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This also means you need to start thinking in English. If you want to say the word “apple” in English, for example, right now you probably think of the word in your native language first, and then try to think of the correct word in English.

Instead, try imagining a picture of an apple, and then just think the English word “apple”. Real fluency happens when you stop mentally translating conversations.

Of course, we humans have become experts in the art of communicating without opening our mouth, thanks to Facebook and WhatsApp! But still, it is undeniable that speaking a language makes it possible to memorize it much better than to simply read it or write it.

Remember how many times you heard people say “I understand English, but I can not speak it.” For many people, language has become an enormous barrier that serves only to diminish their ego. Do not be like them. Search for native speakers to increase informal language exchanges, sign up for a class or take lessons online.

Take Online Course

If you look on the internet, you will find hundreds of courses to learn English online .

They will offer you modules, videos, and resources that will help you learn thinking in English just like a native and speaking fluently by responding to questions instantly. As the mode of teaching is online, you can access these courses from anywhere in the world, at your convenience.

You can keep up with your work too when you are learning.

Be brave to welcome criticism: However good you might be, it is normal to make mistakes. We all get there at some point in life. One of the common mistakes is related to phonetics. Spoken English varies from place to place. For instance, it is alright to pronounce schedule as sheh-dyool (Indian English) or sheh-jool (British/ UK English) or even skeh-jool (American English).

In Ahmedabad, not just for adults, there are phonics classes for kids as well. This way, you can train your little one to pronounce right from an early age.

Never stop learning: One thing that needs to be consistent throughout is your will to learn and explore.

English is one such beautiful language that has a rich history. If you feel you are proficient with the language, you can have a look at the old English. Beautiful Shakespearean plays that have been converted into movies will also help you understand a brief history. Try various activities like listening to English songs, watching English movies, TedTalks, podcasts, etc.

Such activities by spoken English classes in Ahmedabad have proven to be a healthy method of learning English.

Try them and let us know how has your experience been. You can thank us later.

Look, don’t get the impression we just dump our kid in front of the telly — quick, sip your tea — as she also loves books and playgrounds and trampolines and pointing out aeroplanes. Our daughter is a brave, curious, funny, adorable tyrant.

Diversify your learning by choosing an English-speaking actor or singer you like. Then, rush on the Internet looking for the many interviews he could give, then watch them! Watch them for the first time to capture the basics – again, take the time to write down the phrases and terms you find interesting.

The slang words, the stories, the satirical formulas and the anecdotes resulting from these interviews will enrich your vocabulary!

Zeroing in on the right sort of people who can add value to your aim is so very important. In this case, parents whose children are studying in schools that you’re targetting, can be a valuable pool of information.

Kids don’t pick up accents from TV. They develop language from conversations with their peers. Even a parent’s accent may not be passed on to a child if the kid grows up in a different environment. (My wife and I are currently locked in a war of attrition over how our daughter says “bath,” “path” and “grass,” which I suspect I will lose.) So Peppa isn’t warping your kid’s accent: all that’s happening here is children in other countries may pick up specific individual British words or phrases, like “mummy,” “zeh-bra,”  or “your application for disability benefit has been refused.”

When you speak English, what do you think you should notice?

You must say pronunciation, vocabulary and grammar. Yes, you are right! But relatively speaking, gramar is the least important thing in speaking this language or even any language you know. You of course need to learn vocabulary, as many words as possible.

Pronunciation is necessary to learn for you and the first thing for others to comprehend what you you express. So I think you have to stress pronunciation even though I don’t hold that you should always concentrate on pronunciation learning. What I stress is that you need to learn each English word with the correct prounication, so that others will understand well once you use this pronunciation. For example, you had better learn to speak English like an American people or British one rather than one from India.

The recent outbreak of the novel coronavirus disease is anticipated to positively impact the market growth. The key factor supporting the positive impact is the restrictions in activities around the world and the presence of a fewer number of workers due to Covid-19 guidelines, which led to the boom of industrial automation and hence industrial PCs. The phase led to advancements in artificial intelligence, machine learning, and IoT which led to increased automation in industries. According to a non-profit association Society of Manufacturing Engineers, North America, the pandemic has led to an increase in automation and robotics.

