Author: imaran

Imraan is a Passionate Writer who loves to blog on Career Orientation, Jobs, and Education.
Colorado's official state dinosaur / FRI 8-2-2019 / Locks that might not be totally secure? / Ones flying in circles / Zymurgist's interest

Colorado’s official state dinosaur / FRI 8-2-2019 / Locks that might not be totally secure? / Ones flying in circles / Zymurgist’s interest

August 26, 2019

Constructor: Andrew J. Ries Relative difficulty: Very Easy (8:29, my fastest Friday time by over three minutes) THEME: none Word of the Day: PAPAW (7D: Fruit in the custard apple family) — Asimina triloba, the papaw, pawpaw, paw paw, or paw-paw, among many regional names, is a small deciduous tree native to the eastern United States and Canada, producing a large, yellowish-green to brown fruit. […]

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Coming Up Empty In Education Reform

August 20, 2019

Someone once said just recently that teachers alone cannot change conditions in our schools. The only way to gain back the supremacy we had in educational standards that prevailed in the 1950’s and early 1960’s will take nothing short of a revolution. When we take a good hard look at the landscape of America today […]

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Challenges and Opportunities in the Context of Internationalization of Higher Education

August 11, 2019

The 21st century has seen quite massive changes in higher education systems both in terms of complexity of the systems and also in terms of its utility for converting education into an effective tool for social and economic changes. A very interesting relationship is emerging among education, knowledge, conversion of knowledge into suitable entities from […]

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Do brain-training games really work?

July 26, 2019

With the recent surge of brain-training apps available for every smartphone user out there, it’s worth asking — do brain-training games hold any real cognitive benefit? A new study investigates. Brain-training games may hold no real benefit, a new study suggests. Brain-training apps, such as Lumosity or Elevate, are being used by tens of millions of people […]

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Getting started with Logical Reasoning

July 20, 2019

Anatomy of a Logical Reasoning question A Logical Reasoning question is made up of these parts: Passage/stimulus: This text is where we’ll find the argument or the information that forms the basis for answering the question. Sometimes there will be two arguments, if two people are presented as speakers. Question/task: This text, found beneath the stimulus, poses […]

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