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Connections Academy

Communications Academy is a non-profit corporate provider of online school products and services in virtual schools for grades K-12, including fully online schools bearing the "connection Academy" name across the country. She is based in Columbia ...

                                               

Contract grading

The estimated contract is a form of assessment, which is the result of collaboration between teacher and student and entails a certain number of jobs specified quality that correspond to specific letter. Estimated contract can be contrasted with ...

                                               

Cooperative learning

Cooperative learning is an educational approach which aims to organize sessions in the academic and social experience. There is much more to cooperative learning not only to organize students into groups, and he has been described as "structuring ...

                                               

Course (education)

In the field of higher education in Canada, Nigeria and USA, of course, is a unit of teaching that typically lasts one academic term, is led by one or more instructors, and has a constant composition students. The course is usually an individual ...

                                               

Culturally relevant teaching

Appropriate educational materials and responsive teaching pedagogy based teachers show cultural competence: skill teaching cross-cultural or multicultural environment. Teachers using this method is to encourage each student to relate course conte ...

                                               

Curriculum and Standards Framework

The curriculum and framework of standards developed for teachers Victoria, Australia. It was introduced in Victorian schools in 1995 and republished in 2000 as the second CSF. He was replaced by a required program standards Victorian study in 200 ...

                                               

Curriculum development

Curriculum development is the process of improving the educational programs. Different approaches have been used in the development of training programs. Commonly used approaches consists of the analysis, design, selection, formulation and analys ...

                                               

Curriculum for Excellence

Curriculum for excellence national curriculum for Scottish schools for students aged 3-18. It was developed in consultation 2002 – national debate on education – done by the Scottish government on the status of school education. In response to th ...

                                               

Curriculum mapping

The curriculum mapping is a procedure for reviewing the operational program as it is entered into an electronic database at any education setting. It is largely based on the work of Heidi Hayes Jacobs in mapping picture: integrating curriculum an ...

                                               

Curriculum theory

The theory curriculum is an academic discipline dedicated to the study and development of educational programs. There are many interpretations of CT, being as narrow as the dynamics of the learning process in the class on the path of learning thr ...

                                               

Curriki

Curriki is an online free open education service. Curriki is structured as a nonprofit organization to provide open educational resources primarily in support of K-12 education. The curriculum and training materials are available at the Curriki w ...

                                               

Dance education

Dance education is the transfer of dance skills and knowledge of dance to students through teaching and learning, and the acquisition of such knowledge and skills in dance research.

                                               

Dars-i Nizami

DARS-I Nizami is a study plan or system used in traditional Islamic institutions and the Dar ul Ulooms, which originated in India in the 18th century and can now also be found in parts of South Africa, Canada, USA, Caribbean and the UK. The found ...

                                               

Directed individual study

Focused individual training is a College, University or College preparatory school level class providing a more profound and comprehensive study of specific topics in the class. Courses may be taken as electives. In some cases, a directed individ ...

                                               

EDUindex

In the EDUindex is a correlation coefficient representing a relevance of curriculum to post-educational objectives, particularly employment. In EDUindex gap analysis provides is missing, the appropriate curriculum in relation to employment opport ...

                                               

Emergent curriculum

The new curriculum is a philosophy of education and educational planning, which is focused on the ability to respond to childrens interests to create a meaningful experience. It can be practiced at any level. This philosophy gives priority to act ...

                                               

Everyday Mathematics

Every day mathematics is a pre-K and elementary school mathematics curriculum developed by the University of project Chicago school mathematics. The program, now published by McGraw-Hill education, sparked heated debate.

                                               

Financial literacy curriculum

Many financial institutions, governments and independent organizations have developed financial literacy program. Teaching the financial literacy program teaches basic financial skills to students of various age groups. Some of the educational pr ...

                                               

First-year composition

The first year is the introductory part of the core curriculum, writing course in American colleges and universities. This course focuses on improving the ability of students to write at the University and introduces students to practices in the ...

                                               

Foundation programme

Foundation programme the Foundation programme, the Foundation year program or Foundation year programs Foundation is a year-long introductory course to the full multi-year degree program offered by many universities in Commonwealth countries and ...

