Today, I attended my son’s annual day celebrations. He is 3 years old. Part of the celebrations included him and his classmates performing on stage. Seeing him dance and wave his hands in the air on the stage reminded me of my first stage performance.
Desperately trying to keep this series to a one a month affair, so that my blog does not look like a link farm … eep! I am even afraid to type that … but I have to say this .. I don’t want my blog to end up being a link farm. There I said […]
In a country where the rate of unemployment has not decreased much, and in one where the economic condition has not significantly increased over the past years, the need for further education has always been felt. An interesting infographich which shows whether Doctorate programs in the US are worth the time and money.
Finland’s Education System, although seemingly better than others is correct for first world countries which have the capability to support all of its citizens.
An infographic about Education in China and how it compares to that in the United States.
I had earlier posted about how developing countries are shifting towards online learning. Little did I think that are educational institutes updating their physical infrastructure at that rapid rate? Never would I thought that access to internet would be a problem faced by the students in the United States … well … now their learning […]
One more infographic to share here … it’s interesting to note how pedagogy is changing and how certain education systems (US in this case) are able to adapt faster to this.