Motivational Quote

List of 100 Motivational Quote On Education

Why a motivational quote? Students and teachers are frequently distracted by a lot of activities that make them lose focus. Students especially require motivation to study, and it is perfectly normal to feel lethargic and uninterested. The goal is to glance around, be inspired, push off sloth, and get back on track.   What you must realize is that everyone lacks motivation. Don't punish...
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BECE: Top 5 Things Every Candidate Must Know

BECE is an acronym that stands for Basic Education Certificate Examination.  It is written after three years of junior secondary education in Ghana and Nigeria. In Ghana, BECE is administered by the Ghana Education Service under the Ministry of Education and by the state Ministry of Education in Nigeria in each state under the supervision of the National Examinations Council (NECO).   Read...
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learn piano

Top 10 tips on how to play piano

Do you want to play piano? Figuring out how to play piano start with the essential components of music comprising of notes, spans, harmonies, scales, and modes. This is achieved by fostering the ears and eyes to distinguish melodic examples, the cerebrum to decipher the tangible data, which then, at that point, directs the fingers to play the right keys on the piano.   Discover the secret of...
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Kumasi – Top 16 Secondary Schools You Must Know

Kumasi as we all know is the capital city of the Ashanti Region. Ashanti being in the southern part of Ghana. It may also surprise you to know that Kumasi has also been known as the center for Ashanti culture.   In this post I will like to tell you a bit about Kumasi, some fact and features  before later focusing on the top secondary schools we can find in this city.   Kumasi usually...
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Preschool: My First Day At School

First day of preschool! Woohoo! Right? Not for some. For kids and parents alike, the first day of preschool can be the highest of highs or the lowest of lows. Click here and download our special report for free.. Being nervous about making new friends, being in new locations, and being away from parents can make it hard for kids. And being away from their child and trusting other adults to care...
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Don’t make these 5 mistakes in high school

By Katie Azevedo, M.Ed. I know I sound all teachery-mothery here, but high school is one of the most critical periods of our lives. So much can happen in those four years – good and bad – that can impact the direction we take for our futures. Dramatic? Maybe. Facts? Indeed. Click here and download our special report for free.. Because high school is so short-term and so high-stakes, it has...
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5 Ways To Teach Preschoolers About Money

Money is a “best-of-times-worst-of-times” topic. As an adult, having money is great. Spending it is fun. Saving it can even be exciting. But not having enough of it or it all going to absolute necessities can be stressful and disheartening. Click here and download our special report for free.. Many adults probably wish they’d had more guidance on how to manage their money earlier in life....
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Grading Tips | Guest Blogger Rachel Dunham

Grading can be overwhelming when you have multiple children to teach, but if you can figure out the best way — one that works for you and your kids — it doesn’t have to be daunting! In my experience, organization and a grading schedule are very helpful. Over the years, we have used Abeka’s parent-led curriculum and Abeka Academy. I have graded countless tests, quizzes, and daily work, and...
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IELTS Preparation

IELTS Preparation: Giving yourself the best chance

IELTS Preparation: ‘I have no idea how people cope with nerves on the test day. The previous night I could not sleep and it was hard for my brain to function at 7am in the morning. And of course the result is worse than I anticipated. How can I do better?’ — message from a troubled IELTS Blog reader. Exam stress is not just frustrating; it can have a negative impact on your IELTS band...
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IELTS Grammar

IELTS Grammar Exercises: Future Forms

Welcome back! In this last post of our IELTS Grammar Exercises series, you’ll be able to practice using future forms. As you may already know, there are different ways to talk about the future in English. Each future form suggests a specific intention or attitude towards the future, which is why it is important that you are familiar with the different structures used to talk about future...
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