The Industrial PC market has been classified based on type, end-user, and geography. By type, the market has been classified based on Embedded IPC, DIN Rail IPC, Panel IPC, Box IPC, and Rack Mount IPC. By end-user, the segmentation has been done into IT & Telecom, chemical, aerospace & defense, semiconductor & electronics, energy & power, automotive and others. Geographically, the Industrial PC market has been categorized into North America, South America, Europe, Middle East and Africa, and Asia Pacific.

Companies Mentioned

Mitsubishi Electric Corporation
OMRON Corporation
Rockwell Automation, Inc.
Siemens AG
Schneider Electric
Kontron S&T AG
Beckhoff Automation GmbH & Co. KG
Industrial PC, Inc.
Lanner Electronics Incorporated
Advantech Co., Ltd.

Source: https://www.businesswire.com/news/home/20210513005821/en/The-Worldwide-Industrial-PC-Industry-is-Projected-to-Reach-7.7-Billion-by-2026—ResearchAndMarkets.com

New business intelligence report released by Advance Market Analytics with title “Private Cloud Market Insights, forecast to 2025” has abilities to raise as the most significant market worldwide as it has remained playing a remarkable role in establishing progressive impacts on the universal economy. The Private Cloud Market Report offers energetic visions to conclude and study market size, market hopes, and competitive surroundings. The research is derived through primary and secondary statistics sources and it comprises both qualitative and quantitative detailing.

Some of the key players profiled in the study are:

Cisco Systems, Inc. (United States),Dell Inc. (United States),BMC Software (United States),Hewlett Packard Enterprise Company (United States),International Business Machines Corporation (United States),Microsoft Corporation (United States),Oracle Corporation (United States),Rackspace Inc. (United States),Red Hat, Inc. (United States),Amazon Web Services (United States)

Taken from https://theshotcaller.net/private-cloud-market-outlooks-2021-top-companies-product-cost-supply-chain-product-types-and-applications-cisco-systems-inc-dell-inc-bmc-software-hewlett-packard-enterprise-company

Make increasing individual and collective intelligence national objectives of education. Promote online life-long learning in anticipation of aging societies and technological change. Increase R&D funding of AI-human symbiotic evolution.

In parallel to STEM education, create self-paced inquiry-based learning for self-actualization that increased focus on developing creativity, critical thinking, human relations, social-emotional abilities, philosophy, entrepreneurship, art, self-employment, ethics, and values (STEAM education, adding A for the Arts).

Begin shift from mastering a profession to mastering combinations of skills.
Teacher training schools should show how different teaching strategies affect neural activity of students’ brains via fMRI and/or other means as they teach.

Explore alternative models of education and learning (both Finland and South Korea score top in the world but have quite different systems).
Implement insights from the Global Learning XPrize for children to teach themselves basic reading, writing, and arithmetic within 18 months.
Education and Learning 2030: the following graph shows the likelihood of education and learning possibilities by 2030 as judged by an International Panel of The Millennium Project. A rating of 50 on the likelihood scale would mean that there is a 50% chance the possibility will occur by 2030—in other words, that it is just as likely to occur as not to occur.

An assessment of how each possibility could turn out positively and negatively as well as who will help it to occur and who might hinder it is presented in the Education and Learning 2030 study, available in the Global Futures Intelligence System (www.themp.org), under “Research”. Source: http://www.millennium-project.org/challenge-9/

No. 1: Improve record keeping
The most promising use case for blockchain in higher education is to transform the “record keeping” of degrees, certificates and diplomas, making credentials digital and under the learner’s control, without the need for an intermediary to verify them.

Blockchain could be also used for accreditation of educational institutions, a complex process in many countries, enabling them to verify quality or qualification to teach.

Blockchain’s ability to improve record keeping also makes it a natural fit for solving intellectual property (IP) management problems, for example, by using blockchain to determine if an idea or invention is unique or to register IP assets, copyright and patents.

