As a forecast regarding worldwide education sector spending, Garner announced a predicted growth of 2.3 percent and will reach $67.8 billion in 2015 for primary and secondary schools along with higher education. Further, the forecast projections for 2015 show spending of educational institutes in Australia ($2.6 billion) and New Zealand ($362 million) on technology products and services.
To change the Education Sysytem, do you think these points need to be implemented
A 16 years old Singaporean boy, graduated from one of the Primary University in Singapore shared few points which he wish to change, if he was the Education Minister. All he thinks is to change the education system, making it easy for the students to learn and write. Review these points and share you feedback,
A ‘picture story’ for the blind kids has lot to say…
Not all are blessed with the same powers. There are several who are born with one or the other physical impairment. But, that doesn’t mean they don’t have equal rights as the normal children have.
Coursera: Know More about this Online Learning Platform
Learning has gone online just like every other thing. And in the online learning arena, Coursera is growing steadily. Let us know more about this platform and about the people who can benefit from it.
Malala: Now the Face And Story Behind The Movement For Girls’ Education
Malala Yousafzai has not only won the Nobel Prize at a meagre age of 17, she has won hearts and inspired millions.
Music Education To Bridge The Gap Between Poor And Rich Students
Music could be the tool that educationists have been searching for in order to reduce the gap between rich and poor students.
Singapore Takes Third Spot in Global Education Rankings
Happy news of the Singapore education system – once again it has made to the top five countries in the region with its progressive education system. It is the culture of accountability, which according to analysts is the major reason why Singapore has been able to defeat Hong Kong and make it step down from the third position. Singapore has risen to number three from number five, last time.
HPB to Introduce Anti-Tobacco Education in Schools
As a novel initiative to reduce adult smoking population in Singapore, an anti-tobacco education programme is to be introduced in all mainstream schools in the country by 2017. The initiative anticipates reducing the prevalence of smoking population to 12% by 2020.
Future Technologies that Are Likely to Change Classrooms
With escalating technological boom, future tech classrooms are going to witness back to the future styled hovering boards, teleporting and much more. Let’s find out upcoming classroom transforming technologies heading our way!
Wishing you a Happy & Prosperous Chinese New Year!
Have a rocking year ahead!