How to make the most out of attending class 5/5 (1)

 

Attending class is necessary to achieve academic success. Even on days that you can’t give 100% of your attention, it is still much easier to study something that you have already heard and seen before than material that is … Read the rest

Questions and Answers and Where to Find Them No ratings yet.

Asking for help can present a conflict to some, whether it be due to stubbornness, pride, or a fear of bothering or burdening somebody else. Unfortunately, bottling or ignoring your problems will only result in them mounting until they return … Read the rest

Why Spelling and Grammar Should Matter No ratings yet.

 

You may have heard it before: a teacher flaps their hand nonchalantly in the direction of the class. “Don’t worry. Spelling doesn’t matter,” they say. They smile as a few sighs of relief are exhaled in the background. Maybe … Read the rest

New Year, New You: Realistic Academic Resolutions 5/5 (1)

In addition to being a time dedicated to family, friends, fun, and the festive spirit, the winter holidays are also recognized as a time for reflection. At the end of each year, many people, students included, tend to make resolutions … Read the rest

Square Pegs in Circular Holes: When Students Don’t Fit the System 5/5 (4)

The majority of education systems cater to an archetypal student: eager, outspoken, and rule-abiding, with strengths that lie in memorization and rote learning (memorization through repetition). While this does not mean that other kinds of students will be unable to … Read the rest

How To Study: 5 Awesome Tips for Parents of K-12 Students 5/5 (6)

For success in high school and post-secondary education, it is imperative to adopt effective learning techniques. Most Canadian students lack proper study habits because these skills are not taught in schools. So even students who are motivated often struggle in … Read the rest

Your Teen Probably Isn’t Prepared For University 5/5 (8)

Too many students move through elementary and most of high school without putting in much effort, because thanks to No-Fail, No-Zero school policies, no one is held back even when they’re not ready to move to the next grade.

When … Read the rest

Building a Better Student: Teach These Seven Survival Skills For A Brighter Future 5/5 (3)

The labor market today is unpredictable, jobs in fields once thought safe are now at risk of obsolescence thanks to advances in technology and automation.

The da Vinci Surgical System, a surgical robot, is cleared by the FDA to perform … Read the rest

How to encourage creativity in students’ learning 5/5 (2)

The word “creativity”, when referring to our education system, is almost exclusively applied to artistic subjects such as music and visuals art. However, creativity in schools should not be restricted to the teaching of these subjects, as being creative is … Read the rest

How To Set Goals That Lead To Results 5/5 (4)

Goal setting is an important skill for students to master. Having goals helps students focus and holds them accountable for their actions. If students are struggling with procrastination, goal setting is also a useful tool to give them a boost … Read the rest

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