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Museum folklore

Some Museum folklorists to work in museums of Ethnography, Ethnology, cultural history, folk art, often as instructors, curators and Directors. The rest work in other places, for example, the programmes of public folklore, academic institutions, ...

                                               

Nontraditional student

Non-traditional student is a term originating in North America, which belongs to the category of students in colleges and universities. National center for education statistics provided notes that there are different definitions of nontraditional ...

                                               

Online Writing Lab

Online writing lab is often an extension of the center of the writing University. Online entry labs offer help to students and other writers by providing literacy materials, such as handouts and slide presentations. Writers can also ask questions ...

                                               

Open Access Week

Open access is an annual scientific event focusing on open access and related topics. It takes place around the world during the last full week of October in many places both on and offline. Typical activities include talks, workshops, symposia, ...

                                               

Opportunity trap

Trap the power of social congestion in the competition for jobs when the number of applicants exceeds demand by a certain group of workers – in particular, a degree-holding graduate applicants. It differs from breaking opportunity that is the lac ...

                                               

Oral exam

The oral exam is a practice in many schools and disciplines, where an examiner asks questions to the learner in spoken form. The student must answer the question in such a way as to demonstrate sufficient knowledge of the subject for the exam. Th ...

                                               

Student orientation

Student orientation or new student orientation is a period before the beginning of the academic year in universities or higher education institutions. Various events are held to Orient and welcome new students during this period. The name of the ...

                                               

Harold Pinter and academia

Harold Pinter and academia concerns Academic recognition of and scholarship pertaining to Harold Pinter, CH, knight of the order of the British Empire, English playwright, screenwriter, actor, Director, poet, writer, political activist, and in 20 ...

                                               

Relative age effect

The term relative age effect, also known as date of birth effect birth effect is used to describe a bias, evident in the upper echelons of youth sport and the Academy, where the proportion is higher among those born in the beginning of the period ...

                                               

Rubric (academic)

In the terminology of education, the heading means "scoring guide used to evaluate the quality of training of students constructed responses." Simply put, it is a set of criteria for grading assignments. Rubrics typically contain evaluation crite ...

                                               

Scholarly method

Scholarly method or scholarship is the body of principles and used by scientists to make their claims about the subject as valid and reliable methods, and to familiarize them with the scientific community. It is the methods that systemically adva ...

                                               

Scholarship

A scholarship is an award of financial aid for students to continue their education. Scholarships are awarded based on various criteria, which usually reflect the values and purposes of the donor or founder of the award. Grants must not be repaid ...

                                               

Science of team science

The science of team science encompasses both conceptual and methodological strategies aimed at understanding and improving the processes and outcomes of joint work, collective research. It is useful to distinguish between the science of team init ...

                                               

Serials crisis

The term serials crisis has become common shorthand to describe the chronic increases the cost of the subscription many serial publications, such as scientific journals. The prices of these institutional or library card will grow much faster than ...

                                               

Academic specialization

In academia, specialization may be a training or a major in an academic institution or may refer to the area in which the practitioner. In the case of a teacher, academic specialization related to the topic that he does and teaches. This is a pre ...

                                               

Submission management

The art and science of collecting and processing materials is called submission management. Traditionally, materials have been collected in standalone mode, i.e. in the form of hard paper files or folders. However, due to recent penetration of th ...

                                               

Superhighway Summit

The summit of the highway were undertaken at the University of California, Los Angeless gym-Royce on 11 January 1994. It was the first public conference bringing together all the major industry, government and academic leaders in the field. He st ...

                                               

Academic term

The academic term is part of the school year, the time during which educational institution holds classes. Approved schedules vary. In most countries an academic year begins in late summer or early autumn and ends during the following spring or s ...

                                               

Thesis

The thesis or dissertation is a document submitted in support of candidature for a degree or professional qualification, represents the authors of the study and conclusions. In some contexts the word "thesis" or a cognate is used for part of a ba ...

                                               

Three Minute Thesis

Three minute thesis competition or 3МТ, is an annual competition held in more than 200 universities around the world. It is open to graduate students, and challenges participants to present their studies in 180 seconds, in an entertaining form th ...

                                               

Tui (intellectual)

A TUI is an intellectual who sells his or her abilities and opinions as a commodity in the market or who uses them to support the dominant ideology of the mainstream society. The German modernist theatre practitioner Bertolt Brecht coined the ter ...

                                               

Two-body problem (career)

The two-body problem is a dilemma for life partners in educational institutions related to the difficulty of both spouses getting a job in the same University or within a reasonable commuting distance from each other. The Central dilemma is thus ...

                                               

University constituency

University constituency is a constituency, for elections to the legislative body which represents the members of one or more universities, not the people of a geographic region. These may or may not involve plural voting, in which voters are enti ...

                                               

WePapers

WePapers is an academic writing and research help platform that offers the production of content, including documents marketed, creating an essay editing, proofreading, and plagiarism checking. WePapers also provides access to free sample article ...

                                               

Academic studies about Wikipedia

Since then, as Wikipedia was a few years, there have been numerous academic studies about Wikipedia in peer-reviewed journals. These studies can be grouped into two categories. The first analysis of the production and the reliability of the encyc ...

                                               

Academic writing

Academic writing or scientific works is a register of prose, which is traditionally characterized by "proof.what the writer was persistent, open and disciplined in their studies," priorities "of reason over emotion or sensual perception" and that ...

