I can answer questions pertaining to the following areas: Teaching methods, evaluation of teachers, teachers` moral, curriculum design and market research, students` attrition and completion rate, students` counseling and career planning in Post Secondary Education.
I was a President of private two-year school of business for over ten years, Vice president for three years, and a director of education for two years for a two-year college. Additionally, I have over twenty years of teaching experience in high school and post secondary education combined.
Doctorate degree in Education from Nova University
Master degree in Early Childhood from Nova University
School evaluator for the Accrediting Council of Independent Colleges & schools in Washington DC.
|Cameron||08/12/15||10||8||10||Thank you so much for responding! I .....|
|James||09/10/12||10||10||10||Thanks very much.|
|Prashant S Akerkar||06/28/12||10||10||10||Dear Dr Widad Thank you. Thanks & .....|
Hi Cameron: Colleges and universities do differ in their students’ criteria of acceptance. Mostly, however, do have certain standard on which they base their students’ selections in their campus. Basically
Dear Joe: Every school is mandated by the department of education to write their rules and regulations in the student’s handbook that is given to each student at the 1st day of school. Adding to that
Dear Nellie: The issue of transferability of credits can vary from one school to another by restricted range of decisions. Hence, credits are governed by the decision making of each school individually
Dear Nikhil: I sense a lot of confusion and doubts on your part as to what career path(s) should be as your ultimate career choice for your future, therefore, double major may not be a good judgment
Dear Jessica: To evaluate a school that is ranked as ” above average which is known as “Good” Schools” from below average” Standard” ones you need to look for certain main and valuable learning aspects