Understanding a book: Points of Views

This is, once again, from the Well – Educated Mind. In several books and stories, you will encounter the different types of views and aspects. And, to fully comprehend a book, I suggest the best idea is to understand from which and angle and what view are you reading from. I’m going to introduce to […]

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Gap Year: Pros and Cons

What is a gap year (A.K.A a sabbatical year )? Usually, it’s a year after finishing high school and before college where you take your time off school. Yay. But, it originated in “United Kingdom in the 1970’s as a way to fill the 7 or 8 month gap between final exams and the beginning […]

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University with No Teachers: “A miracle?”

Would you think a University with no teacher is cool? Would you, let’s say, ‘survive’ better? Well, if you’re searching for a school with zero teachers, then you need to know that there is a teacher – free school that opened in Paris in 2013 and there is another one of these schools that opened in California around […]

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Finland Education

Surprisingly, while Finland’s schools don’t have tests, inspections, uniforms or fees, they are known and ranked as the top best schools in the world. While other schools deal with their students with standardized tests, stress, and competition, Finland had done the opposite, such as, having collaborations, showing warmth and getting teachers who encourage rather than […]

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