Saturday, August 31, 2013 // admin
Trading is an attractive career path for many people; the opportunity to earn the kind of money many other jobs and businesses can’t offer. Glamorised by movies and the media, many people want to be down on the trading floor amongst the excitement and drama. This isn’t always the reality, with many people now trading from home, using it as a form of secondary income.
If you’re looking to become a professional trader, then what is the best way for you to learn the skills and techniques required to becoming successful at trading? There are a number of businesses now offering courses, internships and workshops for people looking to trade professionally.
Trading courses are a great way to learn what you need to begin trading. Cours Read more…
Tuesday, April 15, 2014 // admin
In the United Kingdom, student’s loans are becoming as much a headache for students as it is in the United States – a fact of life caused by the increase in tuition fees among colleges and universities offering further education. Keep in mind that tuition fees were only introduced in the United Kingdom in 1998 starting at £1,000 a year but many learning institutions charge their students as much as £6,000 to £9,000 a year nowadays.
Fortunately, there is a way around such headache – joining an apprenticeship program in your chosen vocation or profession. With said decision, you can skip out on the hefty student loans, earn good money to start your adult life, and get the best education to jumpstart your career. Now Read more…
Wednesday, March 12, 2014 // admin
Whether conducting pure chemistry tuition, or combined chemistry and physics tuition, there are specific techniques that need to be used. The need for application of special techniques is even more pressing when it comes to young learners, as they tend to get bored and lose interest very easily. The tutor will need to keep them actively involved throughout the training process. Here are some tips to keep the young minds yearning for knowledge.
Use tutorial rooms with movable furniture
Kids get bored when they sit in one boring position for the whole tutoring session. Read more…
Wednesday, January 29, 2014 // admin
Plenty of high-school graduates find it discouraging to select their major, especially when everybody around them seems to have reached their unique solution. The major selection isn’t permanent and is amenable to correction but an early right choice can save you time and money. This article gives some hints on this urgent topic.
I Hold to Your Interests
1. Reckon with your hobbies, passions, and values. These essential questions are most often missed by students. Usually graduates ask themselves about benefits of the major and about job it will bring. More significant is that a major is not inevitably a high road to a prospective career. R Read more…
Friday, January 17, 2014 // Evie McGaw
NYU’s expansion plans hit a snag today after State Supreme Court Justice in Manhattan Donna Mills ruled that the city illegally approved construction within public parklands without New York State’s approval. Mills dismissed five other claims against NYU’s pending construction on the two superblocks housing the Washington Square Village, Silver Towers, and Coles Sports Center.
The city’s approval of NYU’s proposal violated the Public Trust Doctrine and therefore allocated three strips of public parkland for non-park uses without proper approval. Now, the university must seek the State Legislator’s approval before using these small parklands for the project.
“So NYU has to go back to square one, said Randy Mastro, lawyer for NYUs opposition. Its massive expansion project is now dead, absent State Legislature approval, and that is never going to happen. End of story.
Wednesday, January 15, 2014 // Amy Quinn
On Thursday, August 1, students in CIBU’s Global Broadcast, Print, and Social Media Marketing class were treated to an extremely timely and thought-provoking speech by guest speaker and UK expert on Privacy, Lesley Tadgell-Foster. Ms.Tadgell-Foster is Managing Director at Shelfline Promotional Consultancy LTD and is also a Lead Professor at both Regents College London and Bournemouth University.
Ms.Tadgell-Foster shared with us some of the largest data breaches in the past few years. In one of the largest data losses in UK history, HM Revenue & Customs lost 2 CD’s containing child benefit records for 25 million people, including the bank records for 7.25 million families. In 2011, Sony lost 100 million names which cost them millions, not to mention their reputation. She shared T-Mobile’s call center employee data theft, in which employees sold millions of customer records to data brokers. All o
Tuesday, January 14, 2014 // Callum Whitfield
- Oct 2:
- Suit filed to invalidate signatures for Colorado education tax measure
- Sep 23:
- Poll shows more opposition to Colorado school finance tax measure
- Sep 16:
- Amendment 66 proponents double fundraising total in two weeks
- Sep 4:
- $950 million Colorado school finance measure officially on ballot
Proponents of the Amendment 66 school finance revamp and tax hike passed the $5 million mark in campaign contributions with more than $1.8 million reported Monday.
Teachers’ unions headed the list of donors to Colorado Commits to Kids, with the National Education Association pouring $1 million into the effort and the Colorado Education Association adding $300,000.
Other big-dollar donors were New York-based Education Reform Now with $250,000 and the Rose Community Foundation with $200,000.
Monday, January 13, 2014 // Amy Quinn
Do you have anything you’d like to add to the discussion, Terry?
The scene was a meeting at the Edusummit conference at UNESCO in Paris in 2011. The question came from the Chair.
Thank you, but no: everything I was going to say has already been said.
That was my response, because I didn’t see any purpose in repeating points that had not only been made, but also generally agreed upon. In fact, my contributions to many meetings are based on Salvator Rosa’s, dictum:
Be silent, unless what you have to say is better than silence.
The question is: does that make me a good collaborator, or not so good? How do we measure such things? And does any of it matter anyway?
Such navel-gazing arises from the fact that I’ve been asked to chair a seminar at BETT about measuring what we might call “soft” skills. Skills such as collaboration. Called “Mea