Education

Student Credit Cards at Chase Bank. About Student Banking System.

Chase is not focused on college students as credit card customers, according to spokeswoman Gail Hurdis, but they do have a Student Center section of their website, which includes credit card offers, information on student loans and resources for parents.

  • New Chase customers get $100 when you open a Chase College CheckingSM account enroll in paperless statements and complete 10 qualifying transactions within 60 days of account opening
  • For students between the ages of 17-24.
  • See service fee, bonus and account information below.
  • Plus enjoy benefits like access to 16,000 ATMs nationwide.

Penn State Schedule of Courses

Schedule of Courses The Pennsylvania State University

Schedule of Courses


By using the LionPATH Class Search you can search classes scheduled by semester.

Authorized Payer Access provides parents, guardians, or other individuals access to view and make payments on a student’s account, enroll in the Installment Payment Plan, and access IRS Form 1098-T.

Students can add an Authorized Payer in LionPATH by going to the Finance tab and clicking on “Manage My Account/Make a Payment.” After the student grants access to their family member, a user ID, temporary password, and login link will be emailed to the family member. 

The Impact of Daily Exit Quizzes on Student Performance on Unit Tests

Author: Phillip Buzzelli, BSHS, Cleveland State University

Abstract

        The purpose of this study was to create a strategy to hold students accountable for mastering the day’s objectives and evaluates the impact of daily quizzes on unit test results. Based on observations of several different classes, most classroom practices showed students were not being held responsible for the learning targets in each day’s lesson. According to Poljičan (2009), he was able to observe a positive correlation between the use of daily exit quizzes on unit tests. The exit quiz intervention was determined to be effective by observing higher mastery and near mastery on two different unit tests results. 

The Impact of Basic Math Fact Fluency on Student Achievement and other Math Standards

Author: Laquita Bolden, Cleveland State University

Abstract

Lack of fluency in math facts is a common deficit in American elementary classrooms. Students struggled with quick computations of multiplication facts. Fluency in basic math facts is important because math facts are the pre-requisites for elementary school math standards.  According to Musti-Rao et al. (2015), The Nation Mathematics Advisory Panel is finding that students in America are struggling with basic mathematic and computation skills.

Characteristics of effective leaders as viewed from structural, human resource and political lenses and their implications to teaching and learning

Author: Aytaged Zeleke, instructor at Deleware Technical Community College.

Abstract

The motivation to this article came from a recollection of the observation I had with the leadership practices of my former bosses which made me explore the common characteristics of effective leaders. Even though many scholars in the field have pointed out numerous characteristics effective leaders exhibit, I found Drucker ‘s (2004) article titled “What makes an effective executive” comprehensive and representative of many of the major characteristics of good leaders.

Bill Clinton Education History. Bill Clinton education life: from student to US President.

In Hot Springs, Bill Clinton attended St. John's Catholic Elementary School, Ramble Elementary School, and Hot Springs High School, where he was an active student leader, avid reader, and musician. Clinton was in the chorus and played the tenor saxophone, winning first chair in the state band's saxophone section. 


Sometime in my sixteenth year, I decided I wanted to be in public life as an elected official. I loved music and thought I could be very good, but I knew I would never be John Coltrane or Stan Getz. I was interested in medicine and thought I could be a fine doctor, but I knew I would never be Michael DeBakey. But I knew I could be great in public service.

Mark Zuckerberg Education Story. Zuckerberg in private school, college, Harvard university.

The goal is not just about work, so the third way we can create a sense of purpose for everyone is building communities. When our generation says "everyone", it means "everyone in the world". How many of those present here are from another country? And how many of you are friends with someone from those who came from another country? Now we will talk about this. We grew up, united with each other. In a study conducted among millenials, the most popular answer to the question "What determines your identity?" Was not "nationality", "religion" or "ethnicity", but the word "citizen of the world". This is a great achievement!

Mark Zuckerberg

Bill Gates Education. Harvard Diploma after 30 years.

Bill Gates was born in Seattle (Washington, USA) to the family of corporate lawyer William Henry Gates II, as well as Mary Maxwell Gates, who held executive positions on the board of several major American companies. Bill was the second child in the family, he has two sisters - the older Christie and the younger Libby.

When the boy went to school, his parents wrote him to the most privileged school in Seattle - Lakeside. The favorite subject for Bill was programming, to which he devoted almost all his free time. As a teenager, the American wrote his first game in Basic. Although these were simple "Tic-tac-toe," but for the boy they became the starting point in his future professional success.