Posts Tagged“education”

If you are interested in the human brain, or just want to learn more about neurology, you will find this blog post fascinating. Here we have compiled five interesting facts about neurology that will help you understand this complex science better. From how the brain works to the different types of seizures, we cover a range of topics that will interest both beginners and experts like Dr. Sameer Suhail. So without further ado, let’s get started! 1. What is neurology and what does it study? Neurology is the study of the nervous system, which includes the brain, spinal cord, and…

An urban planning degree is perfect for individuals who want to help transform their community. More people around the world live in urban areas than in rural areas. These changes have caused challenges in maintaining current infrastructure, transportation, and housing. It has also led to the need for new urban developments, and you can help solve these problems with an urban planning degree. What is Urban Planning? Urban planning is the practice of developing land for use as an urban space. These spaces are typically cities or towns but can also be as small as a community center or new…

Some people like online learning because of their introverted nature, while others use this learning model to juggle job, life, and school. Although remote learning is not a new concept, the coronavirus has increased its popularity. Data from federal sources states half of all college students in the US take at least one online course now. Universities have also equipped themselves with the necessary technologies and resources to make distance learning more manageable for young students and professionals seeking to advance their careers. However, the challenge of choosing a course that matches your interests and needs remains. It’s probably become harder…

A life decision that haunts many business students towards the end of their undergrad degree is “To MBA or Not to MBA”? A few years back, an MBA degree (Master of Business Administration) was the talk of the town. Without an MBA, individuals looking for success in the corporate world were considered unprepared, underqualified, and unfit. However, recently, companies have started to prefer talent and skill over education status. This shift in priority has led to an endless debate over an MBA degree’s benefits. Is it worth the time and money? Which business school is the best choice? What is…

Today’s world is a glimpse of exactly how wonderful, as well as gruesome, humans can be. The world we live in was created for all, irrespective of our self-proclaimed superiority. Moreover, every functioning member of society is designated with different responsibilities, both directly and indirectly. One such responsibility is working for the betterment of society. More specifically, social work is an indirect obligation on all social animals. When we’re in a position of privilege, alongside being grateful, we must also give back to society. Amongst the numerous ways of being a better person is helping out the most vulnerable members…

The COVID-19 pandemic meant that many children across the globe underwent home-schooling, meaning that parents had to find innovative ways to educate children and keep them engaged. Millions of parents found this challenging and dread the notion of a COVID outbreak in school that would mean home-schooling would once again be necessary. However, provisions can be put in place so that the threat of home-schooling wouldn’t seem so daunting. There is a multitude of academic toys on the market so that children can simultaneously learn and feel entertained. So, what do you need to be ordering to make the most…

Getting an advanced business degree is a sensible way to advance your profession. Most companies want skilled candidates who not only have the expertise to do the job but also show excellent judgment when making business decisions. The same business concepts apply regardless of whether you work in the public or private sector. These decisions can be strategic, operational, or tactical. Many people believe that earning an MBA is the next big move in their professional development. An MBA can assist you in achieving your objectives, regardless of your industry or professional expertise. However, given the time commitment and financial…

You may be surprised to know that in the United States, someone needs a blood transfusion every 2 seconds. In fact, nearly 7 out of 10 people will need a blood transfusion at some point in their lifetime. Sadly, due to low blood donations and other complications, many hospitals are struggling with an insufficient supply of donated blood. In response to this crisis, many organizations have been created whose mission is to help raise awareness for the need for more donated blood and find ways to increase access.  One of the most effective ways to encourage more people to donate…

Due to the uncertainty and quickly changing landscape of the COVID-19 pandemic, the 2020-2021 school year was challenging for everyone, including students, parents, administration, and teachers. Even as 2022 approaches, schools are still evaluating whether to return to in-person learning or to continue to use a hybrid model for the upcoming school year. Here, Paulette Chaffee, attorney, educator, and Ambassador for Orange County 4th District, dives deeper into this topic below, highlighting how teachers rose to the challenges of the 2020-2021 school year. Schools Response to the Pandemic   The first confirmed coronavirus cases in the United States were on January…

Teachers have the noble duty of imparting knowledge to students, which takes the better part of the day during school days. Because teachers spend significant time with their learners, they become their natural caregivers. The students have diverse health backgrounds, some of which are not well known to the teachers. Sometimes, teachers face various health concerns among their students. Teachers need to be aware of particular health conditions to provide first-hand assistance to the learners in case of a need. Some common health conditions include: 1. Seizures Seizures affect one out of ten people. In an environment where there are…