Education Articles
  • Civility in Classroom Discourse: A Reflection
  • by Jonathan Kenigson
  • In this article, researcher and educator Jonathan Kenigson provides a comparison of U.S. and Bulgarian secondary school classroom management practices. Kenigson argues that a goal of Western education should be free discourse, and that teachers and administrators should encourage such in support of an ethic of civility in the classroom. Kenigson argues that classroom management is, in essence, an excursus into civility for teachers and learners.
  • Girls' Fee Paying Education - Could It Be Right For Your Daughter?
  • by Melanie Kamdar
  • To find out more about us and how we are able to develop her potential, why not come and visit us at an Open Event or during the School day.We hold a number of Open Events during the Academic Year when our students act as guides and take you on a tour of School. The girls are our best ambassadors. Their knowledge of the curriculum, site and teachers will provide you and your daughter with a true insight into School life at Saint Martin's.
  • The Advantages of Learning Spanish
  • by Gabriele Monti
  • This article discusses the benefits of learning Spanish as second language. Speaking a foreing language will help you finding more employment opportunities and enjoy more travelling.
  • Girls' School Uniforms - Handy Shopping Tips
  • by Emma Kingston
  • If you are a busy parent, you will rarely have the time to clean your child's uniform on a daily basis. In light of this, you can get clothes that will last up to a week. Again, some kids may need extra school apparel due to the level of activity. If your child is active and loves to play a lot, you should probably expect spills and dirt on the clothes, meaning they cannot be worn more than once.
  • School Uniform Accessories - Doing It Right
  • by Emma Kingston
  • This goes top on the list of the biggest fashion statement you can get away with. For one, you can never be flagged for having a fine bag because you need it to contain your stuff. The secret is in getting a bag that says who you are and what you like. You can get them in different memorable designs ranging from star studded ones to packs that complement your attire - you have a wide selection to choose from.
  • Six Unusual Jobs for Pilots
  • by Kate Whitely
  • Becoming an airline pilot takes years of dues-paying in other kinds of flying jobs to build your hours. Some of these jobs are obvious, and some are truly unusual. In this article, Spartan College of Aeronautics and Technology reviews six types of less well-known pilot jobs you could prepare for in flight school.
  • What's Behind the Pilot Shortage?
  • by Kate Whitely
  • At the end of February, the Government Accountability Office published a 61-page report, "Aviation Workforce: Current and Future Availability of Airline Pilots". Created in response to a request from Congress, the GAO's report investigated claims of an airline pilot shortage--either in-progress, or on its way. The report concluded that there is "mixed" evidence for a shortage of pilots.
  • Were the Wrights Second?
  • by Kate Whitely
  • It's been a little over a year since the editors of Jane's All The World's Aircraft, the aviation industry's bible, caused controversy by declaring that the honor of achieving the first powered, fixed-wing flight does not belong to Orville and Wilbur Wright, as long supposed. Instead, Jane's backed the claims favoring Gustave Whitehead, a German émigré and engineer.
  • 5 Common Disinformation Tactics From So-Called Debunkers And 'Sceptics'
  • by Paul A Philips
  • The point of me writing this is to help you the reader to learn to discern disinformation from truth. Learn that the controllers with their so-called debunkers and 'sceptics' have a game going here and truth has been overridden by power, political gain and profit and if not recognise you could become a victim...
  • What Is It That Makes Things Real For Us?
  • by Paul A Philips
  • After looking at some of my previous articles some may be thinking on the lines of: Can a handful of elite individuals really have such a global influence? Can their dastardly, covert profiteering operations really pull the wool over peoples' eyes to the extent of world domination? -To answer, I suggest it works like this: Ask yourself, what is it that makes things real? Go on, please stay with me and take some time out on this question.
  • What Are The 2 Biggest Forms Of Enslavement On Humanity?
  • by Paul A Philips
  • The 2 biggest forms of enslavement on humanity are massively entrenched in deception. Therefore, in many ways, the more attached to either of these forms of enslavement the more immersed one becomes in illusion…
  • Three Things That Will Make You Smarter Than Your Friends
  • by Katie McCoy
  • What we know (or think we know) about the world influences that way we view things. Read this article to test your own knowledge, and you just might come away with newfound wisdom that will serve you well in everyday life.
  • Is The 'Money Game' Deceiving You?
  • by Paul A Philips
  • This message is a brief expose on the money scam and how it is symbolised in the Western world using the American dollar bill as an example, giving rise to how the hidden powers that be work behind the scenes and what you can do after you've got the realization that you're being played...
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