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  • Susan Elizabeth Bartlett
    Published 31 minutes ago
    The Picky Nursing Instructor

    The Picky Nursing Instructor

    She said “I’m going to weed you out” and my breath stopped in my throat.
  • Mark Wesley Pritchard
    Published 34 minutes ago
    An Honest Conversation About Bullying

    An Honest Conversation About Bullying

    Let’s admit: bullying is one of the biggest problems happening in schools. Whether it’s via online or in person, bullies will find ways to crush one’s self-esteem and making them feel less than what they are. They put their own insecurities onto others to make themselves feel better, thinking that they’re so tough. One in four kids at school reported that they were bullied. I was a victim of bullying for a number of reasons.
  • Rhonda Martinez
    Published about 20 hours ago
    Top 5 Habits of Successful Law Students

    Top 5 Habits of Successful Law Students

    Law is an incredibly demanding and stressful college course. You will not be surprised to hear that many students do not even finish their first year. The workload can be heavy, and there will be moments where you feel like giving up. Consistency and the building of good habits are key traits that you will need if you want to succeed in your law course. Below, you can find out more about the specific traits that successful law students have.
  • M. A. Hetussa
    Published about 20 hours ago
    Class of 2020 - your lost generation.

    Class of 2020 - your lost generation.

    Crossing a stage, for less than 30 seconds, receiving a fake piece of rolled up paper that represents the last most significant portion of your life – spanning years, not just months – may seem trivial and unnecessary to some. But for others, this was a dream, a long awaited and well worked for goal – a fragile reality, that as it turns out was susceptible to breaking.
  • Ben W
    Published a day ago
    Using Worksheets to Succeed in ESL Learning

    Using Worksheets to Succeed in ESL Learning

    If you are learning a language such as English, it can be tough to justify doing homework and worksheets and additional activities. However, here’s a secret for you, dear reader: you have to do it as part of the learning process. In order to retain the knowledge, you have learned either through online courses, private lessons, or group classes, you need to have worksheets or activities in order to be able to remember what the concepts were that you have to put into practice. While worksheets alone will not make you an English master, the practice you can gain from them is invaluable.
  • ava watson
    Published 2 days ago
    Step By Step Guide To Write An Effective Dissertation!

    Step By Step Guide To Write An Effective Dissertation!

    The dissertation is used to produce an original piece of research work on a particular topic. The dissertation writing is the most challenging task in the entire degree process. Students need to do in-depth research to write their dissertation paper. No offence to say that dissertation writing requires a lot of effort and meticulous planning.
Staff Picks
  • Anthony Austin II
    Published 3 months ago
    3 Tips for Creating a Purposeful Classroom Library

    3 Tips for Creating a Purposeful Classroom Library

    Classroom libraries are becoming more popular in schools across the nation. No longer do students have to go to a school library to get books of their choice. Instead, students can conveniently grab a book right from their classroom library. With the horror of skimming through the shelves of a large library, and going through the lengthy checkout process, Students are able to choose books from a wide range of genres and topics.
  • Matthew Donnellon
    Published 4 months ago
    How to Write a Paper in One Night

    How to Write a Paper in One Night

    Before I was a professional writer, like many other writers, I was a writing student. An English major to be more precise. And that required the writing of approximately six thousand papers.
  • Archibald Jacobs
    Published 6 months ago
    Subbing In

    Subbing In

    The life of a substitute teacher is an interesting one. On any given day, you may be required to walk into a completely foreign school, and command respect the moment you walk through the front gates. This can often be belied by the fact that you have a fruit cup packed in your bag for recess, and often have difficulty finding the front office.
  • Alexandra Rizzi
    Published 6 months ago
    Why All Educators Should Do Personal Development

    Why All Educators Should Do Personal Development

    Recently I was working with a group of young students who were, as students do, resisting doing the task that I, the educator, wanted them to. I began to enter into the familiar dance that anyone who has ever worked with children likely knows well: Kids moving around the room, talking to friends, asking unrelated questions, raising their hand and telling long-winded, boring stories about their friend Carley’s pet hamster who pooped on the floor. Everybody laughs but you—because let's face it kid, your story sucks and I see what you’re trying to do here.
  • Autumn Graves
    Published 10 months ago
    I Wish More of My Teachers Had Said "I Don't Know"

