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review 2018-03-22 12:21
What does an educated person look like today?

Many people ask themselves that how to consider that a person is educated? Who is an educated person? And does the only degree make the person educated?

People get an education so that they act like an educated person and to change their life. All people get an online Assignment Help Australia education but not all we can say that they all are educated because there are some characteristics and abilities that educated person show so people are tend to say that he or she is educated person. Which mean educated person not hold higher degrees but also have some unique character that distinguishes him from other people.


So for that, we have done a research to find out such characteristics that give the answers to above questions. This article comes up with the list of characteristics of an educated person.


35 Characteristics of an Educated Person:


  1. An educated person always think independently not to give a controversial opinion
  2. They have a good sense of humor and ability to take good h=judgment.
  3. An educated person has independently taken the decision and has an independent learner.
  4. An educated person has the ability to polish their skills as well as acquire skills that give him a competitive advantage in professional life.
  5. An educated person always use experimental approach.
  6. They have the courage to work alone and independently take any initiative.
  7. An educated person has the skill to deliver their thoughts and ideas to the people in verbal as well as written form clearly and concisely.
  8. They do not just speak unevenly but they have logic behind there any decision.
  9. An educated person always act as a consequently and inductively.
  10. They set goals and objectives on every aspect of life either there is career goals or personal goals.
  11. An educated person does not trust everyone blindly. They take time to build the trustworthy relation with everyone.
  12. An educated person has skills that help them to use their knowledge in a productive way.
  13. They have also know where they should use their knowledge into the call of action.
  14. They have great psychology skills that help them to understand human mind and behavior. This skill helps them to maintain the long relationship.
  15. An educated person has known a different culture. They are inspired by talking in different languages.
  16. Today's educated person wants a critical thinking assessments system.
  17. An educated person except for challenges in their professional as well as personal life.
  18. An educated person also know how to tackle different situation and how to get respect from other peoples.
  19. An educated person knows how to communicate effectively with other people.
  20. An educated person plays an important role to resolve different conflicts among peoples.
  21. They have the ability to connive, other people,
  22. An educated person has the will to solve the problem at anyhow.
  23. They take a right decision after analyzing all perspective.
  24. An educated person has always given importance and follows all beliefs, values, traditions, and culture.
  25. They find the solution to any problem from multiple perspectives.
  26. an educated person get education creatively, morally, socially, spiritually, technologically, physically and intellectually.
  27. An educated person has a pool of knowledge and depth knowledge in a specific field.
  28. An educated person sacrifice his or her comfort to achieve goals and to stay happy in their future life.
  29. An educated person has more tolerate a level
  30. An educated person has well understood themselves and knows how to control over their own emotions.
  31. They have more value to the ethical values and integrity.
  32. They treat everyone equally, no gender, caste, color and country biases.
  33. They are able to balance their life An educated person has commanded more than one language They have great command on various skills.
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review 2018-03-20 12:49
What is the changing role of the teacher, and how do we support that new role?


The building block of any school or through which our new generation get educated and successful in the future is our teachers. The greatest change in the school is not come up with the advanced technology, advanced classroom, by changing curriculum but the greatest change occurs in school due to the change in the role of teachers.  As we know that teachers are the nation builders if they have lack of any skill in their role then how nation students get success.


now the developing as well as under developing countries face the challenge to find out how we adopt creative environment so that teachers are willing to modify their role. Here inspiration is the main element to support this role.


Such as below there is some example of innovation when the traditional old of the teacher has change contain. 


  • The rise in student's voice for planning, implementation and assessment cycles.
  • Reverse mentoring – here the role of the teacher has adopted by students as tutors.
  • Increasing use by schools of student assistance in learning through their own leadership and contribution.
  • Schools now encourage student assistance in the learning process by their own role and guidance.
  • implement various sources of knowledge such as use social media networking and MLEs to give opinions of experts outside the classroom.

The role of teacher and paradigm shift is ultimately depended and the willingness of a teacher that how much they focus on the change. along with the new role of teacher the new terms have also introduce such as mentor, coach, guide, facilitator or experienced learner. Here learner does not represent student. 


Also now the teaching method becomes more practical, flexible and child-center. We can say that now the role of a teacher becomes very supportive and now they focus and give skills in their school's life so it becomes worthy of future.


As we concern here the role of teaching from past to now. There are many things has changed. In the past teacher is the only source of information provider. Nowadays teacher provides information and gives a Best Assignment Writing Service and another thing to tackle it.Another role of teacher that has changed is now the teacher is no longer just a lecturer they are facilitators. Now their main duty is to set goals and objectives and then establish the learning process accordingly. But in the past teachers strictly follow the syllabus. Now the teacher has rights to make their own syllabus, independently choose the teaching material, design curriculum with the combination of National Curriculum, Core curriculum, and school curriculum.


If any teacher still not want to adopt the current role of teaching and skills they will be definitely losing the big opportunity if they rely on old teaching method.

