If a Fish Climbs a Tree No ratings yet.

A question for you, reader: who would you be more likely to consider a genius — Stephen Hawking or William Shakespeare?

In 1983, developmental psychologist and professor Howard Gardner devised a theory of multiple intelligences that differentiated intelligence into categories … Read the rest

More Than Memory: What Should Schools Be Testing? No ratings yet.

Criticism has been levelled at the standard testing system for overemphasizing memorization and encouraging a regurgitation-geared approach to test-taking while neglecting valuable skills such as close reading, analysis, or problem solving. This being said, in what ways should tests be … Read the rest

How To Learn Fast And Smart No ratings yet.

If you are a high school student, you are probably counting down on the days until summer vacation. But before the calm comes the storm. Exam season is approaching and some of you might have already started preparing for it. … Read the rest

Brain Overload: What it is and how students can avoid it No ratings yet.

What is Brain Overload?

Have you ever been studying for hours and realize midway through reading a chapter that you keep losing focus and can’t remember anything you’ve read in the past hour? Do you find you keep reading the … Read the rest

How To Conduct Research No ratings yet.

Learning to research is an essential skill that is relevant to a wide range of assignments from papers to presentations but in spite of its significance, the process is still one that baffles even those well past their high school … Read the rest

Goal Digger: What Do Academic Goals Look Like? No ratings yet.

What does it mean to be a good student? The image of the good student as it exists in the common imagination is punctual, well-organized, attentive, and undoubtedly has an outstanding report card to boot. You may even envision them … Read the rest

What Are You Doing It For? No ratings yet.

Almost every student is compelled to do well, either by their own standards, the inherently negative connotations associated with failure, or the school system itself, which makes a certain degree of success necessary in order for students to proceed to … Read the rest

The Benefits of Online Tutoring No ratings yet.

Clearly, online tutoring has opened up a whole new world for students. Students can now connect with tutoring while grabbing a late-night snack and students can connect with tutors in less than a minute. Read on to discover the many … Read the rest

It’s a Mental Breakdown: Understanding Burnout No ratings yet.

 

For the majority of children and young adults, school is easily one of the main causes of stress; so much so that the pressure and anxiety attached to school is perceived as an almost normal phenomenon. The stress … Read the rest

All In This Together? Managing Teamwork and Group Projects 5/5 (1)

 

“When I die, I want my group project members to lower me into my grave so they can let me down one last time.”

The joke above, while morbidly humorous, is reflective of the view many students have of … Read the rest

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