                                               

Period (school)

The school period is the period of time allocated for lessons, classes in schools. They usually last from 30 to 60 minutes, with about 3-10 periods in the school day. However, especially in higher education, there may be many more. Teachers deter ...

                                               

Gender inequality in curricula

Gender inequality in the curriculum reveals indications that female and male students is not the same in different types of programs. There are two types of curriculum: formal and informal. Official curricula are made by the government or educati ...

                                               

Harvard Project Physics

Harvard project physics, also called physics of the project was a national project to develop training programs to create a program of secondary education in physics in the United States in the Cold war era.

                                               

Hidden curriculum

Hidden curriculum is a side effect of training", which is learned but not openly intended" such as the transmission of norms, values, and beliefs conveyed in the classroom and social environment. It should be noted that as this is an important pa ...

                                               

The Hidden Curriculum

Hidden curriculum is a book by a psychiatrist Benson R. Snyder, the then-Dean of Institute relations at the Massachusetts Institute of technology. Snyder puts forward the thesis that a large part of the campus conflict and students personal anxie ...

                                               

HighScope

Fund HighScope educational research methods of preschool education based on the methods of research Perry preschool 1962. It was founded in 1970 by the psychologist David Weikart. Perry preschool study has been noted for its "major impact on the ...

                                               

Instructional design

Instructional design, also known as educational development is a systematic practice of design, development and delivery of educational products and experiences, both digital and physical, consistent and reliable way to effective attractive, inte ...

                                               

K12 (company)

K12 Inc. for-profit education company that sells online learning and training programs. K12 is an organization of education management, which provides online education designed as an alternative to traditional "brick and mortar" education for pub ...

                                               

Learning standards

Educational standards are elements of declarative, procedural, schematic and strategic knowledge that, as a body, define the specific content of the educational program. Standards usually consists of statements expressing what the student knows. ...

                                               

Lies My Teacher Told Me

Lies my teacher told me: everything your American history textbook wrong is a 1995 book James W. Loewen, a sociologist. It critically examines twelve popular American history textbooks and concludes that textbook authors to spread a false Eurocen ...

                                               

Mahmoud Mehrmohammadi

Mahmoud Mehrmohammadi educational scientist, theorist, curriculum and teacher University of Tarbiat modares. The scope of its activities and research education.

                                               

National Council on Bible Curriculum in Public Schools

The national Council on Bible curriculum in public schools is a conservative nonprofit organization that promotes the use of its 300-page Bible curriculum, the Bible in history and literature, in schools throughout the United States. In NCBCPS wa ...

                                               

National curriculum

The national programme is the establishment of a common curriculum in schools, which is designed to ensure the national unity of the content and standards in education. It is, as a rule, the law, the national government may, in consultation with ...

                                               

National Curriculum for England

The national curriculum for England was first introduced by the Law on education reform of 1988. At the time of its introduction the legislation applies in England and Wales. However, education has subsequently transferred the case to the Welsh g ...

                                               

National Curriculum for Wales

The national curriculum was introduced in Wales in the framework of the law on education reform of 1988, along the equivalent of the curriculum for England. After the transfer in 1999, education became a matter for the government of Wales. Conseq ...

                                               

Northern Ireland Curriculum

The national curriculum for Northern Ireland defines the minimum skills requirements for each subject and different conditions, opportunities and activities through which these skills should be developed and applied.

                                               

Open Curriculum (Brown University)

Brown University is known for its undergraduate open curriculum that allows students to learn without any course requirements outside the selected concentration. To finish Browns College students have to take 30 courses completed concentration an ...

                                               

Open-source curriculum

Open source program is an online training resource available free to use and distribute and modify. CCW is based on the open source code practice of creating products or software that opens up access to source materials or codes. Applied to educa ...

                                               

Outcome-based education

The result of training is the training base theory that every part of the education system according to purpose. By the end of the experience, education, every student had to achieve the goal. No one particular teaching style and assessment to th ...

                                               

Passive learning

Passive learning is learning or training, where students receive information from the teacher and to assimilate it, and "where the student receives no feedback from the instructor". The term is often used in conjunction with direct instruction an ...

