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Now there's home schooling on a fulltime basis and home schooling for the summer vacation. But does home schooling work? How can a parent discipline their own children and teach them effectively? As schools want smaller class sizes, maybe home schooling is the answer. But what lessons can you prepare and how can a non-teacher teach? All these issues are covered in these educational articles. Find the right tutor for your child and discover how to measure the progress of your students.

Avail CNA Training by attending Online Classes

Posted on January 2, 2011 by Tim

You may have a passion to serve sufferings by offering compassionate nursing care to the bedside patients. But suppose, you are working somewhere else or have very busy time schedule and can not attend campus based regular classes, what alternative do you have to attend your CNA Training programs.

Graphical Presentation Of Tabular Data - Pie And Doughnut Charts (Part 5 of 5)

Posted on December 24, 2010 by Paul E West

Pie and doughnut charts offer a fun and accessible way for children to learn about graphical representations of data. The final article in this five-part series explains how to make these charts and also outlines some of their practical applications.

Graphical Presentation Of Tabular Data - Scatter Or Line Graphs (Part 4 of 5)

Posted on December 24, 2010 by Paul E West

Scatter and line graphs are an effective way of making statistics interesting and accessible. The fourth article in this series explores how they work and how they might be integrated into maths teaching in the classroom.

Graphical Presentation Of Tabular Data - Bar and Cylinder Charts (Part 3 of 5)

Posted on December 24, 2010 by Paul E West

Bar charts are a good way of making statistics accessible and understandable. The third article in this series explores different types of bar and cylinder charts, while providing practical examples of where they might be used and what the benefits are in the classroom.

Graphical Presentation Of Tabular Data - Histograms (Part 2 of 5)

Posted on December 23, 2010 by Paul E West

Presenting data in a histogram is an easy way to make statistics both interesting and accessible to school children. In this, the second of a series of five articles, the method of producing a histogram is outlined, along with the benefits its use can have in the classroom.

Graphical Presentation Of Tabular Data - Introduction (Part 1 of 5)

Posted on December 22, 2010 by Paul E West

Tables, charts and graphs offer children exciting and meaningful ways of viewing and understanding data. This, the first in a series of five articles, introduces the different types of graphical representations and the benefits of using them in the classroom.

NCERT Solutions: Resolving Problems

Posted on December 22, 2010 by Ashutosh Sharma

The National Council of Educational Research and Training i.e. NCERT with headquarters in New Delhi, is the topmost resource institute that has been set up by the Government of India, to help out as well as recommend the Central as well as different State Governments on academic issues pertaining to school education.

Model Papers CBSE: Stepping Stone for Examination

Posted on December 22, 2010 by Ashutosh Sharma

Model papers are the best tools to evaluate students� performance before he or she goes to real arena of examination. The finest technique is to crack the Model papers in the set time to actually evaluate the time management and speed.

Back to Basics of Mathematics

Posted on December 21, 2010 by kutaibah

There are many people who detest mathematics and feel that it is their worst subject. The truth is that they already know the basics, but perhaps, were never properly taught how to build on the basics to learn more elaborate functionalities of math. If you know how to add and subtract, you should be able to learn how to multiply and divide. Almost anyone can become good in math, if they approach it properly. I think that the main barrier between many people and math is false perception.

How to prepare for CBSE School exams?

Posted on December 19, 2010 by Ashutosh Sharma

It�s important for students to understand that the most important tip to excel in school exams is not to shy away from it but take school exams head-on after a thorough and confident preparation.

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