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Online Internet Marketer from NE India, completed,BA, DMO,WP&C,SEO, PPC,SMM,EM,Creating Internet Marketing Strategy,CEO at @LFN.in Lives in Barpeta road India

Did you know you can outsource pretty much everything you need to start an online business? Everything except for your idea – that’s got to be yours. And overcoming fear. Only you can do that. So let’s say you come to me, wanting to start an online business. You’re a blank slate, in that you […]

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The Expendables (2010) opened at number one at the U.S. box office with a first weekend gross of Thirty Five million dollars. This makes Sylvester Stallone the only person in Hollywood history to have starred in films that have opened atop the box office charts over five consecutive decades. Not bad for a baby boomer! […]

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Most of the people do all their work in the English language as it has become no less than a universal language that everyone could understand. There are various things that one should judge while reading a report or a write-up in English so that he can assess if there is the correct use of […]

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With the growing popularity of distance learning, online courses and adult education, the notion of lifelong learning is becoming increasingly well-known and important to more people of all ages. Subsequently, the embracement of lifelong learning is often argued to enhance social inclusion and quality of life, as well as employability – so how can it […]

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Studying abroad is becoming an increasingly popular option for students who wish to broaden their outlook on life, and gain a meaningful education. With so many options available, students will find it hard to understand which college and which degree would be the best suited to their situation. This is where overseas education consultants play […]

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At some point in the evolution of humanity we began to go beyond the need to learn basic survival skills towards considering the issue of just how humans actually learned things. In a world in which close contact with a variety of animal species was common, did early theorists wonder about differences in the way […]

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Just about any topic can create a discussion. Instead of lecturing to the students and making them write pages and pages of notes, use a Socratic Seminar. This tool allows students to come up with the key information through a natural though process rather than having the teacher spell it out for them. At first, […]

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I may have been one of the few to learn this new approach in teaching – Understanding By Design (UbD) – from a seminar given to Filipino educators by none other than its proponent Grant Wiggins. But first things first. What is Understanding by Design? 1. It is a teaching approach. UbD’s very nature makes […]

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Staff development is defined as the improvement of the knowledge and skills of employees within an organization by providing them with training. Organizations that invest in staff development have found that it improves efficiency, improves productivity, ensures the continuation of institutional knowledge, reduces turnover, reduces costs, improves employee morale, and increases employee job satisfaction. Staff […]

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Lost in their favorite gizmos, today’s kids are devoid of the fun learning aspect offered by preschool worksheets. For generations, worksheets for kids have been used by educators to develop logical, lingual, analytical, and problem-solving capabilities. It is a proven fact that children learn quickly in their formative years than at any time in their […]

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