No. 2: Increase efficiency in existing business processes
Blockchain-based university diplomas are a great leap forward, but perhaps the ultimate use case is the creation of a virtual transcript or record of all education achievements throughout one’s entire lifetime.

A verifiable lifetime transcript would reduce CV fraud, streamline student transfers between universities, reduce the overhead related to credential verification, and make moving between states and countries less complex. This kind of initiative goes beyond record keeping and seeks to streamline processes, making it an “efficiency play.”

No. 3: Create a new market for digital assets
Processing student payments is labor-intensive and may involve the student, parents, scholarship-granting agencies, financial institutions, governments and educational institutions. In the future, cryptocurrencies — perhaps even custom cryptocurrencies — could be used as a method of student payments.

In 2014, King’s College in New York City became the first accredited U.S. institution to accept bitcoin as payment, eliminating the credit card transaction fees previously charged to students. This is a good example of how blockchain could be used in higher education to create and trade new digital assets.

No. 4: Create a disruptive business model
To date, higher education blockchain use cases have focused on record keeping and efficiency, while the real disruptive power often lies in creating new business models.

Woolf University aspires to become the first blockchain-powered, nonprofit, borderless university. Founded by a group of academics from both Oxford and Cambridge, it will rely on blockchain and smart contracts as the basis of the relationship between learners and educators — aiming to create the Airbnb of degree courses.

Source: https://www.gartner.com/smarterwithgartner/4-ways-blockchain-will-transform-higher-education/

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le savoirKnowledgele savoir-faireknow-howl’êtrebeing, and le savoir-êtreinterpersonal skills.

Le savoirKnowledge matches to the intellectual knowledge. Research in education relating to knowledge aims to find the educational means enabling learners to acquire knowledge: observation, reading, writing, mathematics, knowledge of Man and the Environment, and meta-knowledge.

le savoir-faireKnow-how links to the practical skills, to mastery through experience of carrying out a craft, artistic, domestic or intellectual activity. These skills are acquired by practicing an activity and by learning motor automatism. Educational research relating to know-how aims to find and apply the educational means enabling learners to acquire practical and / or intellectual skills and abilities.

l’être; Being relates to the biological, physical and psychic state of an individual. Educational research relating to the existence of being aims to find the pedagogical means allowing, in educational situations, to promote and reach the state of being optimal: state of health, well-being, motivation, confidence and satisfaction of natural and psychic needs (joy, pleasure, “freedom”, “perception”, recognition, security, justice, integrity, authenticity, capacity, intimacy, diversity, comfort, creativity, affection, etc).

le savoir-être;  Social skills  correspond to the ability to produce actions and reactions adapted to human society and the environment. This ability is acquired in part through knowledge of specific knowledge and skills. The concept of interpersonal skills is sometimes challenged because it would involve a modification of the essence and character of the individual.

References:  

https://thecollege-university.blogspot.com/2014/12/guide-to-higher-education-executive.html
https://intranet.brillantmont.ch/upload/tblActivities_1358_docPublic.pdf

1. A GOOD STUDENT HAS A GROWTH MINDSET
A growth mindset is a deeply held belief that a person can learn anything given enough time and effort. Carol Dweck is a Professor of Psychology at Stanford University. She is the world’s most recognized student of the mindset trait. In her 2014 Ted talk, Dweck spoke about growth mindset in terms of, ‘The power of yet’. When your child says, “I can’t do this”, then you need to add, “Yet. I can’t do this yet”. Dweck’s research shows that even explaining this concept to a child will affect the way they view their learning. She points to evidence that says, an understanding of growth mindset changes neural pathways that allow for greater growth in learning.

2. A GOOD STUDENT IS BRAVE
Brave kids are going to be the ones who take risks and amass experiences. They can use those experiences powerfully in their learning and growing. They quickly establish what they love and loathe and then they are more likely to create a life they love. They are also going to be the students who take learning risks that lead to lateral, out of the box thinking. The world needs that kind of thinker. Bravery is about taking on daunting challenges; feeling the fear and doing it anyway. Bravery is not the absence of fear. Sometimes when we talk to our kids we say, “Don’t be afraid” or “Don’t be silly, it’s going to be fine”. This implies that fear is something to be ashamed of. It isn’t. Fear is human and to be expected, but it also needs to be overcome. That won’t just happen by magic. It comes with modelling, teaching and explaining.

