Archive for November, 2013

Computer Science – the best plan B for any student

Posted by: admin at November 28th, 2013

The STEM fields (science, technology, engineering, and math) are believed to be the most unexploited fields of activity judging after their popularity and mass attendance. A lot of fuss has been made about these vital domains that are in true need of experts, since the technological means and programs seem to have taken over the […]

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How much does the college certificate matter? Changing paradigms

Posted by: admin at November 12th, 2013

The educational paradigms inside which we’re developing educational processes on a side or another (as teachers or students) is continuously changing and so are the perceptions on it. The college fees in the United States of America alone have surpassed the immense number of $1 trillion in terms of student debt and the question to […]

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Critical thinking – or why we should encourage creativity in higher education

Posted by: admin at November 9th, 2013

Human creativity processes are a true miracle even for the scientists in the area, since they can’t be artificially developed and represent a form of exclusive human behavior, differing at the same time from a person to another in such manner that the chance that one thousand made to speak on the same topic, say […]

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