How to Homeschool Your Kids While Schools Are Closed

Parents around the country are facing uncertainty and anxiety about the coronavirus or Covid-19 and that’s paired with the fact that schools around the country are canceled for at least the next few weeks. In that time, parents are encouraged to continue helping their children learn, but it’s challenging to know where to start with[…]

5 Advantages of Doing an Online Degree Program

There is nothing that feels fun than having the right academic papers at hand. With the proper documents, securing a better job is not much of a challenge, especially in this harsh economy. Unfortunately, not many people can attend a traditional classroom setting. Poverty and busy schedules are to blame for their inability. Thankfully, today,[…]

7 Tips to Research Using the Internet Writing Your Essays

Writing a well-constructed and impactful essay is a necessary task that every student, no matter what level of academics they’re at, must undertake. However, before you even begin to write down your essay, you must first do thorough online research. Although having so much information at your fingertips seems like an advantage when you’re writing[…]

The Inclusion of Biographies in Teaching History

Biographies, which are generally accepted as teaching materials in history and social studies education, possess additional characteristics of a means to give value to the learning process. Over the past decade, changes have been adopted in the way history is taught, which have shaken classrooms. Increasingly, educators question the predominantly factual approach used in instruction.[…]

Things of the Past: The Importance of Studying History

We all live in the present while planning and worrying about what the future holds. Historical study, on the other hand, is the scrutiny of past events. Given the many challenges that emerge from living in the current world while awaiting what the future brings, why bother studying what has already occurred? With so many[…]

Researching and Writing a History Dissertation

The most important condition in how to write a history dissertation: the work must be relevant, have scientific novelty and practical value.  You can get a Ph.D. in historical sciences in the disciplines:  1. Domestic and foreign history. 2. Archeology and anthropology. 3. Ethnology and Ethnography. 4. Historiography. 5. History of science and technology. 6.[…]

Medieval Salerno, the Mother of Medical Schools

Through the twelfth century, Salernitan masters showed a growing interest in theoretical foundations. Medical practice and learning in the vibrant city of Salerno were nourished by the Greek past of southern Italy, favored by healing shrines in the tradition of Cos and Epidauros, energized by trade with Sicily and across the Mediterranean, and fostered by[…]

Education in Ancient Rome

Organized education was relatively rare, and there are few primary sources or accounts until the 2nd century CE. Introduction Education in ancient Rome progressed from an informal, familial system of education in the early Republic to a tuition-based system during the late Republic and the Empire. The Roman education system was based on the Greek[…]

Benefits of Passing Microsoft 70-778 exam. Where to Find Most Reliable Exam Dumps?

The world today is very advanced and uses a lot of technologies for almost every task. Further contributing to the competitive nature of businesses, BI reporting has become a necessity in many organizations. They use various software to support their data collection and reporting. Among the many software available, Microsoft Power BI takes a prominent[…]

Universitas Magistrorum et Scholarium: Higher Education in the Middle Ages

This Western-style organizational form gradually spread from the medieval Latin west across the globe. Introduction A medieval university was a corporation organized during the Middle Ages for the purposes of higher education. The first Western European institutions generally considered universities were established in the Kingdom of Italy (then part of the Holy Roman Empire), the[…]

Libraries in the Medieval and Renaissance Periods

The library-era, as we may call it, began with the publication of the Rule of S. Benedict in the early in the sixth century. Lecture by Dr. John Willis Clark, 06.13.1894English Academic and Antiquarian A library may be considered from two very different points of view: as a workshop, or as a Museum. The former[…]

Classical Education in the Eighteenth Century: Toward Reason and Rationality

The Enlightenment of the late 17th and the 18th century called for the re-examination of classical concepts. By Megan Pettingill and Lillianah Shabo Introduction An immense interest in classical education emerged during the eighteenth century, demonstrating that a classical education was still revered in educational circles as the apex of intellectual training. Its notions have[…]

An Overview of Medieval Universities

Introduction A medieval university is a corporation organized during the Middle Ages for the purposes of higher education. The first Western European institutions generally considered universities were established in the Kingdom of Italy (then part of the Holy Roman Empire), the Kingdom of England, the Kingdom of France, the Kingdom of Spain, and the Kingdom[…]

10 Facts on Education in the Ancient World

Education has been around for several centuries. Since the dawn of mankind, education has evolved and developed as each generation passes. From parents having to teach their children and priests having to give them lessons, education has evolved to become an important sector of every nation. Today, formal learning is regarded as an important phase[…]

The Ancient Spartan Education

The apogee of one’s training was to comprehend the laws and to be a vital member of the Apella. By Antonios LoizidesHistorian According to the legend, the Spartan law was written by the great lawmaker (Greek : νομοθέτης, nomothetis) Lycurgus. Plutarch mentions that Lycurgus (literally “wolf-worker”) wrote the laws in order to make the city[…]

The History of Student Life: 7 Things You Didn’t Know

Memorable and extravagant, today’s student life hardly differs from the experiences students lived through in previous centuries. INTRODUCTION Student life is an unparalleled social phenomenon typically associated with revelry, fun, living in the moment, and yes, studying itself. This remarkable period of human life serves as a bridge from reckless adolescence to conscious adulthood. And,[…]

How Google, Apple and Microsoft Will Change Education in the Future

Technology is the driving factor that will change the face of education in the years to come. This is evident over the last few years with devices and online tutorials edging their way into the school curriculum. The giant companies such as Google, Apple and Microsoft are the main players who strive for improving the[…]

Top 5 Oldest Universities Worldwide

Educational institutions that have a long history have always fascinated young aspiring learners. They have a great heritage, and many remain relevant and active until today. Such entities offer classical courses as well as many modern specialties. Studying in these universities might be challenging as is it requires great effort and dedication. However, it is[…]

The History of the Emergence of Ancient Universities

Ever wondered about the origin of universities? If so, this article is going to be of interest you. The term university according to Wikipedia refers to an institution of higher learning or tertiary education and research. Every high school kid desires to go to university, although not all of them make it. Many Universities have[…]

Top 5 Student-Athlete Perks You Can Enjoy in College

It’s a rare high school student who doesn’t dream about college. People pursue degrees not only for the sake of prestige and expanded career possibilities. In college, students learn important academic and life lessons, develop crucial skills, and broaden their horizons. Just like high school graduates, athletes apply to colleges to get a coveted degree[…]

John Dewey: Portrait of a Progressive Thinker

His ideas altered the education of children worldwide. “I believe that education is the fundamental method of social progress and reform.” John Dewey “He was loved, honored, vilified, and mocked as perhaps no other major philosopher in American history.” Larry Hickman In July 1894, a train carrying a young philosopher from Ann Arbor, Michigan, pulled[…]

The Importance of Studying Humanities

Moral and political philosophy become sterile when they do not engage creatively with art, especially with literature. This is a revised excerpt of a talk given to students at the Inaugural Australian Youth Humanities Forum, hosted at the University of Melbourne’s Parkville campus. After two days at this fine conference, you will know more than[…]

Seven Unexpected Things That Libraries Offer Besides Books

With advancements in technology, libraries are offering much more than something to read. A library researcher offers a sampling of some unexpected items that library patrons can check out these days. Local libraries are often thought of as places to check out books or engage in some silent reading. But libraries offer so much more than just[…]