Play School Education – A Good Option For Your Child

What is Play School Education?

Play School education is a part of Pre School education. Are you thinking it is the playground for your children? — If so, you get 50% idea about this system. Adding to your interest, this is a place where tiny kids learn a bit in a playful way. Learning basics of our education world like numbers and alphabets are taught to them using toys, puzzle boxes, pictures etc… to make their learning funny.

Required age to enroll your child in schools…

Yeah, there is not any age limit to enroll your baby in these schools. As a parent, you all are aware when your baby is ready to move into other places i.e. reaching to the age of two, your child can be able to go anywhere. But, every play school does not follow the same criteria. Suppose, your baby is not two years old by February and the school’s admission date opens in February, you have to wait for next season.
As Play schools take responsibility of your small tots, they want to follow the rule that they can manage. Nothing is to worry about this, if your child is smart, confident and easygoing, play schools will accept them without hesitance.

Why Play School Education is a necessity?

In this modern society & busy life, nourishing a child is not enough. Lack of time to spend with our children can be considered as a blunder. Children in this age love a circle to feel secured. Spending more time with parents or friends makes them more strong and confident. To relax the parents from these worries, Play school education has been started by some wits and learned child experts.

Play school education provides a better circle to your child to be socialized. Here, they find same age children that help them to become free and creative. Living in a friends circle, they found themselves competitive and a good follower.

Being a self-reliant and industrious, the children can touch the maturity level of their age. How they build themselves in this age that will help them making their future path easy.

What Play Schools hold the guidelines for your little ones?

Playschools are controlled by experienced wits who follow well guide lines to satisfy the parents. Trained teachers are associated in these schools. For a clever, smart and independent child, they have guidelines to provide him/her more opportunity to go ahead. For a shy, moody child, they try to get him/her socialized first. The first motto of this education is the improvement of your children. According to your child’s capability, they will be trained or taught to go one step ahead in their life.

Fine, what parents need more than the social, mental and educational development of their children from a Play school? So, it depends on the parents whether to choose Play School education or not. GOOD LUCK!

Impacts of Globalization on Accounting Education

Globalization is becoming inevitable within the business world, however many do not realize how globalization not only affects those already involved, but those studying to be apart of it. For over 75 years, the United States of America has been using GAAP (Generally Accepted Accounting Principles) as their standards or rules they have to follow, therefore their students are being taught accounting using GAAP (Scanlan). On the other hand many other countries use IFRS (International Financial Reporting Standards), so then their students are being taught accounting using IFRS. Therefore globalization has a huge impact on the education of accounting students (Nolan).

Surprisingly, many people still do not support globalization even though it creates many job opportunities for international and U.S. students. These people are afraid that jobs will be offered to more international students thus making our unemployment rate to go up. With the U.S. using GAAP and most other countries using IFRS this makes it difficult for international students to get jobs here over U.S. students. On the other hand, it will be just as difficult for U.S. students to get jobs in varying countries. This is an issue that should not be ignored. No matter which way you look at it, globalization is affecting the accounting world, especially the accounting education world.

Accounting education is changing everyday, from required courses to updated textbooks. An important issue to take note of is the fact that U.S. students are being taught GAAP, while students from other countries are being taught IFRS. Over 100 countries are using IFRS, with globalization becoming more likely, this imposes and unfair difficulty on students (Scanlon). It is significantly more difficult for U.S. students to get jobs in other countries and vice versa, due to the differing standards. The two standards being used has been an issue for quite some time now. In 2002 Robert K. Herdman, Chief Accountant of the U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission, gave an interview in which he talked about the two standards and heard from issuers and others about the requirements to access the U.S. markets; which they stated that having two makes it difficult for users to understand (Herdman). It becomes even more difficult when the results of their operations showed different results under GAAP and IFRS, yet both standards are technically correct. This makes it difficult on deciding which standard should be used globally.

