10 Things that have Shaped the Last Ten Years

February 25, 2013

This infograpahic provides a list of the ten most important things that have influenced our lives in the last ten years and a reason for each. The list includes the election of President Obama and the advent of social media among other things. Source


International Students in the U.S.

February 24, 2013

The United States is the top destination for international students in the world. China has recently become the top source of international students for the U.S. and it’s showing no signs of slowing down. International students are critical revenue sources for colleges and universities and have a huge impact on the U.S. economy. Source


Teaching English grammar – the uses of the present simple

February 24, 2013

English grammar for TEFL teachers. An over view of the main uses of the present simple in English. Source


Studying Abroad: The Costs

February 23, 2013

Comparing the overall cost of a degree in indian rupees in six popular study destinations in Australasia, Asia, America and Europe – including all-important tuition and course fees, and a selection of day-to-day living costs. Source


Operation Nurse

February 23, 2013

As one of the key members to any health care organization, nurses have a strong association in our society with a high level respect and admiration. “Operation Nurse” shares some fun information about nurses and the daily responsibilities they undertake. Source


Education and Spending in America

February 22, 2013

A look at the current school population and spending per student Source


Teaching English grammar – the uses of the past continuous

February 22, 2013

English grammar for TEFL teachers. An over view of the main uses of the past continuous in English. Source


12 Useful Internet Acronyms

February 21, 2013

Acronyms on the internet have existed for nearly as long as the internet itself. For regularly repeated phrases, this is a handy way to type less and speed up conversation. For someone in a chat room for the first time, conversation can look like scrolling alphabet soup, and for a parent, cell phone text from […]


Fall Prevention Tips

February 21, 2013

From slick floors to overzealous pets, our homes are filled with obstacles that can cause us to fall. The dangers of fall-related injuries are especially high for senior citizens.Seniors can stay safe by investing in personal alert systems, getting sufficient calcium and exercising regularly. Source


Presidents Setting Precedent

February 20, 2013

While most people — probably most especially students — don’t tend to think of them as such, college presidents are actually quite cutting edge. In fact, college presidents are more likely than the general public to be using a number of new technologies including smartphones, tablets, e-readers and social media accounts. This enthusiasm for technology […]


Most Misspelled Words

February 20, 2013

Many of the commonly misspelled words plaguing America also annoy UK writers. In fact, 8 of the 15 most misspelled words in there are on the American list of misspelled words Source


Backpack Evolution: How Technology Changed Backpack Essentials

February 19, 2013

Technology has changed what tools students carry with them over the past couple of decades. See how backpacks from the 1990s and 2000s compare to today’s. Source