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Personal Qualities Needed To Be A Validation Engineer

24th March 2010
Validation engineers represent a growth-oriented sector that presents many lucrative opportunities for the enterprising computer science major. As a validation engineer, you can work a job that plays to your personality, strengths, communication skills, a... Read >
Author: JohnnySmith

Using Realia in the Classroom

23rd March 2010
What is Realia? If you're thinking the word 'realia' sounds vaguely Latin, then you'd be correct. In the TEFL classroom, the word realia means using real items found in everyday life as an aid to teaching English. Using realia helps to make English le... Read >
Author: Robert Palmer

A Exercise in Freestyle the Art of Rhyming

22nd March 2010
If you wish to be a freestyle rapper, it is very important for you to learn freestyle the art of rhyming. Without your rhymes, you won't be a professional freestyle rapper. So the more rhymes that you have, the better freestyler you will end up. And that ... Read >
Author: freestylemethod

6 Reasons Why You Should Learn to Speak Spanish

15th February 2010
Are you considering learning a second language? Why not make it Spanish? Here are six compelling reasons you should consider Spanish as your second language. 1. The Spanish speaking population is huge and growing, especially in the United States. Sp... Read >
Author: Deane Alban

Jigsaw Puzzles and Child Development

30th December 2009
Jigsaw puzzles have a lot of educational value for children of all ages. This is because to do a jigsaw requires a child to use several different aspects of the thinking process. A baby learns to recognize objects by their shape and not necessarily wh... Read >
Author: Marlin Rollins

Language Production Activities in the TEFL/ESL Classroom; Moving Beyond Gap Fills

24th November 2009
Somewhere between scholarly studies of how people learn and the frontline experience of teaching, the issue of how TEFL/ESL learners actually acquire and keep language is confronted in activity design. Language practice activities come in many forms, and ... Read >
Author: Will Pearson

How To Write A Perfect Email For Your First Dating Contact

30th October 2009
Are you into online dating? Are you frustrated at sending emails and not getting responses from people? Have you tried a lot of tricks that have not worked so far? If you are a victim of such online dating crisis then there are tips specially made for you... Read >
Author: Rahul Rungta

CorelDraw X3

16th October 2009
CorelDraw X3 is the latest version of the previous version of CorelDraw. CorelDraw X3 has plenty of advantages in designing a particular object-based vector objects. Although in some ways. CorelDRAW X3 able to do simple tasks for bitmap field. Well, befor... Read >
Author: Tutang MM

How to enhance your GK and IQ

15th October 2009
Brain is very similar to a muscle. Like muscles, brain also needs the right kind of exercise and nutrition. The more you use your brain in the right direction, the more you will enhance your ability to focus and think sharply. On the contrary, if you feed... Read >
Author: kinal

How to Learn a Language - The Three Pillars of Language Acquisition

18th August 2009
In my school days I never really learned how to learn a language. As a result, I spent years struggling and failing to learn various foreign languages. To help me finally have some success in my language learning efforts, I had to study the techniques use... Read >
Author: cchan

Tools to Promote Your Educational Program Online

23rd July 2009
Online Strategies to Maximize Promotions for an Educational Website A school website can do a lot for teaching, informing, and promoting to your clients and future enrollees. Yet, having a school website doesn't solve fully promoting your business. To ... Read >
Author: Kristine Sanchez

Taking a free online transcription test

19th July 2009
Are you considering taking a free online transcription test? The vast majority of people who are aiming for a career in transcription services will find that it is almost mandatory to take an online transcription test at one point or another. This is espe... Read >
Author: Steve Turner

Dance Designer’s Choreo Score™ – New Dance Technology for Professional Choreographers

16th July 2009
For decades choreographers have been struggling to document and archive dance similar to the music industry using notation and a written score. There have been varying degrees of success to this approach. Until now, there has been no notation techn... Read >
Author: Choreopro

Teaching English to Young Learners

10th July 2009
Whether you enjoy working with children or not, it is likely that you'll find yourself teaching this age group at some point in your TEFL career. They can be difficult and challenging but they can also be the most enthusiastic and rewarding students you... Read >
Author: Robert Palmer

Some Important Features of SOAP

01st May 2009
SOAP stands for "Simple Object Access Protocol" but with the latest revision of the standard, Version 1.2, SOAP is no longer an acronym. The SOAP standard contains the information for how the messages should be sent, the format the XML appears in, the dif... Read >
Author: Spec India
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