrolment rates remain the same as today. It is calculated according to the statistical Institute of UNESCO and is us ...

                                               

Secondary education

Secondary education encompasses two stages according to the International standard classification of education scale. Level 2 or below, secondary education is the second and final stage of basic education level 3-secondary education is the stage ...

                                               

Secondary school

High school is an organization which provides professional education and the building where it occurs. Some secondary schools offer both lower secondary education and upper secondary education, but they can also be provided in separate schools, a ...

                                               

Senior (education)

In the United States, in the twelfth grade usually a fourth and final year high school period called high school students. In England and Wales, students in their tenth year and above in secondary school few high school students in Scotland, stud ...

                                               

Sophomore

The second term is also used to denote a student in the second year of study at a College or University in the United States, usually in the second year of College, 19 to 20 years. In the United States, sophomores are advised to think about caree ...

                                               

Stage (cooking)

Setting test an unpaid internship when a cook or chef works briefly, for free, in another chefs to learn and discover new techniques and cuisines. The term comes from the French word meaning the trainees position trainee, an assistant or Intern. ...

                                               

List of countries by tertiary education attainment

This is a list of countries from 25 to 64 years having completed higher education, published by the OECD. It includes some non-OECD countries. Higher education the level of education after high school, providing vocational education. The world Ba ...

                                               

Tertiary education

Higher education, also known as the third level, third stage or post secondary education level of education after high school, providing vocational education. The world Bank, for example, defines higher education as universities and vocational sc ...

                                               

University

The University is an institution of higher education and research that awards academic degrees in various scientific disciplines. Universities typically provide higher education and postgraduate education. The word University comes from the Latin ...

                                               

University of the Third Age

University of the third age is an international movement whose goal is the education and stimulation of mainly retired members of the community - those in their third age of life. It is commonly referred to as U3A. There is no universally accepte ...

                                               

Virtual internship

Virtual internship is a program, experience, a job where the participant receives experience working in a remote professional setting and is not physically present at the place of work. Virtual Interns communicate with the employer online through ...

                                               

Vocational education

Vocational education is education that prepares people to work as a specialist or in a variety of jobs such as merchant or craftsman. Vocational education sometimes referred to as vocational education. PTU is a type of educational institution, sp ...

                                               

Vocational school

PTU is a type of educational institution, which, depending on the country, may be either secondary or post-secondary education is to provide vocational education or technical skills needed to perform a specific task and a specific task. In the ca ...

                                               

Vocational university

Professional University also known as University of applied Sciences, Polytechnic University, technological educational Institute, of applied University of technology or College of higher professional education is an institution of higher educati ...

                                               

Widening participation

Widening participation in higher education is a major component of state policy in the sphere of education in the United Kingdom and Europe. It consists in trying to increase not only the number of young people entering higher educational institu ...

                                               

Index of education articles

Abstract the management of the Academy - academic administration - academic Assembly - academic conference - academic degree - academic dishonesty - academic elitism - academic freedom - academic mobility - academic rank - academic ranking of wor ...

                                               

List of education articles by country

Education in Armenia. (Образование в Армении) Education in Argentina. (Образование в Аргентине) Education in Afghanistan. (Образование в Афганистане) Education in Azerbaijan. (Образование в Азербайджане) Education in Australia. (Образование в Авс ...

                                               

List of abandoned education methods

This is a list of teaching methods that have been replaced or abandoned in favor of newer methods. To maintain a balanced point of view, each example should provide a source showing that the practice was discontinued or replaced. Practice refused ...

                                               

List of animals with fraudulent diplomas

This list of animals with fraudulent diplomas includes animals that have been submitted as applicants to suspected diploma mills. On occasion, they were admitted and received a degree, as reported in reliable sources. Animals are often used as a ...

                                               

List of common misconceptions about language learning

The subject of language learning depends on a number of misconceptions. It is common for people to rely on their own intuition about language learning, although they would not do so with other technical disciplines such as physics. However, these ...

                                               

List of graduation songs

Europe: Gaudeamus Igitur. (Европа: Igitur Гаудеамус) Japan: Hotaru no Hikari uses the same tune as "Auld lang Syne". USA: pomp and circumstance marches. Taiwan: The Good Old Days. Sweden: Den blomstertid nu kommer I denna ljuva sommartid, Student ...

                                               

List of homeschooling programmes

Griggs International Academy, formerly home study international.

                                               

List of members of the Institut d'Estudis Catalans

                                               

List of University of Oxford people in education

This is a list of people from Oxford University involved in the learning process. Many were students at one of the colleges of the University, and others have internships in College. Some of them are known for their involvement in schools, includ ...

