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Female education in STEM

Education of women in STEM involves a child and adult women are represented in science, technology, engineering and mathematics. In 2017, 33% of students in STEM fields were women. UNESCO stated that gender inequality is a consequence of discrimi ...

                                               

History of early childhood care and education

History of early childhood care and education refers to the development of the care and education of children from birth to eight years throughout history. ECCE has a global reach, and the care and education of young children has always been an i ...

                                               

History of education in Missouri

History of education in Missouri engaged in teaching for two centuries, from the settlement in the early 19th century to the present. It covers students, teachers, schools and educational policy.

                                               

History of legal education in Serbia

The roots of law, legal thought and education in Serbia go back to the 13th century. This is because Rastko Nemanjic, who was declared a Saint under the name of St. Sava. Rastko, brother of the first Serbian king Stefan Nemanjic, was the founder ...

                                               

History of school counseling

The history of school counseling around the world varies greatly based on how different countries and local communities have chosen to provide academic, career, College readiness, and personal / social skills and competencies, K-12 children and t ...

                                               

Humboldtian model of higher education

The Humboldtian model of higher education, or simply Humboldts ideal-concept of academic education, which emerged in the early 19th century and whose basic idea is a holistic combination of research. Sometimes referred to as the Humboldtian model ...

                                               

Jewish quota

Was the Jewish historical racial quota a quota limiting the number of Jews in various institutions by a certain percentage. In particular, in the 19th and 20th centuries some countries had Jewish quotas in higher educational institutions. Jewish ...

                                               

Legacy preferences

Legacy preferences or legacy admission is a preference given to the institution or organization to certain applicants on the basis of their familial relationship to alumni of that institution, for admission to the College is the field in which le ...

                                               

Lilias Maitland

Although Lily Maitland was born in the parish St Andrews and St Leonards, at the age of 17 years he lived in Brighton 21st place, Portobello, where she entered and left during the study and according to the census of 1881, 1891 and 1901. She died ...

                                               

Mechanics' Institutes

Mechanics institutes, educational establishments, originally formed to provide adult education particularly in technical subjects, to working men. Such organizations sometimes simply referred to as institutions. As such, they were often funded by ...

                                               

Deborah Meier

Deborah Meier is an American educator often considered the founder of the modern small schools movement. After spending several years as a kindergarten teacher in Chicago, Philadelphia and then in new York, in 1974, Meier became the founder and D ...

                                               

Willy Moog

Willy Moog studied from 1906 to 1909 in Berlin, Munich and Giesen, his main focus was German and philosophy. It was inspired by the Berlin lectures of Simmel and studied neo-Kantianism in school around Wilhelm Dilthey. 1915-1918 he served against ...

                                               

Nation (university)

Student Nations or simply United Nations regional corporations of students at the University. Widespread throughout Europe in the Middle ages, they are now largely confined to the oldest universities of Sweden and Finland, partly due to bitter co ...

                                               

Numerus clausus

The exhaustive list is one of the many methods used to limit the number of students who can study at University. In many cases, the purpose of restrictive quotas simply limit the number of students in maximum possible in some particularly popular ...

                                               

One-room school

One-room schools were commonplace throughout rural areas of various countries, including Prussia, Norway, Sweden, USA, Canada, Australia, New Zealand, the UK, Ireland and Spain. In most rural and small town schools, all the students gathered in o ...

                                               

Pit school

A pit school was a covert school for African American children from the time when they were deprived of the opportunity to receive an education due to repression and lack of freedom of Assembly. These schools were held at night. The pit will be e ...

                                               

Raising of school leaving age

Education of school age-this act will enter into force when the age of the child is allowed to leave compulsory education increases. In most countries, the school leaving age reflects when young people are seen to be Mature enough within their so ...

                                               

Ratio Studiorum

Ratio atque Center for humanitarian Societatis to CHD, often abbreviated as humanitarian attitude, was a document that standardized the worlds influential system of Jesuit education in 1599. It was a collection of regulations for school officials ...

                                               

Regent master

The Regent master was a title in medieval universities, a student who has acquired a masters degree. The degree meant simply the right to teach, Licentia appointed, a right, which may be granted at the University of Paris, only the Chancellor of ...

                                               

Sand table

Sand table uses constrained sand for modeling or educational purposes. The original version of a sand table may be the ABAX used by early Greek students. In the modern era, one common use for sand table to make a terrain model for military planni ...

                                               

Settlement movement

The settlement movement was a reformist social movement that began in the 1880s and reached its peak around 1920-ies in England and the United States. His goal was to bring rich and poor society in physical proximity and social relationships. Its ...

                                               

Settlement school

Settlement schools are social reform institutions established in rural Appalachia in the early 20th century with the aim of educating children on the mountain and improving their isolated rural communities. Settlement schools have played an impor ...

                                               

Sloyd

Sloyd, also known as educational sloyd, a system of craft education started by UNO Cygnaeus in Finland in 1865. The system was further refined and promoted worldwide, and taught in the United States until the early 20th century. It is still taugh ...

                                               

Society for Promoting Christian Knowledge

Society for promoting Christian knowledge is a UK based Christian charity. Founded in 1698 Thomas Bray, he worked for more than 300 years, to raise awareness about the Christian faith in the UK and around the world. In SPCK is the oldest Anglican ...

                                               

Socratic method

The Socratic method is a form of cooperation argumentative dialogue between people, based on asking and answering questions to stimulate critical thinking and to draw out ideas and underlying presuppositions. It is named after the classical Greek ...