    I Wish More of My Teachers Had Said "I Don't Know"

    I always loved science. My brain is wired analytically, and I always did well enough at anything quantitative. I also crave new knowledge, and I’ve always been too ambitious for my own good.
  • Mackenzie Z. Kennedy
    Published about a year ago
    10 Reasons Why Teachers Are Quitting Education

    10 Reasons Why Teachers Are Quitting Education

    America is dealing with one of the worst education crises in history. As of right now, our country's ability to compete with others on an international level is in freefall.
Book Reviews
  • Virag Dombay
    Published about a month ago
    My Favourite Books of the decade (2010-2019)

    My Favourite Books of the decade (2010-2019)

    Those that know me, know that I love to read. It’s one of my favourite hobbies and it’s what’s inspired my love of storytelling, journaling and creative writing. I have over 300 (maybe even more) in books in just my bedroom alone and I never appear to have enough. Although, one could argue that it’s never possible for one to have enough books. Without further ado, here is a list of books that have been published this past decade that have left a footprint on my heart or have challenged my way of thinking. Sometimes both .
  • Shain Thomas
    Published 7 months ago
    Daniel Howe's 'What Hath God Wrought' Is a Biographical Masterpiece

    Daniel Howe's 'What Hath God Wrought' Is a Biographical Masterpiece

    Arthur Schlesinger, a historian who taught at Harvard University, once commented that when writing history, “objectivity is not neutrality.” One could argue that this is the case with Daniel Walker Howe and the book What Hath God Wrought: The Transformation of America—1815-1848.
  • Pandora Ogg
    Published 7 months ago
    Review: This Is How It Always Is

    Review: This Is How It Always Is

    REVIEW: This Is How It Always Is by Laurel Frankel
College
  • Samantha Sabio
    Published 5 days ago
    The Moment I Realized a College Degree Doesn't Secure Shit

    The Moment I Realized a College Degree Doesn't Secure Shit

    I did the thing. That thing that everyone says is supposed to secure your future stability. College, they say, guarantees a good career, a good home, and a good life. In college, you'll be able to master your craft and form a broad network of connections for lifelong success. But here's the thing that they don't tell you—a college degree doesn't secure shit.
  • Emma O'Regan-Reidy
    Published 6 days ago
    Minimalist Bedrooms, VSCO Filters, and Reformation Outfits: Why do all Sorority Instagrams Look the Same?

    Minimalist Bedrooms, VSCO Filters, and Reformation Outfits: Why do all Sorority Instagrams Look the Same?

    You’ve seen this Instagram profile before. You’ve probably seen the independent cafes and luminous backgrounds before too. The white marble, exposed pine and amber-hued Edison light bulbs look familiar even though you’ve never been there. These are interspersed with tropical holiday photos, featuring girls in Reformation or Brandy Melville mannequin outfits and Ray bans, followed by a semi-formal group shot of a red tulle sea. hash tagged #ootd selfies showcase layered gold necklaces and chunky neutral sweaters over skinny jeans, revealing their rooms which all seem to feature the same grey furniture aesthetic with pops of millennial pink and white faux fur; maybe the occasional succulent. Even though the spaces are similarly decorated, the VSCO filters layered over these images create a certain ambience of tanned skin in bleached, sunny interior and exterior spaces. If these descriptions sound familiar to you, you’ve probably come across a sorority member’s Instagram account. Since the influx of saturated yet minimalist VSCO filters and the emergence of FaceTune have become more commonplace on Instagram, especially among these accounts, in the past few years, these aesthetics have seemingly become a template for sorority experiences on and offline. By shaping one’s individual and collective sorority Instagram profile through these visuals of pastel backgrounds and sparkling smiles, these identities, like many others, have become more visible and standardized through popular photo editing and sharing apps.
  • Adam Jackson
    Published 9 days ago
    How to Stay Mentally Strong While Writing a Bookkeeping Assignment?

    How to Stay Mentally Strong While Writing a Bookkeeping Assignment?

