There Is Strength In A HerdI once was asked to speak to a group of teenage boys about the importance of families. I am a high school religion teacher and often speak to teens. But this assignment made me nervous because I knew it was a topic the boys weren’t excited to hear.

Minutes before speaking I had an unusual experience. A visual image came to my mind as though someone had turned Read More →

NMAT 2015 Result, ScorecardNMAT is an entrance exam to get admission in MBA courses. Total of 800 seats are available for which candidates can apply. The test is based on multiple choice questions, where candidates have to mark the correct answer according to them. They will be tested for their quantitative skills, language, reasoning, data sufficiency and data interpretation. The candidates Read More →

Law & Order: Classroom EditionA new interdisciplinary curriculum designed by EDC will give California’s high school students first-hand knowledge of jobs in law and justice.

As they participate in activities such as mock trials and investigations of simulated crime scenes, students will develop knowledge and skills to prepare them for post-secondary education and careers Read More →

Deciphering Your Child's Attachment StyleHave you ever wondered why your child is a brave explorer, or why he’s shy and unresponsive? Attachment plays a huge part in kids’ behavior around parents and other people. Deciphering your child’s attachment style can help improve your relationship with your little one, and give you the tools to help her grow into a more secure person.

For a developing Read More →

Appropriate Goal-Setting Cultivates Motivation In Language LearningAbstract Motivation has been proven to be one of the major factors in foreign language acquisition. It brings students a strong drive, dedication, and persistence in their attempt for mastery. However, in countries like Japan where the acquisition of the target language lacks an immediate instrumental necessity, students often feel forced by external factors to study, resulting in a low level Read More →

Substance Abuse Among Immigrant CommunitiesEDC’s Health and Human Development Programs (HHD) has just launched the Connecting Across Cultures Web site, which focuses on issues of immigrant and refugee populations and substance abuse. The Web site is the result of three years of work by HHD’s Deborah McLean Leow.

McLean Leow recently completed a three-year fellowship with the Robert Read More →

Effective MMORPG Products - Some Thoughts - EducationThe MMO Gaming Dictionary is a work in constant progress. If you follow this guide, I hope you will get that ground you need to get started on. A lot more game designers are starting to produce much more free MMORPG due to the many participants which love playing these kinds of games. Blog – Shares is another online stock market game which is unique in its own way. These games have Read More →

The Drawbacks of Grammar-translation Method (gtm) for a Developing Country Like Bangladesh at Present and Its SolutionIn the general academic context of teaching English as a foreign language (EFL), the Grammar – Translation Method (GTM) is supposed not to be followed anymore though it had been practiced for a long time in the English Language Teaching (ELT) context of Bangladesh most probably since the introduction of the curricula of the general education in the sub-continent laid down by the British imperial Read More →

How can educators develop and improve effective partnerships with community organizations?Educators can improve effective partnerships with community groups by actively including community members during meetings, and receptively listening to their ideas. Such groups can be faith-based, sports-based, academic-based, environmental-based, etc. In an attempt to improve effective partnerships with community groups, “parents and community members can offer perspectives to educators Read More →