                                               

Student development theories

Student of the theories of the development of the body of educational psychology that suggests how students gain knowledge in post-secondary educational environments.

                                               

Timeline of women's education

One thousand two hundred thirty-seven Italy: Bettisia Gozzadini gets a law degree at the University of Bologna. One thousand two hundred thirty-nine Italy: Bettisia Gozzadini teaches law at the University of Bologna. The first woman believed the ...

                                               

A Vindication of the Rights of Woman

Confirmation of the rights of woman: with strictures on political and moral subjects, written by 18th-century British proto-feminist Mary Wollstonecraft, is one of the earliest works of feminist philosophy. In it, Wollstonecraft responds to those ...

                                               

History of virtual learning environments

Virtual learning environment is a system that creates an environment designed to facilitate teachers management of educational courses for their students, especially a system using computer hardware and software, which involves distance learning. ...

                                               

Volksschule

German term Volksschule generally refers to compulsory education, denoting an educational institution every person is obliged to attend. In Germany and Switzerland this is equivalent to the combined primary come and frozen, respectively, and Juni ...

                                               

Whipping boy

Whipping boy was, supposedly, a boy raised with a Prince in Europe in early modern times, which received corporal punishment for the sins of the princes in his presence. The Prince was not punished himself because of his Royal status exceeded tha ...

                                               

Discover Russia

#Discover Russia is a series of competitions in the Russian Wikipedia, organized by the Association of Honorary citizens and Wikimedia RU with 2013. The project is supported by the Public chamber of the Russian Federation. As of March 2019 was at ...

                                               

International Philosophy Olympiad

International philosophy Olympiad is an international science Olympiad competition philosophy for students of higher educational institutions. It is organized under the auspices of the VISP and supported by UNESCO.

                                               

ISBA High School Mock Trial Invitational

State bar Association school mock trial Invitational is a mock trial tournament held annually since 1983. The event is held at bar Association of Illinois. The winning team represents Illinois in the National high school mock trial championship. ...

                                               

List of mathematics competitions

Mathematics competitions mathematical Olympiads competitive events where participants sit a mathematics test. These tests may require multiple choice or numeric answers, or a detailed written solution or proof.

                                               

Mathematical modelling competition

Mathematical modeling competitions there are team competitions for students aimed at development of mathematical modeling for solving problems of real world importance. There are several types of mathematical competitions.

                                               

Mathlete

A nerd is a person that participates in math competitions at any level and any age. More specifically, a mathematician is a person who participates in any of the MATHCOUNTS programs, as a mathematician is a registered trademark of the MATHCOUNTS ...

                                               

National High School Mock Trial Championship

National mock court school championship American all-Ukrainian competition of school teams in mock trial. Hundreds, and even thousands of teams participate in district, regional, and state tournaments to choose one champion team to represent each ...

                                               

National Super Quiz Bee

The national quiz Bee is currently the longest running national academic quiz competition in the Philippines. Starting out as a national spelling bee in 1977, the national quiz bee is currently the awards for the Champions in mathematics, science ...

                                               

Pioneers in Engineering

Pioneers in engineering is a student organization that promotes the study of science, technology, engineering and mathematics, collectively known as stem fields. The organization was established in 2008 as a nonprofit Corporation, University of C ...

                                               

Spelling bee

The contest is a competition in which participants are asked to spell broad selection of words usually with varying degrees of difficulty. To compete, participants have to memorize the spelling of the word, as written in dictionaries, and read th ...

                                               

World Education Games

The world education games is an online event for all schools and students around the world and is held semi-annually in the month of October. This is an advanced format that was once known as world maths day, but now it includes world literacy da ...

                                               

ACG New Zealand International College

{{Infobox school | image = | name = ACG New Zealand international College | established = 1995 | address = 345 Queen street, Auckland, New Zealand coordinates = 36.854451°C 174.762604°e / -36.854451, 174.762604 | principal = Mr. mark Haynes | typ ...

                                               

Association of Norwegian Students Abroad

Association of Norwegian students abroad is a non-profit and membership organizations seek to Express in the educational, cultural, political and economic interests of Norwegian students studying outside Norway and to encourage students abroad as ...

                                               

Canadian Bureau for International Education

The canadian Bureau for international education is an educational provider based in Ottawa, Ontario. CBIEs Canada-wide membership comprises 150 colleges, institutes, universities, schools and language schools which enroll over 1.2 million student ...

                                               

Commonwealth Register of Institutions and Courses for Overseas Students

The Commonwealth register of institutions and courses for overseas students is an Australian government register that lists all Australian education institutions offering courses for individuals who are studying in Australia on a student visa and ...

                                               

Council of International Students Australia

The Council of international students in Australia, or CISA, is the peak representative body for international students in Australia. CISA was founded on 7 July 2010 in Hobart, Tasmania and provides member associations with representation to the ...

                                               

EF Education First

EF education first is an international education company that specializiruetsya on language learning, educational travel, academic degree programs and cultural exchange. The company was founded in 1965 by Bertil Hult in the Swedish University tow ...

                                               

F visa

In the United States, f visa type non-immigrant student visa allows foreigners to study in the United States. F-1 students must maintain a full course of study. F-1 visas are only issued at embassies and consulates of the United States outside th ...

                                               

Foreign Student

A foreign student is a 1994 American drama film directed by Eva Sereny and written by Menno Meyjes. Starring: Robin Givens, Marco Hofschneider, Rick Johnson, Charlotte Ross, Edward Herrmann and Jack Coleman. The film was released on July 29, 1994 ...

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