In today’s competitive job market, employers are seeking to hire graduates that are highly specialized and well trained. You can’t afford to waste your time with an education that wont help you get the job you want. At Centennial College, all our programs are geared for success.
As part of your program, you will not only learn how to use the latest cutting edge tools, but you will also learn how to apply the latest principles from business professionals. To compliment your classroom learning, you will also get hands-on experience in the labs.
Centennial’s staff not only believe in providing students with the best teaching experience possible, but also to offer the best guidance and career advice.
Early exposure to science is critical because science knowledge is cumulative. Learning science requires a solid foundation of knowledge that can be built upon through further study and exploration. Children should be introduced to science at home as early as possible. Don’t make the mistake of thinking that your child learns all the science they need to know at school. The truth is science education in school is limited and the subject is not usually a high priority for educators. As parents, it is important that we share our knowledge with our children. Every day activities such as growing plants, cooking and caring for animals involve science. Take a look around and you will see that science is everywhere. Parents can choose to engage in scientific activities with their children when they are not in school to build scientific comprehension, encourage scientific exploration and foster a love for science and the pursuit of knowledge. There are aspects of science that are intellectually demanding, but often simple experiences produce insightful learning. To engage your children in science you need to introduce them to stimulating environments that provide opportunities for observing and discussing science. Zoos, nature centers, oceans, parks, yards and even kitchens are perfect educational environments. Children naturally learn through playful exploration. Educational DVDs, and toys provoke thought and develop skills. When children ask questions to satisfy their natural curiosity, it is an open opportunity to be seized by the parent.
For instance, if a child is fascinated by a light switch and wants to know how it turns the light on and off, inquire into the subject with your child. Find out why and how the switch works. Why does yeast make bread rise? How does a spider spin a web? Why do leaves fall? Why do the birds disappear in the winter?
Identify your child’s interests and encourage them. If a child develops an interest in rocks, study rocks, gems, mining and fossils and build on that curiosity moving on to fossil fuels, heat generation and environmental effects. You will find that one inquiry leads to another.
Business and management Education have been taught in professional institutions of higher education since prior to the turn of 20th century. Recently, the need for highly qualified managers has eventually risen up with increasing complexities in the corporate world and new unpredictable situations arising at a considerable rate.
Corporate world has grown and transformed magnificently in the last decade or so, with new and innovative methods being developed for communication and other business processes, the business has crossed the physical borders and has reached millions of people worldwide. In such scenario, having an efficient management system that is able to handle such diversities and still come out with considerable amount of profit.
Management education has witnessed explosive growth ion the recent past and MBA is now the most sought out professional degree in the world that almost every working professional wants to i9nclude in his/her CV. The benefits of proper management education are measurable, impressive and are well evidenced by concrete examples.
School fundraisers have become more important over the last few years as federal, state and district funding of basic education and school activities has been reduced. Consequently, more schools and groups are holding multiple fundraisers and in some cases competing for dollars.
As a parent and former educator I am concerned about the impact of the increased pressure to raise funds on the culture and atmosphere of the school. Fundraising is a billion dollar industry which holds little regard to the health of the student, family or community. One must ask the question, what are we teaching our children and families through our current fundraising practices? Currently, my neighborhood school is raising funds by selling cookie dough and promoting McDonald’s coupons. Not that I do not like cookie dough or the occasional Big Mac, but at one point does the overall health of the student outweigh the needs for funds.
One of the growing trends over the last few years has been Green or Eco Friendly Fundraising solutions. These programs sell green products such as reusable water bottles, reusable bags, and fair trade products. This is a step in right direction as the products send an educational message to the home and promote positive actions like recycling, waste reduction and the use of reusable products. In some cases these fundraisers are connected to the school curriculum.
Studying in groups has always been a fun where on one hand it helps in dealing with monotony of regular studies and procrastinations on another hand it benefits students with fast learning, fresh perspectives on a problematic topic and acuminate intellect. In this high tech era where half of the population prefer performing most of the task online such as shopping, banking, ticket booking etc students also try to make hay while the sun shines by replacing books with eBooks and real-life classrooms by real time classrooms.
University- formulated Virtual classrooms, student-organized online study groups and learning management systems are few of the numerous technologies that made synchronous distance-learning education convenient and cost efficient. Universities enrich their syllabus and coursework, enhance flexibility and relevancy of their programs and attract the best students and faculties to their campuses. Students augment their learning experience, explore the reading materials by experts, Web-based Q&A interactions deepen the knowledge of enhanced curriculum, immersion environments and regulated live classes ease the understanding of complex concepts. Students can share complaints and critiques of the course with their peers and teachers asynchronously or synchronously. Thus better participation, better communication, better information and assistance which will certainly lead to better education and learning.
Students create many Facebook, Yahoo and Google groups; invite members and share the study material. But many online experts claim additional negative impacts of using social networking sites as revision platform. Potential distractions, vulnerability to psychological issues, lack of immediate response and record tracking, limitation of student assessment and feedback in these social networking sites can stray students form focus and might result into bad grades.
The human brain is the most complex organ in the human body. It is also one of the most critical parts about which even doctors and medical professionals are still quite a lot in the dark. Prolonged researches have bought out many important theories but that is not sufficient; it is still an ongoing process.
The human brain is the seat of thinking. It helps us to rationalize, plan and think, besides monitoring all the activities of the body. If the heart continues to beat while the brain stops functioning, the person is said to be in a state of coma and is as good as dead. Hence, we realize the importance of brain and its functions.
However, limited knowledge in this area makes it difficult for medical professionals to treat patients who suffer from disorders in the brain. Medical students and doctors can gain more knowledge about the various parts of the brain and how they function by reading books and from information gathered from the Internet.
However, education can be achieved by a number of ways, but gaining education through the CBSE based online tutorials is like icing on the cake. Nowadays, CBSE online tutorials for classes IX to XII are considered as one of the most contemporary methods of gaining education by means of various interactive mediums such as TV, audio, etc.
Knowledge of various subjects such as mathematics, physics, biology and chemistry can be easily availed by the online tutorials of CBSE. These online tutorials apart from providing regular lessons also aim at infusing complete feeling of the real examination scenario in the students. And this can be achieved by conducting online mock tests on regular basis. Designed on the CBSE paper pattern and syllabus, these mock tests expose students towards their weaker areas and hence, give an opportunity to make timely improvements. Moreover, mock tests also help in improving the speed and completing question paper in a time span of 3 hours.
Few other noteworthy advantages of CBSE online tutorials are as follows:-