Posts Categorized: Information Technology

Date Posted: March 26, 2014

While it’s rapidly becoming better known that the Middle East isn’t a huge war-zone with armed militants and balaclava-wearing terrorists left, right and centre (which is no thanks to the media’s poor interpretation of political shifts), it’s not so well known that education all throughout this region is rapidly undergoing a huge revolution as standards… Read more »

Date Posted: March 21, 2014

It’s widely considered that women have both better social skills and have better memory whilst men are better with perception and coordination. These have been attributed to the way that the brain is wired differently in male and female humans and after nearly a thousand brain scans; these suspicions have been astutely confirmed. Female brains… Read more »

Date Posted: March 12, 2014

It’s been long said that one day, in a future, far, far away, we’ll be seeing teachers replaced by automated systems, robotics and computer technology of the highest caliber. Up until recently, however, this was all but science fiction and served no real-world probability or possibility. However, this could be due to change.   In… Read more »

Date Posted: March 12, 2014

Despite what many may perceive as a highly developed institutional system, the western world’s education has often been criticized as ‘lacking stimuli’ and ‘non-engaging’ with sources frequently citing that a lack of gripping material, exercises and frankly downright one-sided historical reference sets has damaged the young minds of this majorly influential region of the world…. Read more »

Date Posted: March 12, 2014

With its origins based in 1993 in the Empire Polo Club, the Coachella Valley Music and Arts Festival began with a performance by rock band Pearl Jam, and although the band’s management used the site to boycott Ticketmaster, the success of the concert demonstrated just how well a larger-scale event would succeed. In 1999, the… Read more »

Date Posted: March 11, 2014

Human Rights in China   We often talk about Human Rights in the western world which often causes room for discussion.  However, when we talk about Human Rights in China, this is a very sensitive subject to discuss.   Here are some interesting questions for you: Do you think China has NO Human Rights and… Read more »

Date Posted: March 11, 2014

As a recruiter for the Asian market I often come across many people that do not want or consider going to teach in China, and only when they have no choice, they accept the reality of moving to this great big country. After this they send feedback to me and have a completely different experience… Read more »

Date Posted: March 11, 2014

Will Computers end up Teaching Classes in the Future? The world of education is changing and changing fast. With more technology available, more and more schools look to make use of technology from VLE’s to super advanced interactive white boards. Could it be that one day students enter a classroom where there is no teacher… Read more »

Date Posted: March 11, 2014

Social Media in the Classroom – Cool or Not Cool? Facebook and texting are a part of every child’s life, but should it be part of the classroom? More and more students come to school with their smartphones and have access to Facebook even when some schools block access on their computers. Many teachers we speak to say… Read more »

Date Posted: February 27, 2014

Teaching in India – What is it really like? In an approach to provide more real life experiences of what it’s like teaching overseas in various parts of the world, SeekTeachers™ has begun to get the real low down from actual people who have been there and done it and can share their experiences with you.We begin with… Read more »