    Completing a bookkeeping assignment is not an easy job because it focuses on different kinds of monetary transactions that need to be placed in various accounts along with the relevant skills that are required for presenting the summary of an account statement, i.e. trial balance. A student studying bookkeeping has to be careful about all the important aspects related to the recording of transactions while structuring an assignment. A student often loses focus because of the burden of various factors related to the elements of bookkeeping, and he tries to seek bookkeeping assignment help to bring a change in this situation. In the otherwise case, when he tries to do things on his own, due to mental pressure, he ends up scoring bad grades. This article includes different ways to remain strong while managing an assignment associated with bookkeeping. So, read the next part carefully.
Courses
  • John Noels
    Published 2 days ago
    20 Business Essay Topics That Will Help You Excel in Your Class

    20 Business Essay Topics That Will Help You Excel in Your Class

    Whenever you are assigned a business essay to work on, the major objective of it is that you understand different market situations and learn to keep your model upright during them. Business essay help providers say that the moment teachers assign students the essay they need to work on, they get freaked out and start finding ways to escape from writing it.
  • Sarah Marry
    Published 3 days ago
    A Beneficial Overview on Distance Learning

    A Beneficial Overview on Distance Learning

    2020 has been a challenging year for everyone across the globe. The entire world is in the agonizing grip of Coronavirus. It is a highly painful and quickly transmittable disease caused by an invisible micro virus. The UNO declares it as the universal disease. It started from China and has headed over to the popular developing countries. This killer virus took several innocent lives and infected millions of people in the world. It is still spreading across the globe. Almost the whole world has reached on the brink of lock-down and socio-economic shutter down. Millions have self-isolated themselves.
  • Eli Alain
    Published 3 days ago
    French better than English?

    French better than English?

    You see, I am a French person from Canada with — as you may have guessed — French as first language. I grew up surrounded by this language, strongly attached to its melody and syllables. English was of course, always a part of my childhood, learning it in school, through the social medias, etc. But it always remained my ''second-language-that-I-needed-to-perfect-to-have-an-international-job'' later in the future. That's why I should excuse myself in advance for any following mistakes that may cause some bloody type of damage to your eyes.
Degree
  • Kevin Gardner
    Published 2 months ago
    Reasons To Consider a Degree in Economics

    Reasons To Consider a Degree in Economics

    Selecting the right path for your future is no small endeavor. In order to feel confident in your decision, you need to dedicate a good amount of time and effort to weighing out all of the options that appeal to you. You want to make sure whatever field you enter has decent job prospects, sensible income, and excites you in a way that makes you feel satisfied by your daily flow of work. There are many different options available and exploring a number of areas can be useful. For some, a degree in economics might be the right fit.
  • Jonathan Bowler
    Published 2 months ago
    WGU - BS - IT

    WGU - BS - IT

    For those that are completely unaware of what a night owl is, it is someone that stays up late, long after everyone else has gone to be, and continues to study. A night owl has been made popular thanks to the all online University, Western Governors University, or WGU. Currently, I am pursuing my Bachelor's of Science in Information Technology. What is Information Technology, you ask? I am glad you asked this! Let me enlighten you.
  • Paisley Hansen
    Published 4 months ago
    Why Is Education So Important For Growing At Work?

    Why Is Education So Important For Growing At Work?

    Whether you’re fresh out of college and are pursuing your dream job, are middle-aged and deciding to make a career change or are simply looking to switch up the mundane routine of your life, congratulations! You are on your way to finding out what it is that you really want to do and are thinking about ways to achieve it. Although it can be scary and intimidating to consider starting from the bottom and working your way up in a fresh company, consider ways that you can advance yourself before even applying for your first job. Although experience speaks for itself in many real-life workplaces, the power of formal education in your field can help set you apart from every other applicant in the pool.
High School
  • The Couch Poet
    Published 29 days ago
    Controversial Lessons I Learned Through a Miserable High School Career

    Controversial Lessons I Learned Through a Miserable High School Career

    High school brings back a lot of memories. For some, those memories are positive ones. Maybe you were the captain of the football team, or you met the love of your life. For others, those memories are negative ones. My high school memories are negative ones.
  • Sara Devine
    Published about a month ago
    Prom Night

    Prom Night

    Prom Night
  • Neil Singh
    Published about a month ago
    Does Atar Matter?