                                               

Writing center

Many institutions of higher education to maintain a writing center that provides students with free assistance on their papers, projects, reports, multimodal documents, web pages, etc. from the consultants. Although the writing center staff is of ...

                                               

Anti-schooling activism

Anti-schooling activism or radical education reform, describes the many posts criticizing the laws On compulsory school attendance. These positions are opposed by the current standard of school education for reasons such as the use of compulsory ...

                                               

Fay Biles

Fay Biles is an American academic and athletic trainer College. She was the first woman to serve in the role of a Vice-presidency at the University of Ohio. As a coach, field Hockey and lacrosse team, she has recorded more victories than any othe ...

                                               

Nelle A. Coley

Nell Artis Coley, a well-known educator, was born in Greensboro, North Carolina in 1909. She attended a local parochial elementary school in Greensboro to start public school. She enrolled at Bennett College in 1926, graduating in high school in ...

                                               

Declaration on the Common Language

The Declaration of a common language was released in the year 2017, a group of intellectuals and NGOs from Croatia, Bosnia and Herzegovina, Montenegro and Serbia, who worked under the banner of a project called "Language and nationalism". Before ...

                                               

Education in Poland during World War II

World war II saw a growing underground education in Poland. Secretly conducted education, trained scientists and workers for post-war reconstruction of Poland and countered the German and Soviet threats to eliminate Polish culture.

                                               

Flying University

The flying University was an underground educational enterprise that operated from 1885 to 1905 in Warsaw, the historic Polish capital, then under the control of the Russian Empire, and that was revived between 1977 and 1981 in the peoples Republ ...

                                               

Helene Nomsa Brath

Nomsa Brath, Ellen-mother, wife, community organizer, activist education reformer, enlightener, public figure and artist. She was married and worked with her husband Elombe Brath for over 50 years. In the 1960s, when she was Grandassa model. They ...

                                               

Adelaide L. Sanford

Adelaide Sanford Luvenia was born in Brooklyn, new York. She is the leader, scholar, administrator, activist, social activist and national advocate for African-centered education for students of African descent. She works in the field of educatio ...

                                               

Scholarism

Scholarism was in Hong Kong a democratic student activist groups, active in the field of education policy in Hong Kong political reform and youth policy. It was reported to have 200 members in may 2015. The band was known for its position in main ...

                                               

Secret Teaching Organization

Secret teaching organization was an underground Polish educational organization created in 1939 after the German invasion of Poland to provide underground education in occupied Poland. The organization was created at the end of October 1939 in Wa ...

                                               

Self Organised Learning Environment

Self-organized learning environment is a program designed to support independent learning. Sugata Mitra, education scientist, first popularized the term in 1999, referring to the approach he developed after his hole in the wall experiments. Mitra ...

                                               

Underground education

Underground education, or clandestine education, refers to various practices of teaching carried out at times and places where such educational activities were declared illegal. Examples of places where there was widespread covert practices of ed ...

                                               

Jitu Weusi

Jitu Weusi educator, education advocate, writer, public figure, writer, activist, mentor, jazz and art program promoter. He is one of the founders of the national black United front, Jitu Weusi Institute for development, the international African ...

                                               

AEDIPS

AEDIPS, the Association of educational development and improvement professionals in Scotland is the Association that supports the development of education in Scotland, with particular emphasis on the right quality. Formerly known EAS of the Assoc ...

                                               

Allegheny Intermediate Unit

Intermediate unit Allegheny is a branch of the Department of education of Pennsylvania, and is the largest of the 29 intermediate units in Pennsylvania. It was created by the General Assembly of the state in 1971 and is headquartered in HOMESTEAD ...

                                               

American College Personnel Association

The American Association of College personnel - College student educators International is a major student Affairs Association headquartered in Washington, D.C., at the National center for higher education. Founded in 1924 by may L. Cheney, was a ...

                                               

Noelle W. Arnold

Noel V. Arnold, Ph. D., Deputy Dean, associate Professor and Director of the EDD program in educational administration College of education and human ecology the Ohio state University. It is remarkable that the first woman African American Presid ...

                                               

Asociacion de Inspectores de Educacion

Association de Inspectores de Educacion is a Spanish professional Association of Directors of education. The number of participants is the most important Association of these professionals in Spain: today, 950 out of 1600 Spanish inspectors of sc ...

                                               

Beyond Culture

A key factor in explaining the sad state of American education can be found in over-bureaucratization, which is seen in the compulsion to consolidate our public schools into massive factories and to increase to mammoth size our universities even ...

                                               

Reseau Canope

Introductory carport is a French public institution under the control of the Ministry of education of France. Its publishing Department of national education, and as such it performs editing, production and distribution of educational and adminis ...

                                               

May L. Cheney

May Lucretia Shepard Chaney was born during the Civil war in garden grove, Iowa, and was named in honor of the month in which she was born, and her maternal grandmother, who influenced her childhood. Mays early schooling in her hometown. She atte ...

                                               

Collegiate Middle Level Association

Collegiate middle level Association, student Association, with the aim of promoting and supporting the professional development of future teachers of middle managers, as well as development and education programs of secondary level of education. ...

                                               

Culminating project

The culminating project is a project that Challenges high school students to showcase their academic knowledge experimentally. According to the Department of education, state Boards of education in the United States, as a rule, allow individual s ...

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