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  • TO TEACH OR NOT TO TEACH – A PERSPECTIVE
    EDUCATIONAL BLOG 8580 views

    TO TEACH OR NOT TO TEACH – A PERSPECTIVE

    When I worked as an Arts & Craft teacher in the year 1997, I was less interested in wanting to become a certain type of teacher and more interested in showing the students their worth and value. I believe that the true purpose of a teacher is to prepare students for the professional, career-oriented world which they will eventually step into.

  • MASLOW’S HIERARCHY OF NEEDS FOR LEARNERS

    MASLOW’S HIERARCHY OF NEEDS FOR LEARNERS

    In the mid-1950s, psychologist Abraham Maslow created the famous Maslow’s Hierarchy of Needs where he explained that certain needs (in the lower levels of the hierarchy) must be met before a person will try to satisfy higher-level needs. Over the years, this theory has been highly popular in Business Management however, it is being increasingly used to motivate learners in the classroom setting. It clearly explains its significant impact on the field of psychology and education.

  • E-LEARNING: MOBILISING KNOWLEDGE BEYOND CLASSROOMS
    EDUCATIONAL BLOG 30576 views

    E-LEARNING: MOBILISING KNOWLEDGE BEYOND CLASSROOMS

    E-Learning carries various benefits over traditional classroom-based education. However, the decision to...

  • INTERNAL QUALITY ASSURANCE OF ASSESSMENT – SETTING THE STANDARDS!

    INTERNAL QUALITY ASSURANCE OF ASSESSMENT – SETTING THE STANDARDS!

    In Education and Training, there are two main concepts of Quality Assurance: Internal Quality Assurance (IQA) and External Quality Assurance (EQA). Internal Quality Assurance ensures that the assessors and teachers make consistent, reliable and valid assessment decisions. External Quality Assurance is carried out through an awarding body to support and help maintain robust IQA systems and processes.

  • THE GLOBAL TEACHER PRIZE: ITS WINNING IMPACT
    EDUCATIONAL BLOG 59843 views

    THE GLOBAL TEACHER PRIZE: ITS WINNING IMPACT

    Lack of education is a major factor behind many of the social, political and economic issues faced by the world today. At ELN The e-Learning Network, we believe education has the power to reduce poverty, prejudice and conflict – and the Global Teacher Prize is all about rewarding the educators who are making a difference in the world.

    The status of teachers in cultures across the world is critically important to our global future. 

  • ONLINE VOCATIONAL COURSES VS UNIVERSITY DEGREE
    EDUCATIONAL BLOG 38803 views

    ONLINE VOCATIONAL COURSES VS UNIVERSITY DEGREE

    About six years ago, I remember thinking that university wasn’t for me because I wasn’t ready for it at that time. I know there are people today that feel the same way especially when it comes to choosing courses with a matching career goal. Online vocational courses helped me boost my career and get a recognised qualification without compromising on my finances and personal goals.