                                               

Physical Science Study Committee

Physical science study Committee, abbreviated RCS, was opened in 1956 at a conference at MIT to reconsider the foundations of physics, education and design, implement, and improve control. He produced a major new physics textbooks, educational fi ...

                                               

Physics First

Physics first is an educational program in the U.S. that teaches a basic physics course in the ninth grade, but not biology in public schools. This course relies on the limited math skills that students from pre-algebra and algebra I. With these ...

                                               

William Pinar

William Pinar is an American educator, curriculum theorist and international research. Known for his work in the field of curriculum theory, Pinar is strongly associated with the reconceptualist movement in curriculum theory since the early 1970- ...

                                               

Purpose-centered education

Goal-oriented education is a pedagogical model developed by Audrey Cohen and her colleagues at the College for services now Metropolitan College of new York, NY combines theory and practice in the student works and lives, to produce graduates wit ...

                                               

READ 180

Read 180 is an intervention program value to students in grades 4-12 who read at least two years below level. It was created by scholastic Corporation. In 2011, training has released the newest version, read 180 next generation, which was negotia ...

                                               

School Mathematics Study Group

School mathematics study group-American academic think tank focused on the reform of mathematics education. Directed by Edward G. Begle and financed by the National science Foundation, the group was created in the Wake of the crisis in 1958 and t ...

                                               

Small Learning Community

A small learning community, also known as school at school organizational model which is becoming increasingly common form of instruction in American secondary schools to subdivide large school groups into smaller, Autonomous groups of students a ...

                                               

William Spady

William T. V. is the head ChangeLeaders. William T. V sociologist and father based on the results of education. Both mentioned more than 20 items, including systemic restructuring of education based on learning outcomes, standards-based education ...

                                               

Spatial intelligence (psychology)

Spatial intelligence is an area in the theory of multiple intelligences that deals with spatial judgment and the ability to visualize in the minds eye. It is defined by Howard Gardner as the computational potential that provides the ability or me ...

                                               

Student-centred learning

Student-centered teaching, also known as student-centered education, broadly encompasses methods of teaching, to shift the focus of teaching from teacher to student. In original usage, student-centered learning focused on the development of stude ...

                                               

Study hall

Reading room is a term used to indicate location and / or time during the school day where students are sent to study when they are not scheduled for a classroom. They are most commonly found in secondary schools and secondary schools, especially ...

                                               

Syllabus

The schedule or specification is a document that conveys information about a specific course and defines the expectations and responsibilities. It is descriptive. The program can be installed on a Board exam or a trained mentor who supervises and ...

                                               

The Holocaust in curricula

The Holocaust in the curriculum discusses ways in which the Holocaust is presented in secondary school history and social studies curricula worldwide. This is a key component of education about the Holocaust. The status of the Holocaust in the cu ...

                                               

Theory of multiple intelligences

The theory of multiple intelligences differentiates the human mind in specific conditions, instead of seeing intelligence as dominated by a single General ability. Howard Gardner proposed this model in 1983 book frames of mind: the Theory of mult ...

                                               

Traditional education

Traditional education, also known as a back to basics, conventional education or customary education, refers to old customs, which are traditionally used in schools. Some forms of education reform, to promote the implementation of progressive met ...

                                               

Education economics

The Economics of education and Economics of education is the study of economic issues relating to education, including the demand for education, the financing and provision of education, as well as comparative efficiency of various educational pr ...

                                               

Capitation fee

Payroll refers to the illegal transaction in which the organization that provides educational services charge more than the approved standards.

                                               

College tuition in the United States

College tuition in the United States and private costs of higher education collected by the educational institutions in the United States, with the exception of that part which is paid for by taxes or other public funds as subsidies to colleges a ...

                                               

Higher education bubble in the United States

The higher education bubble in the U.S. argue that excessive investment in higher education can have negative consequences in the economy as a whole. According to the claim, usually associated with the fiscal conservatives, although College tuiti ...

                                               

Dual-career commuter couples

Commuter couples are a subset of those couples who live apart in separate rooms, while the partners career. Gilbert and Rachlin address the difference between dual-earner and families with two working recognizing that dual-earner couples in which ...

