With the advent of the iPad, the need to carry around bulky, cumbersome laptops has been eliminated. But are students taking full advantage of all the applications provided in the App Store?
Author: Julie Kim
Technology Dependency – Good or Bad?
With the increase of accessibility of new information and technology, schools are becoming more technology dependent. The influx of school-owned iPads, smartboards, laptops, and other gadgets that would aid students in their academic pursuits has brought differing opinions among students in Korea Kent Foreign School, however.
Students Incorporate Videos in Studies
At KKFS, both students and teachers are increasingly utilizing the educational website Khan Academy outside and inside of school.
Compassion Uses Celebrities to Boost Awareness
The days of pamphlets and newspaper ads are gone; using objects as a means of advertisement is considered obsolete. Now it’s time to make use of people, more specifically, celebrities. Compassion Korea, a Christian Non-Governmental Organization, has never made any particular effort to make itself known through commercials, magazines, or documentaries. However, by enlisting the…
Online Classes on the Rise
Teachers have generally encouraged students to think critically, write persuasively, and express their thoughts through tools such as essays, presentations, reports, and projects. In Korea Kent Foreign School (KKFS), it’s done a little differently. Julie KimKorea Kent Foreign School 11More Posts
Stop Online Piracy or Stop Online Freedom?
With the Internet becoming an indispensable part of our lives, it’s hard to imagine what life would be like without sites like Google, Facebook, or Youtube. However unimaginable it may be, this might actually come true with the newly introduced anti-piracy bills, SOPA (Stop Online Piracy Act) and PIPA (Protect IP Act). Julie KimKorea Kent…