Beyond the College – Nine Ways to Encourage Ethical Values in Students

Beyond the College – Nine Ways to Encourage Ethical Values in Students

The beginning of the new students at a college or university starts with the orientation activities to induct them into the academic and social cultures of their campuses. These orientation activities are generally crowded with suggestions, registration information, academic and social rituals, campus tours and welcoming activities that are specially designed to help fresher’s to get off to a valuable and good start.

Most universities and colleges also make an exertion to communicate some very important core ethical values that empower the mission and social culture of the institution and assist to outline the institution’s expectations for being an ethically responsible student on while in the campus. Ethical values which include respect for others, honesty, self-discipline, hard work and appreciation of diversity are some of the core values many universities and colleges incorporate. read more

View of a Flipped Classroom

View of a Flipped Classroom

Flipped Classroom

The flipped classroom is basically described as an instructive model in which a usual lecture and homework fundamentals of a course are inverted. Concise video lectures are watched by the fellow students at home before the session of their class starts, while in class- time they are encouraged to do exercises, projects or discussions. These video lectures are often seen as the key ingredients in the flipped learning approach. Such lectures are either created by the lecturer and posted online or selected from an online portal. read more

Some Essential Benefits of Study Groups

Some Essential Benefits of Study Groups

When learning in college or university, most of the students enjoy the benefits of Study Groups.

Depending on the members and atmosphere, group studies can either help a student grow or can pull a student down.

This blog will discuss further about the potential advantages of joining a study group. Remember, though, that these advantages are only present in good study groups.

Procrastination Solution

Because group studies meet at regular times, attending students cannot procrastinate. If alone, a student might postpone studying until the night before class. When studying in a group, however, students have to be present at a specific time interval set with the coordination of other group members, and they are not able to procrastinate (unless they skip the study group completely). If you struggle with procrastination, a study group might just be the solution for you! read more

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