                                               

Economics of Education Review

Economy overview education is a quarterly peer-reviewed academic journal covering Economics education. It was created in 1981 and is published by Elsevier. Editor-in-chief Daniel Rees. According to the journal citation report, the journal has an ...

                                               

Educational attainment

The level of education is a term often used in statistics to denote the highest degree of education completed, as determined by the Bureau of the U.S. census Glossary.

                                               

European Lifelong Learning Indicators

The development of European indicators of learning throughout life is an initiative of non-profit Bertelsmann Foundation to monitor the status of continuous education in Europe. The main focus of the project is the index Ellie Ellie. Index Ellie ...

                                               

Human capital

Human capital is the stock of habits, knowledge, social and personality attributes embodied in the ability to labor so as to produce economic value. Human capital is unique and different from any other capital. It is necessary for companies to ac ...

                                               

Learning effect (economics)

                                               

Life chances

Life chances-a theory social Sciences of the ability of each person to improve their quality of life. A concept introduced by German sociologist Max Weber in the 1920-ies. It is a probabilistic concept, describing how likely, given some of the fa ...

                                               

Private university

Private universities, typically not operated by governments, although many receive tax breaks, public student loans and grants. Depending on their location, private universities may be subject to state regulation. This is in contrast to public un ...

                                               

School choice

"School choice" is a term for pre-College public education, describing a wide range of programs offers students and their families alternatives to public schools in which students generally are assigned at the place of residence of the family. In ...

                                               

School Lands

School Lands are land grants to support education. Support of public education in the United States preceded the Constitution, two years before the adoption of the US Constitution of 1787, the Congress of the Confederation provided support for pu ...

                                               

Screening (economics)

Screening in Economics refers to a strategy of combating adverse selection, one of the potential solutions to the complications in cases of asymmetric information, the agent with less information. The concept of screening was first developed by M ...

                                               

Sheepskin effect

The sheepskin effect is applied economic theory, that people with advanced degrees earn more income than people who have equivalent number of students not possessing a degree. There are lots of applied Economics papers that investigate the signal ...

                                               

Student financial aid (Finland)

Student financial aid in Finland consists of the state benefits that provide economic security for students and enable all students to study. Almost all Finnish students receive financial assistance, including foreigners who are permanent residen ...

                                               

Tertiary education fees in Australia

High cost of training in Australia paid for tuition in higher educational institutions. The Central government, also known as the Commonwealth government provides loans and subsidies to reduce the cost of higher education for some students. Some ...

                                               

The Case Against Education

The case against education: why the education system is a waste of time and money is a book written by economist Bryan Caplan and published in 2018 to Princeton University press. Based on the economic concepts of labor market signaling and resear ...

                                               

Uzawa–Lucas model

Model Uzawa–Lucas is an economic model of endogenous growth developed by Robert Lucas, Jr., based on initial contributions by Hirofumi Uzawa. It extends the two-sector AK model setup, in which physical and human capital are produced by different ...

                                               

Affinity space

An affinity space is a place where learning happens. According to James Paul Gee, the proximity of the location where groups of people come together because of a shared strong interest or involvement in a common cause. Often but not always occurr ...

                                               

Circle time

Circle time, also called group time refers to any time that a group of people sit together any activity each. This method is now widely used in schools of UK and USA. In Scotland many primary schools use the method regularly and it is beginning t ...

                                               

Drug-free school zone

The United States Federal law and many state and local laws increase penalties for drug trafficking in school zones drug-free. Fines vary from jurisdiction to jurisdiction, in terms of whether they stand alone as separate offenses or serve to str ...

                                               

Inclusion (education)

Inclusion in education refers to a model in which students with special needs spend most or all of their time with special needs students. It arises in the context of special education individual educational program or 504 plan, and is built on t ...

                                               

Individual Learning Plan

Individual learning plan or ILP is a user specific program or strategy of education or learning that takes into account students strengths and weaknesses. While normal classroom or distance education is based on the premise that all should get eq ...

