Campusbuzz core feautures

Quality Certifications

It's also a great opportunity for teachers to formatively assess (through observation) how well students are grasping new content and concepts.

Learning Best Practice

Along with individual feedback (written or verbal), teachers need to provide whole-group feedback on patterns they see in the collective class' growth and areas of need.

Online Resources

In order to provide students with effective and accurate feedback, teachers need to assess frequently and routinely where students are in relation to the unit of study's learning goals or end product (summative assessment).

Study Plan Tutors

When we provide students with time and space to be aware of their own knowledge and their own thinking, student ownership increases. And research shows that metacognition can be taught

Advanced Practice

Discuss each one in the context of your unique learning environment: who your students are, what they need, what they already know, etc.

Research

Through his research, one of his goals is to aid teachers in seeing and better understanding learning through the eyes of their students.


Campusbuzz Focus

1-Best learning practice

We teacher are always looking to innovate, so, yes, it's essential that we try new things to add to our pedagogical bag of tricks.

2-Students growth

Students are given opportunities to plan and organize, monitor their own work, direct their own learning, and to self-reflect along the way.

3-Focus on targets

Great teachers are earnest learners. Spend some time with a colleague, or two or three, and talk about what each of these research-based, best classroom practices looks like in the classroom.

4-Interdisciplanary model

Teachers need to frequently step offstage and facilitate entire class discussion. This allows students to learn from each other.

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News

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Academics

Our multidimensional approach to academics frees you from conventional boundaries. With immersive learning opportunities across disciplines, you will stretch yourself beyond traditional academic pathways. Hone your critical thinking skills as you prototype solutions. Develop problem-solving skills through hands-on learning. Forever change the way you investigate and create.

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Library and Architecture

New College is one of Oxford's oldest and best-known Colleges. Situated in the heart of the city, our main site is one of the most beautiful in Oxford, boasting the earliest planned College quadrangle and spectacular gardens set against the medieval city wall. While learning and scholarship are our primary focus, the College also has an exceptionally rich sporting, cultural and musical life.

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Alumni

We very much value our ongoing relationship with old members of the college. We hope that you will become involved in our extensive events programme, enjoy reading our publications, and support the college.

Events

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Success Stories for College in 2018's

The Department of History has some of the most distinguished faculty among the History teachers of the University of Delhi. Class room interactions are an occasion to cultivate a range of related skills such as those of writing, critical thinking, as well as the ability to discerningly wade through innumerable details.

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Boost in A-Level Grades in 2018 for Students

Welcome to the Department of History at Gordon College! Most of you reading these pages are first year students entering Gordon—and about to make your first choices about what courses to take. These notes should help you think things through.

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Caps Off To Sport at Atena

American College History. American College was founded in 1975. Its mission was to provide high-quality education that would satisfy the needs of its students. It started as a private institute teaching accounting and English language and in 1979 it commenced offering its first higher education program of study

History

The earliest American colleges and universities were all affiliated with different Christian denominations; Brown, for example, was founded by Baptists, while the Columbia University(then King's College) was founded by the Church of England. These religious affiliations colored the architectural texture and geographical placement of early colleges, with emphasis placed on the construction of religious facilities, and a desire for colleges to be rural, so as to avoid the vices anecdotally associated with large towns and cities.