Another change in the role of today's teachers is they have better handle the technical things as well as they have better knowledge of technical devices as compare to the past. Now they will not use chalk to write on the board instead they use projector, hardcopy and other advanced technology to deliver the lecture.


One of the biggest change in the role of teacher that has made in the school management has also modified, which is also very challenging. Now school needs an individual who can able to manage the stress of that changing world. Now teachers are work in the team, handle school activities and co-operate with parents.


We must support this changing role of the teacher if we want to get success in the future. Education is the main element through which any country can strengthen their economy. To support that changing role government agencies should introduce programs to introduce and inspire teachers.

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review 2018-03-16 15:54
Ever wondered about the anatomy of a leech?
Quackery: A Brief History of the Worst Ways to Cure Everything - Lydia Kang,Nate Pedersen

As soon as I saw Quackery: A Brief History of the Worst Ways to Cure Everything by Lydia Kang I knew that I had to get it in my hands. If the name alone doesn't intrigue you then I don't know what will. This book is full to bursting with historical facts about crazy medical practices through the ages. It is an excellent resource about the history of the medical profession as well as education and social change. Much like when I read Soonish, I felt that it was a little heavy with the 'relatable' humor but this was easily overlooked. (I think Kang pulled it off better anyway.) As someone who has read quite a bit about the history of medicine, I was surprised by just how much I didn't know. For example, did you know that leeches have 3 stomachs, 3 jaws, and 100 teeth in each of those jaws?! Kang sets up the different medical practices and procedures by first giving a history of the person that started it off (generally a 'medical practitioner' or someone at least purporting to be one). She then shares accounts from the patients who endured such crazy routines (like bloodletting or ingesting arsenic) paired with diagrams of the medical equipment used to accomplish such feats. (I hope you have a strong stomach for the bloodletting chapter.) I especially enjoyed the little asides about what we now know about the concoctions put together long ago to 'cure' and how the vast majority of them were either complete hokum or actually increased the chances of the patient suffering an agonizing death. It makes you wonder how the future generations will view our supposedly 'innovative' medicines and treatments of the sick. Will we be seen as medical charlatans and blind fools or will they take into account the socioeconomic and political climate that we live in and how that shapes our view on medicine as a whole? As you read this book (and I hope you will) ponder that very question because then perhaps you won't judge past generations quite so harshly...unless it's the guys who took Strychnine in order to increase their sex drive. Always judge those guys. 9/10


I wasn't lying about the leeches. [Source: Amazon]



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review 2018-03-09 03:45
Lost in the Solar System (The Magic School Bus, #4) by Joanna Cole
The Magic School Bus Lost in the Solar System - Joanna Cole,Bruce Degen

If you grew up in the 90s, more likely than not, you grew up with a certain eccentric red-haired school teacher gracing your television set. Everyday after school, I would rush home to catch The Frizz on afternoon TV, teaching me a wide variety of subjects the world has to offer. I loved how educational and entertaining The Magic School Bus was for my young mind. And this book is no different!


This book focuses on the solar system and the planets. This story is one of my favorites for a couple of reasons. One being that it was one of my favorite episodes from the television series, the other being that I used to play the computer game of the same name almost every single weekend! I loved exploring the different planets and learning the ins and outs of each nine (now eight) planets! It was so much fun for me so, naturally, when I saw this book at the used bookstore, I had to buy it!


Of course, this being a book published during the 90s, some of the facts and science are a bit out-dated now. However, there is still merit in reading this book. You can teach your kids what scientists used to think to be true. You can use it more as a history lesson than a science one. Then you could continue by following up with a book about the solar system that is accurate to today. There's still plenty to learn from this charming book series. 


And if you end up loving this book, then I highly recommend the cartoon show. It's just as educational and entertaining. For you. For kids you know. For anybody. 


Reading this book was such a nostalgia trip for me. If I stumble upon any other book in this series, I will definitely be reading them!

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review 2018-02-14 20:03
This isn't what I came here for
The Little Virtues - Dick Davis,Natalia Ginzburg

I had hoped to be absolutely knocked out of my socks by the essays in this volume but it fell quite a bit short of the mark. The Little Virtues by Natalia Ginzburg was listed in a footnote of a book that I read last year (I think it was Wild Things but I'm honestly not sure) and it piqued my interest because it was listed as a resource for children's education. Ginzburg writes about her childhood in Italy (this is a translation) and the lessons which she learned from the ups and downs of her life there. It was a tumultuous life too. Organized in a series of short essays, different points in the author's life are described and used to illumine various life lessons. She covers just about everything from family dynamics, adolescent friendships, first love, and (what I was there for) the education of children. One of the major issues I had with this book was that education seemed almost like an afterthought even though the title was crafted from this section. I found the overall collection mediocre at best and not at all mindbogglingly profound as the footnote of the other book (and the online reviews) had led me to believe . In fact, only some of the points were even remotely accessible while the majority were nearly indecipherable. It read more as a series of diary entries than anything approaching academic. 5/10 from a severely disappointed nerd.


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