                                               

List of physics concepts in primary and secondary education curricula

The angular velocity. (Угловая скорость) Torque. (Крутящий момент) Angular momentum introduction. (Момент импульса введение) The tangential velocity. (Тангенциальная скорость) The centrifugal force. (Центробежная сила) Centripetal force. (Центрос ...

                                               

List of countries by secondary education attainment

This is a list of countries by percentage of population receiving at least secondary education. The list consists of percent of the population in the relevant age group that have completed secondary education in these countries. The lists are com ...

                                               

List of songs about school

Songs about school, probably, was composed and sang by the students as long as there have been schools. Examples of such literature can be found in Medieval England. A number of popular songs dealing with school as a subject continues to grow wit ...

                                               

List of sustainability programs in North America

                                               

List of universities with BDSM clubs

Universities have BDSM clubs are a modern phenomenon, especially in the United States. Some of these students clubs dedicated to BDSM officially recognized and funded by their University or College administration. Below is the list of universitie ...

                                               

List of educational video games

This is a list of known training videos. Popular educational games for children and teenagers Zap! With Sunbuddies. (Бац! С Sunbuddies) Number Munchers. (Количество Munchers) Tuxmath GPL. (Tuxmath ГПЛ) Learnalot. Math Blaster. (Математические Bla ...

                                               

List of works on Waldorf education

This is a list of works on Waldorf pedagogy, the authors other than Rudolf Steiner. Cm. Also this list of Rudolf Steiners works on education. Works on Waldorf education include: Aeppli, W., the Developing child: sense and nonsense in education, a ...

                                               

Megan Callaway

Megan Callaway is the founder of the Archer School for girls and advocate and raise funds for education, especially for underrepresented groups of the population and a single sex education for a quarter century. She is an award-winning Director o ...

                                               

Shō Fukao

Shō Fukao was a Japanese socialist and educator. He was a pioneer in Japanese socialism and the beginning of the boy scout movement in Japan.

                                               

Scholaster

In scholaster, from Latin Scholasticus or Magister scholarum, was the head of a Church school, usually the Cathedral, monastic school, or school in the Cathedral Church, in the medieval and early modern Europe. Depending on school size and status ...

                                               

Academy

The Academy is an institution of General secondary education, higher professional education, research, or honorary membership. Academy worldwide group, consisting of professors and researchers of higher educational institutions. The name dates ba ...

                                               

Outline of academia

The following outline is provided as an overview of and topical guide educational institutions: The scientific community nationally and internationally recognized establishment of professional scholars and students working for the most part in co ...

                                               

Academic careerism

Academic careerism is the desire of scientists to continue their own enrichment and self-development at the expense of honest investigation, objective research and dissemination of truth for his disciples and society. Such careerism has been crit ...

                                               

Academic fraud

                                               

Academic administration

Academic administration is a branch of University or College staff responsible for maintenance and supervision of the activities of the institution and individual faculty, or a scientist, although some individuals may have joint responsibilities. ...

                                               

Anti-intellectualism

Anti-intellectualism is hostility and mistrust of intellect, intellectuals, and intellectualism usually is expressed in the exception of education and philosophy, and the dismissal of art, literature and science, as impractical, politically motiv ...

                                               

Applied academics

Applied scientists-an approach to teaching and learning that focuses on how academic subjects can apply to the real world. Further, applied academics can be viewed as theoretical knowledge supporting practical applications.

                                               

Appreciative advising

Assessing business-social-constructivist advising philosophy that provides a framework for optimizing Advisor interactions with students in individual and group sessions. The heart and soul of thankful business is an organizational theory, the de ...

                                               

Archivum Rhenanum

The project Archivum Rhenanum - archives numerisees Rhine upper or "nodal transfrontalier de sources history numerisees: Les archives de lespace Memoire Rhine Et Superieur de Sa formation" in French is aimed at creating a transnational French-Ger ...

                                               

Academic authorship

Academic authorship of journal articles, books, and other original works is a means by which scientists reported the results of their scholarly work, establish priority for their discoveries, and build their reputation among peers. Authorship is ...

                                               

Bulletin board

The Bulletin Board is a surface intended for the posting of public messages, for example, for advertising of goods wanted for sale, announce events, or provide information. Bulletin boards are often made of a material such as cork to facilitate a ...

                                               

Academic capital

In sociology, academic capital the potential of education and other academic experience to be used for obtaining a place in society. Like other forms of capital, academic capital doesnt depend on one sole factor - the measured duration of trainin ...

