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As a school, you have something in common with the families who visit SchoolAdvice.net. You both want what’s best for the students. You know your school has a lot to offer but it can be difficult to communicate that message effectively and efficiently. This is why efficiently marketing your school is ever so important.
It’s Open House season across the country. Families thinking about private school options have a lot to consider when trying to find the right school. This can be overwhelming as there are many different options and many different aspects to consider when choosing a school.
Some times the best way to achieve positive results is to consider the most negative possibilities and do the opposite. Much has been said and written about how to motivate teachers. Perhaps more can be learned by thinking about how to avoid the negative. In that spirit, here are seven ways that are sure to demotivate teachers.
Many of you may be hearing whispers that Facebook is dead, but it is in fact very much alive. Although new competitors have emerged over the years, Facebook has always been able to adapt their platform and introduce new features to avert potential threats and to keep its audience growing with more users on any other social network.
Exam period can be a stressful time for many students, so we’ve published a Top 10 Study Strategies list that can help ease anxiety and let students be confident when writing their exam.
It is time to change the conversation on education reform. Established educational institutions and teaching methodologies have reached their limits. It’s time to stop questioning how to improve the governmental system of education and begin to question how we can ensure learning for all students. A revolution in education will only come about
With IELTS, you will no doubt have a much better grasp of the most globally spoken language in the world, making your transition into academia much smoother and professionally, you will be much more employable.
A person’s wellbeing and capacity to be engaged in their learning go in hand in hand. Having one without the other creates an imbalance. In today’s education system more and more students are experiencing toxic stress because the demands of life are consistently outpacing the students’ ability to cope with these varied demands that are placed upon them.
To thrive in a highly competitive marketplace, the best solution is to rise above the competition and articulate what makes your school one of a kind. But what happens when other schools take the same approach and also position themselves as one of a kind.
The dilemma of uniqueness is summed up in this quote by Deacon Jones:
Busy schedules are common place in everyone’s lives today which can make it more complicated for students and their families to find the time needed to develop their English language skills. At SchoolAdvice Academy, we make is easy for you! Our ESL program is given online by experienced and qualified teachers who work around your schedule.
Today SchoolAdvice has grown into an international network of educators working with families, school leadership, and educators in a global setting. We consult with families seeking schools to meet the needs of their children. We build relationships with schools and their leadership teams to learn more so we may provide better advice to our family clients and provide schools services designed to drive engagement, enrollment and strengthen the school brand..
English is a complex language to learn with a ton of intricacies in its grammatical structure. Luckily, with SchoolAdvice Academy’s online English language learning program, developing English fluency is much more structured, engaging and efficient! We are dedicated to the personal and academic success of students through a personalized, hands on approach based on the students strengths and interests.
Get a study permit through the Student Direct Stream, a new Canadian Federal Government Program
International students wishing to attend schools in Canada may now apply for a new program launched by the Canadian Government. The new program fast tracks the applicant, but there are conditions.
Conversations make the evaluation process rich, meaningful, and credible.
When evaluating teaching, the evaluator must work to understand and appreciate, what the teacher is doing, and the reasons for the choices the teacher has made. While the reasons for some may seem obvious, many will not be. It is in the post-observation conversations that these will be explored.
There are many great advantages moving to Quebec however, Bill 101 is not one them. This bill limits your options for the education of your child, especially if you are new to Canada. This legislation was created and implemented in 1977, in order to protect the French language and free the province from the dominant language, English.
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