3. A GOOD STUDENT IS ORGANISED
A high school student can study as many as nine different subjects with nine different teachers and nine different sets of expectations. It is impossible to thrive under those circumstances unless a child is highly organized. Fortunately, organization is something we can teach. We can also employ aids like diaries, planners and study schedules.

4. A GOOD STUDENT IS CONSISTENT AND PERSISTENT
Learning happens slowly and consistently. Take for example the process we went through when we learned to read. There were steps, from holding a book the right way up, to recognizing letters to phonetics, years of practicing and finally fluency. It’s not actually that hard to learn to read for neurotypical kids, but you do have to develop building blocks and commit to regular practise. It is the willingness to practice that contributes to success as a student. Consistency is becoming less common in adolescents. Some of the areas most affected by teens’ lack of consistency are mathematics, music and languages. In each of these areas, there needs to be a mastery of some basic skills that only comes with practice.

5. A GOOD STUDENT IS ABLE TO DEAL WITH FAILURE
Failure is one of the greatest tools in the learning process. Unfortunately, too many people are simply overwhelmed by the feeling of failure rather than being able to stand back and look at the lessons it can teach us. Having the tenacity to stare down failure is an extraordinary skill. Teach kids to look at failure in an analytical way. What is the size and gravity of the failure? What are its consequences? What can be learnt from the experience?

6. A GOOD STUDENT SETS GOALS
Goal setting focuses a student’s attention towards certain behaviours and information and away from distractions. Research tells us that incremental goals are far more effective than large goals. If a student is able to break down a big goal, like solving a big problem, innovating or achieving a higher grade, into small bite-sized pieces they are more likely to be successful. If they can incorporate the feedback they receive on each occasion, the small wins eventually lead to big achievements.

7. A GOOD STUDENT IS ABLE TO CONNECT LEARNING TO LIFE
A successful student is able to see their studies in the context of the wider world. If a child has read, observed and discussed the world, issues and ideas on a regular basis, they will be able to place their learning in context. Without context, it is easy to understand why a child would think, “What’s the point?” It is up to parents to ensure children are exposed to a multitude of ideas and rich resources and experiences. It is up to teachers to ensure that what happens in the classroom is linked to what exists in the wider world. That sense of relevance is vital for developing in kids a love of learning. It gives school relevance beyond just doing well in testing

8. A GOOD STUDENT KNOWS HOW TO LOOK AFTER THEIR MENTAL HEALTH
One of the greatest obstacles to a child’s academic success can be their mental health. Anxiety, in particular, is a growing concern in Australian schools. A large-scale 2018 study, conducted by the Australian Council for Educational Research (ACER) found that “nearly half of Australian students reported feeling “very stressed”, up from 28% in 2003 when the study began. Students who reported feeling confident while doing difficult schoolwork fell from 76% to 59%.” It is very difficult to learn when in a state of stress. If a child hasn’t been taught the emotional regulation skills required to create calm and a sense of flow, it is very hard to achieve success.

9. A GOOD STUDENT PARTNERS WITH TEACHERS
A child’s relationship with their teacher is fundamental to their success at school. Effective students recognise that their teachers are their allies. The importance of this relationship was borne out in the ground-breaking research of Professor John Hattie. We tend to see this relationship as being completely in the hands of the teacher. That isn’t the case. Effective learners contribute to the creation of this strong relationship. They recognise their teachers as valuable resources whom they need to work with, in partnership. These students are easy to recognise, they participate in class, they stay after class and ask extra questions, and they make appointments with their teachers to get help if they need it.

10. A GOOD STUDENT VALUES EDUCATION
Finally, if a child is to achieve success in education, they need to value education. In life, we very rarely persist or strive in an endeavor if we don’t think it is valuable. Studies show that children are more likely to embrace education and succeed in homes where education is valued, where there are books and where parents are engaged in learning.