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Student Communication

The word student communication is derived from the Latin word “communis,” which means “common”. The word communication means to interact with some to establish a commonness with them.  Student communication is a fundamental need in today’s world; it is a vehicle to convey our thinking… Read More »Student Communication

Student-Centered Learning

Student-centered learning, also known as learner-centered education, is based on constructivist theories of education championed by Swiss clinical physiologist Jean Piaget.  Student-centered learning refers to a variety of learning experiences, academic-support strategies specifically intended to address the learning needs, interests, or cultural backgrounds of individual… Read More »Student-Centered Learning

Student Apps

Student apps are built to help students perform better and smoother with the help of the Internet. The Internet is a blessing if used correctly.   Taking notes, adhering to deadlines, conducting online tests and quizzes, storing data, and keeping track of their submissions are some… Read More »Student Apps

Student Affairs

The term, student affairs, means in relation to a department or division of services built for students’ welfare and success. These groups are for both academic and personal aid for the students in schools and universities.  These student affairs departments address various concerns of students,… Read More »Student Affairs

Student Activism

Also popularly known as campus activism, Student activism refers to any social, political, cultural, or environmental work done by students to generate a change in the society or surroundings.  These types of activities have the power to generate awareness and widespread political changes. Some of… Read More »Student Activism

Student Achievement

Student achievement is a term that refers to the measurement of a student’s overall academic achievement and learning over a particular period of time. The tutor/teacher determines the level of student achievement.  It can vary in different settings, such as classroom activities, creative thinking, classwork… Read More »Student Achievement

STEM

STEM represents Science, Technology, Engineering, and Maths. The concept of STEM is to blend all four subjects and create a flexible learning method instead of teaching them separately, as they are interconnected.  Science is an important channel of knowledge that helps us form the world… Read More »STEM

STEAM

STEAM stands for Science, Technology, Engineering, Arts, and Mathematics. STEAM is an extension of STEM (Science, Technology, Engineering, and Mathematics) education, which adds arts into the existing education system.  STEAM education is an innovative learning method that helps students focus more on developing life skills… Read More »STEAM

Standardized Test

A standardized test refers to a test that follows the same pattern and is uniformly given to each student. The main aim of standardized tests is to ensure uniformity at every level. Thus, making the test preparation easy. A standard test allows easy comparison of… Read More »Standardized Test

SCORM

The word SCORM is the short form of the Sharable Content Object Reference Model. It is a way of constructing a Learning Management System (LMS) and training content. Sharable content object means the material for training is created online and later shared across systems. It… Read More »SCORM