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How tos for the learners and the learned; tips and tricks to help you study effectively, survive your school years, impress your teachers and more.

  • Chantelle Gallagher
    Published 2 months ago
    8 Term Paper Writing Tips That Will Enable You to Write Fast

    8 Term Paper Writing Tips That Will Enable You to Write Fast

    Time becomes a valuable and scarce resource, and some term paper writing tips that can make the process go faster would be of great help, especially if your paper is due now, more or less.
  • Damien Justus
    Published 3 months ago
    5 Student Tips for Passing the CPA Exam
  • Robert Johnson
    Published 3 months ago
    How to Remain Organized During Online Classes

    How to Remain Organized During Online Classes

    Now that you have decided to take up an online course and have decided to invest your time improving your academic resume, your first step should be to organize your daily schedule in such a manner that you can be sure all your work will be done on time, all your reading will be completed in advance, and that your responsibilities outside of your online class are accounted for as well.
  • Mikkie Mills
    Published 3 months ago
    How Your School District Can Boost Communication Efficiency

    How Your School District Can Boost Communication Efficiency

    On so many occasions, there is a ton of information that needs to get out to a number of individuals throughout a school district. Not only does information need to get to staff in different schools, but to parents as well.
  • Jennifer Grachova
    Published 3 months ago
    How to Become a Doctor in the USA?

    How to Become a Doctor in the USA?

    In the US, studying medicine and dentistry and becoming a doctor isn’t an easy feat. It is challenging when it comes to intellectual effort, fees, and time (and patience).
  • Steve Llano
    Published 3 months ago
    Summer Steps for College Success

    Summer Steps for College Success

    The middle of the summer is not the time of year you find yourself thinking about your university courses. Maybe it should be.
  • Jade Pulman
    Published 3 months ago
    How to Teach Students Effectively

    How to Teach Students Effectively

    If you are a teacher who is just starting your career and wants to learn a little bit more on how to teach a class effectively in a classroom that is very noisy and that has many distractions, you should consider getting a teaching credential which helps your ability to run a classroom well. Getting a teaching credential and being a substitute teacher for a high school classroom can give you the confidence you will need to teach students who do not want to learn but instead go to school because they have to by law.
  • Happy and Healthy T1D :)
    Published 4 months ago
    Type One Diabetes & School

    Type One Diabetes & School

    Dealing with Type One Diabetes and balancing a happy and balanced school life is difficult, as a student or a parent of a student. It takes patience, communication, and a whole lot of juice boxes.
  • Mikkie Mills
    Published 4 months ago
    How to Achieve the Egg Drop Challenge

    How to Achieve the Egg Drop Challenge

    The egg drop challenge is a science-type experiment that has been done in schools for decades now. The experiment can sometimes consist of students being broken off into teams to compete on who can create the best device to ensure their raw egg will survive the drop. The main objective is to take the egg in the contraption and drop it down a high altitude, such as off the roof of a building onto the pavement below. Sounds like an impossible task to be able to be done without the egg cracking or totally being smashed open, which is where the challenge comes into play. Over the years, various types of methods have been used in an attempt to fulfill the task and these have proven to be effective in their own way depending on the design and execution.
  • Jared Rimer
    Published 4 months ago
    How Is Braille Done

    How Is Braille Done

    It's been a long time since I’ve produced an article on this site. The last article I wrote was in July 2018, and since then, I’ve been busy with other projects and one in which I believe this readership would be interested in.
  • Ainsley Lawrence
    Published 4 months ago
    Cultivating Trauma Resilience in the Classroom

    Cultivating Trauma Resilience in the Classroom

    Our society, as a whole, is developing a greater awareness of trauma, and how it affects the human brain, especially when it comes to learning and behavior. Now more than ever, teachers at every level are more attuned to their students’ trauma, and what can be done to help their students become more resilient and successful in their educational careers and throughout their lives.
  • Aya Jundi
    Published 4 months ago
    The True Understanding of Literacy

    The True Understanding of Literacy

    Have you ever read a sentence or two, and didn't even understand what you were reading? It happens to the best of us. The English language is so complex, it has so much you can learn. Even if you're a native speaker, and you think you've mastered the language, chances are there is still something for you to learn.