It’s Summer and school is out, but that doesn’t mean students have to stop learning or engaging in activities that prevent their brains from turning into mush. Reading is a fantastic way to feed your child’s imagination and keep their minds active over the break.
With the end of the semester getting closer, Finals are around the corner. That means stressful times are approaching. In order to prevent the well-known Finals week stress, students can begin studying early to avoid the blood, sweat, and tears that accompany examination week.
The end of the academic year is right around the corner and this is about the time when procrastination feels so right. There are so many things to do in so little time to do them; so many reasons to do everything else but your most important assignments.
Knowing exactly how we are motivated is one of the most valuable things we can know about ourselves. We can keep ourselves motivated not only throughout our educational careers, but also throughout our entire lives as well.
When the deadline approaches, we cram, panic, “freak-out”, break down, and in some cases, miss the deadline completely. We’ve all gone through it. Fortunately, we can beat procrastination, and it’s actually pretty easy to do.
In 2016 the SAT will undergo another facelift, one more than the nip and tuck in 2008. If the SAT changes as much as College Board President Coleman promises, the 2016 test will be almost completely different from its predecessor. So what’s the change and why now? Here are a few reasons along with the changes College Board is making in response.
My goal is to help you get the most out of college and live through it with a little less stress and regret. Here is some advice of things you should do before you graduate that I have received from others who have experienced college before me, including counselors and teachers, and acquired from my own experiences.
The prompt for the assignment will contain key words or most often action words that will inform you what you need to do for that particular assignment. These key words could be action words such as summarize, analyze, persuade, or identify.
Got an iPad for the Holidays? Or maybe you’re trying to figure out if the iPad is right for your student? Or just thinking about getting Apple’s latest and greatest to help make your lesson plans? Using your iPad appropriately is important, and it all boils down to having the right apps. Here’s our Holiday App Guide for apps to help you make the decision and start getting work done.
Frustration. That’s what a lot of people feel when they study— especially when they study too much. It’s definitely relative; what’s too much studying for one person can be a light afternoon read for another. We’re all prone to burnouts, we’re only human. It happens when we’re tired of doing something and don’t want to do it anymore. It happens at work, at school, with relationships, and heck even when we hear the same song on the radio over and over again. And most definitely when we study.
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