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Writing skills may be the biggest “if” of all. Some students pay close attention in class, take excellent notes, and do very well on quizzes, but their gifts end there. People can learn many academic and life skills, but writing is not one of them. The truth is that some people are just not good writers, and these individuals will always be at an unfair disadvantage.
At Best Essay Education, we replace all these “ifs” with certainties. Our online essay writing service partners are native English speakers with top academic credentials. Furthermore, they each have a passion for their subject matters and truly enjoy academic writing. Most of all, they are well-established professional writers who are at or near the tops of their professions. Best Essay Education’s paper writing service backs every essay with a 100 percent satisfaction guarantee. If it’s not exactly right, we’ll do what it takes to make it right.
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Is It Plagiarism to Use A Custom Essay Writing Service?
Plagiarism is a very, very serious matter, particularly to academic professionals like us. So, before levying such a serious charge, it’s important to understand what plagiarism really is.
The term comes from the Latin words plagium and plagiarius, which mean “kidnapping” and “kidnapper.” So, plagiarism is academic kidnapping. It means stealing other people’s work and passing it off as your own without their knowledge or approval. Piracy and theft are both synonyms of plagiarism. When you use a custom essay writing service like Best Essay Education, you have all rights to the work. As far as you, we, your instructor, and anyone else are concerned, the work is your own. Looking at it another way, you did not steal the work. We gave it to you voluntarily.
Academic integrity is a similar matter, though it’s not nearly as serious as plagiarism. Most institutions have a guideline that uses lots of absolute terms (no outside help, only your own work, and so on). Yet consider what happens in most, if not all, academic projects:
The end result is a paper that’s mostly original work, but definitely had some outside help. That assistance probably made a significant difference in the grade. A poorly-researched paper with a weak thesis statement and technical errors usually gets a C or D, at best.
Fundamentally, there is no difference between that kind of outside help and an essay writing service like Best Essay Education. So, as far as we are concerned, our service is not dishonest. If we believed otherwise, we would not do what we do.
Why is Best Essay Education the Best?
Truthfully, all our student partners would probably be very satisfied with a structurally sound essay that has a visionary thesis statement and is solidly researched. But our online essay writing service goes several steps beyond these minimum requirements:
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Education and the Commercial Mindset
Samuel E. Abrams
“In Education and the Commercial Mindset, Abrams provides a detailed, informative and insightful account of the rise and fall of The Edison Project, as a case study of for-profit schools… Abrams demonstrates that for-profit schools have no incentives to consider long term educational or social goals. Obsessed with achievement metrics that might persuade consumers to purchase their product, they often exclude students with cognitive, emotional or behavioral problems. Or with failing grades… Running schools like businesses won’t solve the problem.”—Glenn C. Altschuler, The Huffington Post
“[An] outstanding book.”—Valerie Strauss, The Washington Post
Minds Online: Teaching Effectively with Technology
Michelle D. Miller
“If you teach with technology in any form, at any level, I recommend you put this book at the top of your tottering pile of required reading on higher education. It’s an outstanding book that provides a road map for truly effective online teaching. What distinguishes [Miller’s] book from much of the research available on teaching with technology, and pushes it beyond arguments about improving access, is her emphasis on the ways in which online teaching tools can actually improve learning for all students—not just those who have no access to traditional face-to-face classrooms.”—James Lang, The Chronicle of Higher Education
Make It Stick: The Science of Successful Learning
Peter C. Brown, Henry L. Roediger III, and Mark A. McDaniel
Honorable Mention, 2015 PROSE Award, Education Theory category, Association of American Publishers • A Chronicle of Higher Education “Top 10 Books on Teaching” Selection, 2014
“If you want to read a lively and engaging book on the science of learning, this is a must… Make It Stick benefits greatly from its use of stories about people who have achieved mastery of complex knowledge and skills. Over the course of the book, the authors weave together stories from an array of learners—surgeons, pilots, gardeners, and school and university students—to illustrate their arguments about how successful learning takes place… This is a rich and resonant book and a pleasurable read that will leave you pondering the processes through which you, and your students, acquire new knowledge and skills.”—Hazel Christie, Times Higher Education
No Citizen Left Behind
2014 NASSP Book Award, North American Society for Social Philosophy • 2013 AESA Critics’ Choice Award, American Educational Studies Association • 2013 Michael Harrington Book Award, New Political Science Section of the American Political Science Association • Co-Winner, 2013 Exemplary Research in Social Studies Award, National Council for the Social Studies
“Levinson advocates restoring civic education, which gives young people insights into the workings of the American political system, to the educational curriculum on a national scale. She believes that ensuring all students receive the same civic education would strengthen our country and cause more citizens to take an active role in its government… The experiences and research Levinson shares have the potential to produce a national ‘aha’ moment.”—Terry Christner, Library Journal
What the Best College Students Do
“Some very good books are worth reading for a few splendid pages alone. Ken Bain’s What the Best College Students Do is one such book… [It] combines interviews with a review of academic research on university learning… The ‘best’ students are curious risk-takers who make connections across disciplines. By following those instincts—rather than simply chasing ‘success’—the best students achieved it. Bain’s new book is a wonderful exploration of excellence.”—David A. Kaplan, Fortune
A Choice Outstanding Academic Title, 2013
“Lockhart is famous in the math world for a 2002 essay about the state of mathematics teaching. He described it as akin to teaching music by forcing children to transcribe notation without ever touching an instrument or singing. Measurement is his attempt to change the equation: a conversational book about mathematics as an art that invites the reader to join in the fun. Sounding every bit the teacher whose love for his subject is infectious, he guides us through exercises in geometry and calculus—giving information and hints along the way while always encouraging us to ask, and answer, ‘Why?’ Lockhart does not try to make math seem easy; instead he wants his readers to understand that the difficulty brings rewards.”—Evelyn Lamb, Scientific American
Trusting What You’re Told: How Children Learn from Others
Paul L. Harris
Co-winner, 2014 Eleanor Maccoby Book Award, American Psychological Association (Division 7, Developmental Psychology) • 2013 Book Award, Cognitive Development Society
“Harris argues that the longstanding idea that kids should be self-learners who gain knowledge mainly from their own explorations and observations is flawed… Harris’ book explores lots of interesting ideas, including the impact of a mother’s level of education on a child’s inquisitiveness and why kids trust what they learn from their parents.”
—Julie Rasicot, Education Week
Dropping Out: Why Students Drop Out of High School and What Can Be Done About It
Russell W. Rumberger
“The most complete examination of the dropout issue I have ever seen… Rumberger examines every complex nuance, summarizes every important research paper and demolishes every Internet myth. His book is a masterpiece, something education wonks will keep close by… We can’t make any improvements, however, without knowing what hasn’t helped dropouts, and why. On those vital questions, this book will be the best resource for years to come.”
—Jay Mathews, The Washington Post
Teaching What You Don’t Know
Finalist, 2009 ForeWord Book of the Year Award, Education Category
“The hints and tips provided here will be valuable perhaps everywhere that there is a higher education system… Teaching What You Don’t Know will find a good audience as a rescue manual for the young, as it assuages the anxieties facing the postgraduate or the postdoctoral teacher. The book, which clearly draws on a wide range of teaching experience on the U.S. scene, offers good advice and outlines some useful strategies. Huston does, moreover, dig up issues that have become ever more pressing over the past few years.”—Leslie Gofton, Times Higher Education
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