The New York Times has given technology another praise worthy review in the article "A Scholarly Role for Consumer Technology." It seems many Parisian Business schools have begun using everyday technology such as Twitter, Facebook, and Google+. Students are given access to these online tools through tablets such as i-Pads. Schools such as Essec believe … Continue reading Professor Technology
Ann Neilson, Department chair of the Physical Education Department, discussed what she does in her winter sports class to teach the whole child. She came up with five dimensions for this: social, physical, intellectual, emotional, and spiritual (SPIES). For the social aspect Neilson has her students socialize with one another. They form groups early on … Continue reading Teaching the Whole Student
Many people are diving head first into the age of technology. However, there still seem to be a large group of people who are still holding onto one old school way of having fun – reading books. There are still many out there who come up with excuse after excuse as to why they won’t … Continue reading E-read Anyone?
Studies have actually shown that physical activity not only makes a healthy body but it can also make a healthy mind. So the question is why are we cutting programs that keep our students active? If what we want are better test scores then why not increase funding or at least the amount of time … Continue reading Extra-curriculars, Part-time Jobs, and More