PERSONALIZED VS. DIFFERENTIATED VS. INDIVDUALIZED LEARNING By Dale Basye* Words are meaningless unless all concerned agree on their specific definitions. Even if there is a general consensus on terms, what those terms actually mean has a tendency to evolve and… Continue Reading →
Every class has students who excel and those who don’t. The reasons behind academic performance are myriad, but when Douglas Barton and his team at Elevate Education set out to study and benchmark the most effective practices used by top… Continue Reading →
Here at EduSynch, students ask us all the time about what life is like in the USA, from growing up in a city like New York to attending large-scale universities like KU or UGA. We often converse with students about their… Continue Reading →
Everyone gets nervous before a big test. As test day approaches, a feeling of uneasiness begins to set in. Questions like, “am I properly prepared for the exam?” or “do I have everything that I need (documentation, id, etc.) for… Continue Reading →
Studying abroad in the United States would be amazing, right? But is it really POSSIBLE?? I’m here to tell you that anything is POSSIBLE, BUT it all depends on how bad you want it. There are a million stories about… Continue Reading →
When learning English, what you see isn’t always what you hear. These recent years have been great. The world is always becoming more and more connected, so more and more people are learning new languages. English is one of the… Continue Reading →
If you’re planning to study in the USA, how do you choose your college? With every major American city having leading universities and colleges, picking the perfect institution can be very tough. When you look at finding the right university,… Continue Reading →
We came across this great tool created by www.i-courses.org and we wanted to share it with you!!! Transitional words are so important when answering a speaking or writing question. They give the reader / evaluator a very clear understanding of your opinion… Continue Reading →
The vast majority of people who are in the EduTech world have heard of these three myths. Some may even believe them. Today, I’m going to discuss these myths and “bust” them: Myth 1: Technology will replace teachers This is probably… Continue Reading →
Paragraph 1 (Introduction) Sentence one: A “hook.” This is an interesting sentence that describes the topic of the essay without stating your main point. Example: “Children have an incredible number of interests, so there are many possible gifts to give… Continue Reading →
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