    Does Atar Matter?

    I have just finished high school last year and going to University next year and I have been thinking whether all the stress, anxiety, and pressure to perform well was really worth it after all Atar is only valid for two years before disappearing without a trace.
How To
  • Ben W
    Published a day ago
    Using Worksheets to Succeed in ESL Learning

    Using Worksheets to Succeed in ESL Learning

    If you are learning a language such as English, it can be tough to justify doing homework and worksheets and additional activities. However, here’s a secret for you, dear reader: you have to do it as part of the learning process. In order to retain the knowledge, you have learned either through online courses, private lessons, or group classes, you need to have worksheets or activities in order to be able to remember what the concepts were that you have to put into practice. While worksheets alone will not make you an English master, the practice you can gain from them is invaluable.
  • Elise
    Published 2 days ago
    I Hate Grammar & Punctuation

    I Hate Grammar & Punctuation

    As writers, people assume we are clever little word wizards. And I’m sure most of you are, but I am not.
  • Rahul Kumar
    Published 7 days ago
    5 Ways to Finance Your Higher Education Studies

    5 Ways to Finance Your Higher Education Studies

    Higher education is among the most important aspects of a person's life. It helps you to become successful in life. It gives you incredible opportunities, financial support and also advanced knowledge. It enhances your career by giving you ample opportunity to pursue a course of your interest. Everybody wishes to study in their dream college or university. And, the institute that you choose plays a key role in shaping your career. And sometimes it gets difficult to cover the high tuition fees. But it is now possible to finance your higher education studies easily.
List
  • theyouth123
    Published 16 days ago
    Photography Institute in India
  • Diamond C.
    Published 17 days ago
    5 Things I Wish School Prepared Me For

    5 Things I Wish School Prepared Me For

    More specifically, high school. (Even college is a bit iffy to me but even I can admit it has its place and usefulness.)
  • Chris Evans
    Published 17 days ago
    List of Psychology Topics for Students Writing Assignments

    List of Psychology Topics for Students Writing Assignments

    Psychology is an interesting branch of science that deals with the scientific study of the behavior of mind and mental functions. It primarily focuses on the conscious and unconscious mind, mood changes, criminal mind, abnormality, behavioral issues and other things. Psychology is a wide area of study and a practical based subject. For an entry-level student, studying the human mind, thoughts, and functions is a challenging task. Students pursuing a degree in psychology need to attain classes and training sessions. Further, a student should do a lot of practice and spend a lot of time to get enough knowledge on the subject. Sometimes they encounter several types of assignments on psychology and spend a lot of time writing them.
Product Review
  • Keri Savoca
    Published 8 days ago
    Which programming language should I learn first?

    Which programming language should I learn first?

    Which programming language should I learn first?
  • Vickie Casper
    Published 2 months ago
    Effects of Technology on Education

    Effects of Technology on Education

    Technology has impacted the way students are taught. If you have been keen on some of the things that your past and current schools have achieved through technology, you will agree with me that it has dramatically changed and improved the way academic activities are implemented. I believe that technology has greatly helped students in maximizing what they learn. For example, you can access notes online or participate in discussions that increase the rate at which you learn new concepts.
  • Morgan Alber
    Published 4 months ago
    Community Playthings: A Great Company

    Community Playthings: A Great Company

    Community Playthings is a company in upstate New York that specializes in furniture and toys for early Childhood Education. The company was started by a small cooperative community called Macedonia in 1947. This community joined the Bruderhof Community near Rifton, New York in the 1950’s and Community Playthings has been providing quality toys and furniture for both the Bruderhof Community and the world ever since.
Student
  • Mark Wesley Pritchard
    Published 34 minutes ago
    An Honest Conversation About Bullying

    An Honest Conversation About Bullying

    Let’s admit: bullying is one of the biggest problems happening in schools. Whether it’s via online or in person, bullies will find ways to crush one’s self-esteem and making them feel less than what they are. They put their own insecurities onto others to make themselves feel better, thinking that they’re so tough. One in four kids at school reported that they were bullied. I was a victim of bullying for a number of reasons.
  • Rhonda Martinez
    Published about 20 hours ago
    Top 5 Habits of Successful Law Students

