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18 Nov Posted by in Career Development, Career Planning, Colleges and Universities, Education, Managing Your Education, Uncategorized | Comments Off on Learning a Second Language

Learning a Second Language

Learning a Second Language

Introduction Learning a second language has had an immense impact on my life as a student, an employee and on the day to day interactions I have. It’s an experience and a skill that can be beneficial to any life. It’s not easy to learn a language, but it’s a culturally enriching and rewarding experience.…

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27 Oct Posted by in Education, Fun Activities, Uncategorized | Comments Off on Science myths on the big screen

Science myths on the big screen

Science myths on the big screen

Education is important. Not just to get a good job, but also to understand the world around you.  Knowledge and understanding help us put things into perspective.  It helps us make sense of our surroundings and stops us from being tricked by false information.  People always say “don’t believe everything you see on TV”, and…

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12 Oct Posted by in Education, Managing Your Education, Parenting, Uncategorized | Comments Off on 10 Tips to Avoid Homesickness for Students Just Entering University

10 Tips to Avoid Homesickness for Students Just Entering University

10 Tips to Avoid Homesickness for Students Just Entering University

Transitioning from high school into university can be daunting at first. A student has to deal with making new friends, learning to survive without their parents, the stress of an education system that demands more from them, the anxiety of the future and much more. So it isn’t too hard to believe that many students…

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31 Aug Posted by in Education | Comments Off on 1st Annual SchoolTutoring Scholarship Essay Winner – Alyssa Forbes

1st Annual SchoolTutoring Scholarship Essay Winner – Alyssa Forbes

1st Annual SchoolTutoring Scholarship Essay Winner – Alyssa Forbes

Alyss Forbes was the recipient of the SchoolTutoring $500 College Student Scholarship. We wish her every success as she pursues her education at Savannah College of Art and Design to become character designer for video games. Tell us about yourself. I grew up in a small town in southern Georgia, and I have a very big…

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01 Oct Posted by in Education, Managing Your Education, Parenting, Resources, Study Strategies, Study Tips and Strategies, Uncategorized | Comments Off on Making This School Year Your Best Year Yet

Making This School Year Your Best Year Yet

Making This School Year Your Best Year Yet

It is that time of year again: students all across the continent are going back to school! Some students look forward to returning to the school routine, while other students dread it; in either case, it is always best to be as prepared as you can be, both mentally and physically. Here are some things…

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30 Jun Posted by in Education, Learning Methodologies and Styles, Managing Your Education, Parenting, Resources, Study Tips and Strategies, Uncategorized | Comments Off on Research: Uses and Techniques for Students

Research: Uses and Techniques for Students

Research: Uses and Techniques for Students

Why Research? It is difficult to write or present a convincing argument if adequate research to support your statement(s) has not been first completed. Using a variety of sources shows that the information being presented is accurate and therefore, is more trustworthy. Proper research can be a lot more complicated than it seems, though; there…

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4 Simple Steps to Increase Your Problem Solving Mastery

4 Simple Steps to Increase Your Problem Solving Mastery

Every single subject taught in school is evaluated in one way: by having students solve problems. These problems take many different forms. In English, you may be asked to write about literary features of a book, poem, or play. In history, you may be asked to analyze a particular historical event, and its effects on…

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17 Jun Posted by in Career Planning, Colleges and Universities, Education, Managing Your Education, Parenting, Test Preparation, Uncategorized | Comments Off on Is IB the Right Choice for your Child?

Is IB the Right Choice for your Child?

Is IB the Right Choice for your Child?

High school education is topic of concern for many parents. Choosing a program that is the right fit for your child can mean the difference between getting into university or college and struggling to finish high school. This is important because in this day and age a high school education is no longer considered an…

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Computers in the Classroom

Computers in the Classroom

Computers have not been around very long, but in the time that they have been, they have improved greatly. Computers today are much smaller, faster, and more powerful than those of just a few years ago. The number of people who own a computer has also skyrocketed. Many people even own multiple computers, including desktops,…

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Make Learning Fun for Younger Students

Make Learning Fun for Younger Students

As anyone who was has worked with younger students before knows it can be quite difficult to keep them interested in learning, especially if they’re having difficulty in class already. Trying to force them to stay engage will usually end up with both parties feeling frustrated and will thus, hinder progress. Below are some tips to make…

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