Teacher morale is a major issue in private and public schools. Low morale decreases engagement with colleagues and students, diminishes productivity, reduces student learning and breeds cynicism. On the other hand, when morale is high and the faculty culture is healthy, students excel socially and academically, teachers are productive and […]

The simple definition of conference proceedings goes something like this: A collection of academic papers presented at a professional association meeting or conference. However, many of the words, like meeting and conference, which make up that definition are interchangeable with other terms…and often are. If you’re not an academic or […]

Educational technology is becoming more and more common in schools and this is a great thing. School officials, parents, principles and teachers all know that educational technology helps a student to learn more, learn faster and become more organized students. The limits are endless what a student can learn by […]

Public schools have joined the trend of providing distance education to people at different parts of the country. Virtual schools are make headway in various states. Virtual school will be a term that many people will not be familiar with. Virtual schools are schools with distance education that are run […]

Cambridge University theoretical physicist John D. Barrow, the winner of the 2006 Templeton Prize for Progress Toward Research or Discoveries about Spiritual Realities, is a man of many talents. The author of 17 books and over 400 journal articles, as well as a play exploring the meaning of infinity, Barrow […]

In this particular article, readers will be able to understand Issac Newton’s Law of Inertia by learning its meaning and through real world examples. Physics, as we all know it has is the natural science, which involves the study of matter and its motion. Believe or not, we use physics […]