    Top 5 Habits of Successful Law Students

    Law is an incredibly demanding and stressful college course. You will not be surprised to hear that many students do not even finish their first year. The workload can be heavy, and there will be moments where you feel like giving up. Consistency and the building of good habits are key traits that you will need if you want to succeed in your law course. Below, you can find out more about the specific traits that successful law students have.
  • M. A. Hetussa
    Published about 20 hours ago
    Class of 2020 - your lost generation.

    Class of 2020 - your lost generation.

    Crossing a stage, for less than 30 seconds, receiving a fake piece of rolled up paper that represents the last most significant portion of your life – spanning years, not just months – may seem trivial and unnecessary to some. But for others, this was a dream, a long awaited and well worked for goal – a fragile reality, that as it turns out was susceptible to breaking.
Teacher
  • Susan Elizabeth Bartlett
    Published 31 minutes ago
    The Picky Nursing Instructor

    The Picky Nursing Instructor

    She said “I’m going to weed you out” and my breath stopped in my throat.
  • Kenneth S
    Published 2 days ago
    A Sleepover Meeting

    A Sleepover Meeting

    “Some people arrive and make such a beautiful impact on your life, you can barely remember what life was like without them,” by Anna Taylor. A person can impact you in many ways. In Taiwan’s elementary school, we have the same homeroom teacher every two years. I met a person who opened my horizons after four years in elementary school. Before I got up to 5th grade, I think school really is just for fun and meet some new friends, nothing more. However, everything changes after I met this teacher who name is “Chen Bo Han.” Ever since then, my view changed. He broadens my scope of mind, my knowledge, my habit, and my vision to the world; he is more than just a homeroom teacher, he is also my coach and my mentor.
  • Ashleejean
    Published 4 days ago
    What Teachers Really Say to Students About the Coronavirus

    What Teachers Really Say to Students About the Coronavirus

    Today, with the world fearing the new deadly disease, Coronavirus is spreading like wildfire. Majority of the people are taking it on a lighter note because they aren't aware of its effects. Yet, several institutes have initiated the act of spreading awareness in the form of basic facts and history about the virus. If we look at it closely, youngsters mostly school going students are prone to getting infected, including older aged people. Both of them tend to be less careful and are more exposed to germs. For students, teachers around the UK are trying to educate them and teach them about basic preventive measures.
Trade School
  • Sabs L
    Published 6 months ago
    Becoming a Hairdresser

    Becoming a Hairdresser

    One sick day home from high school I sat on my iPod and watched all 72 videos of Cute Girls Hairstyles on YouTube. I watched braid after braid video completely fascinated with how beautiful hair could look. This was a start of two very strong passions; hair and spending countless hours diving deep into YouTube, and I will report, neither has changed.
  • Anita Powell
    Published 7 months ago
    No Shame in Going to a Trade School

    No Shame in Going to a Trade School

    For some kids, the stress of whether to go to college is a pressure cooker waiting to explode, especially if they do not want to go. College is not for every kid, but parents often put their ambitions for their children on them. We are well aware of the extent some parents go to to get their kids into a university. Is college for the kid or for the parents? There was a time when the military was the go-to source of jobs for kids, especially African American kids. Parents looked at the military as a way out of the ghetto, which could eat their kids up and spit them out on the nearest-drug infested corner. That seems to have changed somewhat as military standards have changed. It wasn’t so much that parents didn’t want their kids to enlist; rather, it's more that kids weren’t being accepted so readily.
  • Miranda Jules
    Published 10 months ago
    The Truth About Culinary School

    The Truth About Culinary School

    When I first decided to go to culinary school, it was 2010. I surprised myself in one of my manic phases and did something I may or may not have done in a less impulsive state of mind. I am a second generation Chef, which just means that my dad is also a Chef and has worked in kitchens all of his adult life. My dad did not go to culinary school, but rather, he worked his way through the ranks of kitchens like a true old-school culinarian. If I had to do it all over again, that might have been my choice as well.