Learning About The History and Future of Education
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Learning About The History and Future of Education

Hi there, my name is Monique Willis. Welcome. I am here to talk to you about the history and future of education. The early schoolhouses introduced students to an educational journey unlike anything they have ever known. Most kids would learn the family trade and little else in those days. With school, they could learn information outside their families’ wheelhouse to pick up a new trade or simply expand their knowledgebase. On this site, I will talk about the way education has evolved and will continue to change through the years. Plan to visit my site on a regular basis to learn more. Thanks for visiting.

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Learning About The History and Future of Education

  • Three Benefits Of Online College Education

    1 December 2017

    There has been tremendous growth in the area of online education. There are many good reasons for this. So if you are someone who is thinking about going back to school to finish your college degree, then online education you need to learn about. You can also earn a graduate degree, or take online classes to earn certificates for specialized training or prepare to take examinations for licensing in certain vocations.

  • 5 Reasons Child Play Needs To Be Preserved

    4 October 2017

    With an increase in technology and the need to do more, kids are spending less and less time engaging in actual play time. There is a major problem with this having an interference in your child's development. Here are five reasons their play time needs to be preserved: Learn Real Life Skills: Play time allows your child to develop real life skills and it's pretty much the only time of the day that this is happening.

  • Driver's Lessons & Licensing Requirements

    22 August 2017

    Driving a car, truck, or SUV requires a driver's license just about everywhere you go. In some states, you must have completed a driver's education course to even take the driver's test. There are different ways to take the class depending on your location and the requirements of you state but generally, the following options apply. Age Requirements The age requirements from state to state may be different but in order to get a license in most states, you must be at least 16 years old.

  • What to Expect from a Montessori Summer Program for Kids

    26 July 2017

    If you have been looking into summer programs for kids, you may have come across a few that advertise themselves as Montessori programs. If your child does not go to a Montessori school year-round, then you probably don't know what this means. The Montessori method is an approach to education that was introduced by Dr. Maria Montessori in the late 1900s. The method has been tweaked over the years, but it remains a popular and effective method for teaching children to think and explore independently.

  • Why You Should Consider Private School

    19 July 2017

    When the time comes to send your child to school, you will have to pick between a standard private school and a public school. And, while both options can be very decent choices, the fact remains that, in the long run, there are a lot of great benefits to sending your child to a private school in the area. Even if you think that this option may not work for you or that it's too expensive, private schools are still worth checking into.