Asia Education

One in three Korean teachers uses EBS in classroom

By Fri, Feb 04, 2011 1:40PM UTC

The Seoul Office of Education did a survey that found about a third of middle and high school teachers in the city use EBS-developed materials and videos in their classrooms. Of the materials used, it seems that high school teachers were much more likely to use the materials rather than

SKorea: Despite ban, corporal punishment continues

By Fri, Feb 04, 2011 12:24PM UTC

Original article is at this link. A study has found that 30% of elementary, middle, and high school students say they experience corporal punishment at least once a week in their schools.. According to the Gyeonggi-do Office of Education on January 19, over 21 days beginning on October 28 it

We all have something to offer

By Fri, Feb 04, 2011 8:29AM UTC

Last March, my family was offered an opportunity to host an international student for the first time. I distinctly remember waiting nervously to meet my exchange student, the boy who we would be hosting for two weeks. I hoped that we would be able to communicate, that I wouldn’t make

CQUniversity Brisbane moves closer to heart of city

By Fri, Feb 04, 2011 7:17AM UTC

CQUniversity Brisbane is moving  closer to the heart of the CBD, with a move from 108 Margaret Street to 160 Ann Street. The new campus comprises eight floors of new modern-standard amenities and facilities for the students and staff of CQUniversity. The location is central to Brisbane and close to rail transport, providing

Undergraduate research opportunities in the United States

By Fri, Feb 04, 2011 3:29AM UTC

We have some amazing students at James Madison University. Here’s a profile of Christian Schwantes that appeared in the fall 2010 edition of Madison, our alumni magazine. Christian Schwantes (’10) Changing the chemical world Christian Schwantes (’10) of Falls Church, Va., once wanted a Nobel Prize, but now the double