                                               

Class ring

In the United States, class ring a ring worn by students and alumni to commemorate their graduation, generally for high school, College or University. Today rings can be customized, from the material and style that the ring is made of colors, and ...

                                               

Classifications of scholarship

This page lists classifications of scholarship, classifications, thesauri, or maps, designed to classify scientific research. The classification was created many organizations for the classification of scientific research. The activities covered ...

                                               

Collaborative pedagogy

Collaborative pedagogy comes from the theory of the process of rhetoric and composition. Collaborative pedagogy believes that students can better engage with writing, critical thinking, and revising, if they interact with others. Collaborative pe ...

                                               

Comprehensive examination

In the field of higher education, a comprehensive examination, often abbreviated as "comps," is a specific type of examination that must be completed by graduate students in the disciplines and training courses and in teaching students in a numbe ...

                                               

Academic discourse socialization

Academic discourse socialization is defined as a growth process to realize the academic discourse and reach the expectations of the scientific community.

                                               

Academic fraud

Academic dishonesty, violation of academic discipline, academic fraud and academic integrity are related concepts that refer to different actions on the part of students that go against the expected norms of the school, University or another scho ...

                                               

Doctoral advisor

His doctoral Advisor is a faculty member at the University, whose role is to guide graduate students who are candidates for a doctoral degree, helping them select coursework, as well as shaping, refining and directing the students choice of sub-d ...

                                               

Documentary research

Documentary research-the use of outside sources, documents, to support the viewpoint or argument of scientific work. The process of documentary research often involves some or all of conceptualising, using and assessing documents. Analysis of the ...

                                               

Academic freedom

Academic freedom is a moral and legal concept, expressing the conviction that freedom of the faculty is essential to the mission of the Academy as well as the principles of science, and that scientists should have the freedom to teach or communic ...

                                               

Academic genealogy

Academic or scientific, genealogy, organizes a family tree of scientists and researchers, mentoring relationships, often in the form of dissertation supervision relations.

                                               

Gobinism

Gobinism, also known as Gobineauism was an academic, political and social movement formed in Germany of the 19th century, inspired by the work of the French aristocrat Arthur de Gobineau. Ethnically Pro-German as anti-national ideology, in partic ...

                                               

Graduate teaching assistant

                                               

Academic honor code

Academic honor code or honor is a set of rules or ethical principles governing an academic community based on ideals that define what constitutes honorable behavior within that community. The use of the honor code depends on the notion that peopl ...

                                               

Academic imperialism

Academic imperialism is a form of imperialism where there is an unequal relation between academics, where one group dominates and the other is in power or ignored. The early theories of academic imperialism date in the 1960-ies.

                                               

Institutional research

Institutional research is a broad category of work in schools, colleges and universities to inform campus decision making and planning in areas such as admission, financial aid, curriculum, assessment, registration, management, staffing, student ...

                                               

Academic integrity

Academic honesty is the moral code or the policy on ethics of science. The term was first popularized in the end of don McCabe, who is considered the "grandfather of academic integrity". This includes such values as to avoid cheating and plagiari ...

                                               

Interdiscipline

The term interdiscipline or inter-discipline means an organizational unit that involves two or more academic disciplines but the formal criteria of disciplines, such as specialized scientific journals, conferences and departments of the Universit ...

                                               

Academic job market

The academic labor market refers to the pool of vacant teaching and administrative posts in educational institutions, i.e. in higher education institutions such as universities and colleges, as well as the competition for these positions, and mec ...

                                               

Lectern

Lectern reading Desk with a slanted top, usually placed on a stand or affixed to some other form of support, on which documents and books are placed as support for reading aloud, as in a Scripture reading, lecture, or sermon. To facilitate eye-co ...

                                               

Literary estate

The literary estate of the deceased author consists mainly of copyright and other intellectual property rights of published works, including movies, translation rights, original manuscripts of published works, unpublished or partially completed w ...

                                               

Microsoft Azure Dev Tools for Teaching

Microsoft Azure tools for designing for learning or just for Azure development tools for teaching Microsoft programs to provide students with design software Microsoft developer tools, cloud computing, access and learning resources. The program i ...

                                               

Microsoft Student Partners

Microsoft student partners is a worldwide recognizable program to sponsor students majoring in disciplines related to technology. The SMEs program promotes the employment of students, offering training in skills not usually taught in universities ...

                                               

University museum

For museums named "university museum" see, University Museum disambiguation The University Museum is the repository for the collections of the University, which is usually based on aid teaching and research within the University. The Ashmolean Mu ...

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