How to Develop Self Management Skills

Self management skills

As students grow older, the sense of responsibility grows. Gone are the worry-free days, where all you were concerned about was what food you’ll have for lunch at school the next day, or whether your parents would let you stay over your friends house over the weekend. It’s hard growing up and going off to college for higher education. Continue reading

What will Summer 2020 Look Like for Students?

Summer 2020

As the summer months approach and the weather is getting warmer and warmer, a looming question about student’s holidays hangs over our heads. No, it’s not the question of “what are you summer plans” but rather the question of “when will things go back to normal?” People are just starting to get used to distance learning and online education platforms and schools and other educational institutions have not made the move to open schools just yet. Continue reading

How to Destress During the Coronavirus Crisis

If you haven’t already found out, the world is changing rapidly to the development of the situation that is surrounding Covid-19, better known as the Coronavirus. With the quarantine upon us, and most of the world, we have had to learn how to adapt and function during these trying times. Continue reading

Tips for Studying at Home

Study at home

As early as January 2020, the world has shifted in many ways, dealing with the Covid-19 pandemic. Local and federal governments are taking measures to prevent the spread of the virus by imposing widespread quarantines and limiting the opportunities of face-to-face interactions. Continue reading

Is Homework Beneficial To Students: Pros and Cons

Is homework beneficial

There is the never-ending question of homework and whether it’s beneficial to students or not. Both camps have staunchly defended their point of view to the grave, claiming that homework is NOT beneficial or that homework is COMPLETELY necessary to a student’s learning. Well, here we are again at a crossroads trying to get to the bottom of this argument; does homework benefit the students, or is it more detrimental to their overall learning experience? We’re going to break it down so maybe you can settle this argument once and for all. But to get to the bottom of this, we should understand what the sides are — Continue reading

Maximize Your Winter Break Productivity

winter break productivity

It’s the most wonderful time of the year: Winter Holidays! Thanksgiving dinner was served, Black Friday has finished, and now we wait for Christmas and New Year to commence! But that doesn’t mean we can’t start a bit sooner! Students are ready to take their exams and head home for Christmas and take a break before the academic grind comes back. Sometimes there are projects you need to finish, sometimes there’s some reading you need to complete, and sometimes there is work to be done before the next term begins. How can you possibly fit all of this into your holiday? Aren’t holidays esupposed to be relaxing?  Continue reading

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