The Securities and Exchange Commission has announced that the United States will attempt to abandon the use of GAAP and move towards using IFRS. This will solve the issue of having two ‘correct’ standards yielding different results. However, there are still many difficulties that will come with the shift from GAAP to IFRS. To start with, current accounting students will be majorly impacted by this change. Since they have been taught GAAP since they started their accounting education they will have to become familiar with an entirely new set of rules and regulations. New textbooks are going to have to be made and new courses are going to be required. This could lead to an extended amount of time in school, which ultimately leads to spending more money on the courses and new textbooks. However, not only will accounting students be affected drastically by this switch from GAAP to IFRS but the switch will also drastically affect professors and accountants (Scanlon).

Professors will need to be updated and educated on the rules and regulations of IFRS. Also, since more classes will have to be added, this could mean professors will have more classes to teach. They, themselves, will also be required to take courses on IFRS so they know it well enough to be able to teach it to students. This could be a huge inconvenience since they already went through school and earned their degree and now they have to go back. Current accountants may also need to enroll in courses about IFRS so they can implement the changes needed to continue to successful (Scanlon).

Globalization helped the United States realize the change that is much needed. Although the changes are both negative and positive, once the United States adopts IFRS problems of differing results due to different standards will be eliminated (Nolan). Also, students will not have to worry about not being able to get job in other countries. Even though it is an inconvenience for current students, professors and accountants it will make things easier in the long run and they will gain more knowledge (Scanlon).

DIscover the World With Globes

I have an old childhood memory of spinning the blue world globe in my bedroom with my eyes closed and slapping my finger down on a faraway location. I’d dream about what life and the people might be like there. I learned early how to use a globe to explore the world, and I bet I wasn’t the only one who was spinning globes when they were kids.

At some point I also learned that our desk globe was tilted at 23.5 degrees to match the tilt of the earth, which I found extremely interesting. When I was a little older I learned that the tilt of the earth in relation to the sun is what makes the seasons change, as well as the hours of daylight lengthen and shorten.

The world globes of today are different from the globes that were around during childhood, not just because we have so many different aesthetic varieties available. Territorial lines are not the same and many countries have changed their names and/or their boundaries. The USSR, once the biggest “country” in the world (I used the term “country” loosely because the Soviet Union was actually a union of annexed republics, not a union of independent countries who elected to join), has been replaced by smaller independent nations. Germany has been divided and reunited. What was once East Pakistan from 1947 to 1971 is now Bangladesh.

Colonies of the British Empire are now independent countries. The list of changes to the modern world map and current, updated world globes goes on and on.

There are many types of globes that can make world geography fun for kids, even globes that have countries and borders that can be colored in with crayons or markers. Teens can enjoy decorating their rooms with colorful globes or world globes that can even hold jewelry and other items. And of course there is a whole menagerie of globes and bar globe drinks cabinets to choose from that can be used as furniture, whether your taste in decor is classic style or whether it is modern and chic.

Geographic and educational world globes teach us many things about the world and provide us with a lifetime of enjoyment and learning. They combine beauty, functionality, design and education. But most importantly, they also allow us to dream about visiting distant lands. Even if we are no longer children spinning our globes in our bedrooms, we can still dream and discover the world.

Educational Globes – The Whole World is in Your Hands

Teaching children about the world around them does not have to be difficult. Most kids will not show any interest in world geography or maps. These things just do not peak their interests. Children love to play games and they really love toys that require interaction. Teachers know this and so do toy manufacturers.

With modern technology we are able to create interactive maps and interactive world globes. These new tools will capture your child’s attention and keep them entertained for hours. These educational world globes come in many different varieties.

You will find interactive world globes that require your child to answer questions and find countries, continents and oceans. They may be as simple as pointing to pictures of animals that live in a specific region or as advanced as asking about specific populations.

There are also educational globes for just about every grade level from preschool all the way to grade 12 and each one is filled with interesting facts about the world.

Some educational globes will illuminate and light up the world. These are always great for younger children who are drawn in to the soft light.

Topographical globes are a great way to teach children about the various peaks and valleys of specific regions of our planet. They are extremely detailed and help your child to understand the vast differences in terrain from all over the world.