                                               

Literate environment

A literate environment may include written materials, electronic and broadcast media and information and communication technologies that stimulate the acquisition of literacy, reading culture, improved literacy retention and access to information ...

                                               

Mixed-sex education

Mixed-sex education, also known as blended education, collaborative learning and cooperative learning, an education system, where men and women study together. While single-sex education was more common until the 19th century, mixed-sex education ...

                                               

Open classroom

Public class student-centered learning in the format of "design Space" which first became popular in North America in the late 1960s and 1970s years, with the revival in the early 21st century.

                                               

Yidan Prize

The prize Yidan was created in 2016, the prize Fund Yidan. Chen Yidan English name is Charles Chen, has established a Foundation and awards to promote educational causes. The first laureates were named in September 2017, and the first award cerem ...

                                               

North of England Education Conference

In the North of England Education conference is the largest annual British conference on education. The first conference was held in Manchester in 1903. The event provided an opportunity for senior managers in education, childrens services, gover ...

                                               

Second International Congress on Education of the Deaf

Second international Congress on education of the deaf was the first international conference of deaf educators held in Milan, Italy in 1880. It is widely known as the "Milan conference ". After discussions with 6 to 11 September, 1880, the confe ...

                                               

WeatherReadyFest

WeatherReadyFest previously WeatherFest is an annual public outreach event organised by the National weather Association in conjunction with the organizations annual meeting. The event includes hands-on activities and exhibits focused on atmosphe ...

                                               

World Innovation Summit for Education

World summit on innovation in education is an international initiative aimed at transforming education through innovation. Wise was established by Qatar Foundation in 2009 under the patronage of the President, Sheikha Mozah bint Nasser. The bienn ...

                                               

History of education

The pursuit of universal literacy is the development of the last 150-200 years. Schools for the young have historically been supplemented with advanced training for priests, bureaucrats and specialists.

                                               

Anaxagoras

Anaxagoras was a pre-Socratic Greek philosopher. Born in Clazomenae, in a time when Asia Minor was under the control of the Persian Empire, Anaxagoras came to Athens. According to Diogenes Laertius and Plutarch, in later life he was accused of im ...

                                               

Ancient higher-learning institutions

Many old institutions of higher education have been developed in many cultures to provide institutional frameworks for scholarly activities. These ancient centres were organized and controlled by the courts, religious institutions, which sponsore ...

                                               

Asian quota

The Asian quota is a type of racial quota, limits the number of people of Asian origin in the institution, a special case of the exhaustive list. In particular, it relates to the alleged quota in the US higher education admissions, particularly t ...

                                               

Association for Promoting Christian Knowledge

Society for promoting Christian knowledge is a Ireland based Christian charity, founded in 1792. He has worked for over 200 years, to increase the awareness of the Christian faith in Ireland and around the world.

                                               

Calmecac

In the Calmecac was a school for the sons of the Aztec nobility in the late postclassic period of Mesoamerican history, where they would receive rigorous religious and military training. The two main primary sources for information about the calm ...

                                               

Dame school

School-Dame was one of the earliest forms of private elementary school in English-speaking countries. They are usually taught by women and were often located in the teachers House.

                                               

Education reform

Education reform is the name given to the goal of changing public education. Historically, reforms have taken different forms because the motivations of reformers have differed. However, since the 1980-ies, the education reform was aimed at chang ...

                                               

Emile, or On Education

Emile, or on education is a treatise on the nature of education and about the nature of man written by Jean-Jacques Rousseau, who considered him "the best and most important" of all his works. In view of the book entitled "confession of a Savoyar ...

                                               

Empirical evidence

Empirical data is information obtained through the senses, in particular through monitoring and documenting models and conduct experiments. The term comes from the Greek word for experience, ἐμπειρία. After Immanuel Kant, in philosophy, it is cal ...

                                               

English-medium education

English-medium education system is one that uses English as the primary means of instruction - particularly where English is not the native language of the students. Initially this is due to the expansion of English from its homeland in England a ...

                                               

Female education

Female education is a comprehensive term, and a complex set of issues and debates around education for girls and women. It includes gender equality and access to education, and its link to poverty reduction. Participants are also questions of sin ...

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