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HIGHER EDUCATION ARTICLES AND BLOG POSTS

Latest articles and blog posts about worldwide accreditation standards, events and conferences. Latest information on EAHEA - European Association for Higher Education & Accreditation initiatives and activities.

2020-11-23
3 minute(s)
How Teachers Can Help Students With Burnout Symptoms

How Teachers Can Help Students With Burnout Symptoms

Students can often feel stressed out from strict study hours. Study stress has always been a common problem among students. However, modern learning is anything but simple. The charts that display student mental health issues are skyrocketing. The earlier tension from education has doubled over, and students keep spiraling into the never-ending circle. 2020 stats show that students are more str......

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2020-11-12
4 minute(s)
Student Health Vs Study Stress – How to Manage

Student Health Vs Study Stress – How to Manage

Educational trends have changed a lot over the years. They have become more student-centered, therefore increasing more pressure on students. Student learning mostly revolves around self-motivation as classwork becomes more exploratory rather than introductory. Students are required to learn the basics on their own and then explore it further in the classroom with the assistance of teachers. Class......

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2020-10-15
5 minute(s)
6 Innovative Tools to Boost Teacher Productivity

6 Innovative Tools to Boost Teacher Productivity

Teachers always go into overdrive to help the students reach their full potential. Teaching the students, guiding, lecturing, grading, there are so many things that one teacher takes care of while ensuring that students learn and earn good grades. Sometimes a teacher is able to finish off 10 tasks with a big smile and sometimes dealing with students alone can be frustrating. Teachers are often goo......

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2020-09-04
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Narrowing The Achievement Gap – 6 Strategies for Educators

Narrowing The Achievement Gap – 6 Strategies for Educators

Educators often find it challenging to teach slow learners. These students require more time, effort, and attention from their mentors. Although, the majority of the teachers believe that what’s more challenging is teaching a class that is a combination of bright and struggling students. When you are teaching fifty students and some of them learn too quickly, while others are still stuck on page o......

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2020-08-06
3 minute(s)
Reasons Why The Library Should Affect Your College Choice

Reasons Why The Library Should Affect Your College Choice

The college library is an important aspect a student should consider when shortlisting their college choice. It is a place where you can read books, carry out your research, find a peaceful place to study, and maybe read a refreshing magazine. Moreover, today college libraries extend their reach out to the internet, incorporating many services and resources available right from their websites. ......

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2020-07-23
5 minute(s)
How to Choose A Perfect University for Yourself?

How to Choose A Perfect University for Yourself?

This is the phrase is often heard from our parents, teachers, and siblings when we are on the edge of finishing your A levels. Obviously, they are not at all lying when they say this as they also have experienced this phase in their lives. For most of the students, the university is the place where they finally get the independence they have been craving for. They can go out anywhere, anytime, ......

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2019-12-13
3 minute(s)
Why Teachers Should Give Less Homework to Students?

Why Teachers Should Give Less Homework to Students?

There’s no secret that the education system has become very competitive nowadays. Like the child’s first step or first utterance of the words mamma or daddy, a child’s first day of school is also a life changing event. Children usually have a relaxing time at the beginning of their school life and begin to catch on slowly. Parents and children get wrapped up in routine and it doesn’t usually take ......

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2019-11-06
2 minute(s)
College Selection in 8 Simple Steps

College Selection in 8 Simple Steps

According to the experts, choosing a college could be fun. On the contrary, students and parents find it overwhelming and stressful. Finding the right college can be easily done if certain tips and tricks are followed. Here are some useful tips from the college counselors and officials that can make college selection process less stressful. Short list the chosen colleges: Have a look at the op......

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2019-10-11
3 minute(s)
How to Avoid Student Humiliation?

How to Avoid Student Humiliation?

"Death with dignity is better than life with humiliation." – Anonymous A depressing quote, isn´t it? But it is the truth, a bitter reality of our modern society. Our society is hit by one of the most brutal trends that has ended up in terrible outcomes. Humiliation! Humiliation is one of the viruses that has covered the schools and educational institutes, all around the world. Students are ......

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2019-09-20
3 minute(s)
How Can You Make A Boring Class Lecture More Dynamic?

How Can You Make A Boring Class Lecture More Dynamic?

Are you tired of applying the same old techniques and methods to your teaching? Are your students not taking interest during classroom lectures and lack attention? What must be done? How can children be made to start liking the class lecture and take active participation throughout? Well that’s simple. You don’t have to climb Himalayas for it. Just a little change can do wonders in your c......

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2019-08-18
5 minute(s)
Teaching English Via Newspapers

Teaching English Via Newspapers

Teachers today use various methods and ways to teach their students. Different technologies are also being used in the classrooms to make the teaching learning process more effective. Moreover, various media mediums are also used among which newspaper is used by teachers to teach English. You must be wondering that why newspapers as they are the oldest medium of communication and children might......

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2019-06-17
5 minute(s)
Collaborative Learning Vs Co-Operative Learning

Collaborative Learning Vs Co-Operative Learning

Many great philosophers like Socrates and psychologists like Jean Piaget and Vygotsky believed that effective learning takes place when students are given a chance to distribute their ideas and understandings with their peers. Children infact learn more deeply when they interact with their peers during class discussions and group work. The old and traditional methods of teaching no longer work bet......

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