CD Turnera day ago
Actual College Advice, Sans the Clickbait
Most college memes baffle me with how lazy some people are... but then I take a huge bite of some humble pie, and remember that I dropped out of community college during my second year. And guess what...
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Isaiah Goodman2 days ago
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Perhaps when you were in college you had to quickly sign for a loan so that you could get into school. There wasn’t really time to read all the tiny fine print because you had to hurry to class, and a...
Steve Llano2 days ago
Questions About Online Teaching
A campus is an extremely important element of college pedagogy. We don't consider everything that it does for us when we are there. Our classroom pedagogy is reliant, dependent, and influenced deeply by the walk to our classrooms, the experience of the dorm and cafeteria, and the feeling of the hallways. Many of us think about our classrooms as little islands that we control and have the responsibility for crafting a pleasant, productive environment where learning can happen. But how much of tha...
Rowan Finley2 days ago
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The best way that I know how to describe the true heartbeat of homeschooling is to first compare and contrast the difference between an entrepreneur versus an employee of a company. According to the E...
Darrell Crook2 days ago
5 Ways to Make the Most of College Orientation
Starting your freshman year of college can be both an exciting and nerve-wracking experience. There's so much to do in preparation for the beginning of the semester, including what seems like endless ...
Michelle E. Wong3 months ago
I Wish More of My Teachers Had Said "I Don't Know"
I always loved science. My brain is wired analytically, and I always did well enough at anything quantitative. I also crave new knowledge, and I’ve always been too ambitious for my own good. When I ha...
10 Reasons Why Teachers Are Quitting Education
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Nalda Parker8 months ago
14 Free Online Courses for Senior Citizens
According to the Population Referral Bureau, there are over 40 million senior citizens living in the United States today. A senior citizen is anyone who is aged 65 or older. This term is simply a way ...
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Lorraine Woiak8 months ago
College Summer Courses
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Maurice Bernier8 months ago
A Year in the Life of a Teacher
I’ve had many of you who are reading this. You should be congratulating US. Who is "US"? We are the teachers who taught you to read. We are the very brave souls who furthered our education so that you...
Alyssa Wilson8 months ago
Things No One Tells You About Life After College
When you're a student in college, all you can think about is the finish line, graduation, but what happens when you cross it? People often give advice on how to survive your first year of college and ...
Selecting the Best Online College for Your Needs
Whether you are fresh out of high school or returning to the classroom for the first time in years, preparing for college is a challenging experience, which is something most would agree with. With a ...
Darrell Crook2 days ago
5 Ways to Make the Most of College Orientation
Starting your freshman year of college can be both an exciting and nerve-wracking experience. There's so much to do in preparation for the beginning of the semester, including what seems like endless ...
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When Things Go Wrong: 8 Signs You're Enrolled in the Wrong Major
You might have talked to different people and did a lot of research before deciding which degree to pursue, but no matter how attentive to details you might have been when picking out a major, once yo...
CD Turnera day ago
Actual College Advice, Sans the Clickbait
Most college memes baffle me with how lazy some people are... but then I take a huge bite of some humble pie, and remember that I dropped out of community college during my second year. And guess what...
Major Guidelines for Writing an English Academic Essay
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Keran Mourning5 days ago
Useful Essay Writing Tips
Teachers use essays to assess the skills of their students. However, writing essays is a dreaded task among many students. Most lack the necessary skills to deliver properly written essays, which adve...
Damien Justus18 days ago
Getting Your Master's Degree
Education is the single most important thing that can change your life. When it comes to choosing which degree to pursue, the choices can be really daunting. It depends on a lot of factors, and the wo...
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Facts About Online Tech Degrees
For many of us that want to pursue higher academic achievements, the thought of going back to school may be daunting. Combine with that our responsibilities, commitments and hurdles that we have to ta...
Success On and Off the Soccer Field
Those who have aspiring dreams, or even those who have achieved the dream of becoming a Major League Soccer player, know that the rigorous schedules of training and travel do not leave very much room ...
Rowan Finley2 days ago
The Heartbeat of Homeschooling
The best way that I know how to describe the true heartbeat of homeschooling is to first compare and contrast the difference between an entrepreneur versus an employee of a company. According to the E...
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Is It Time for the British National Curriculum to Change?
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Alexis Ionescua month ago
The 'High School Musical' Experience
For my final drama class in high school, a few of my friends and I decided to direct the school’s musical of the year. This would start the worst semester of my life, academically and emotionally. We ...
Steve Llano2 days ago
Questions About Online Teaching
A campus is an extremely important element of college pedagogy. We don't consider everything that it does for us when we are there. Our classroom pedagogy is reliant, dependent, and influenced deeply by the walk to our classrooms, the experience of the dorm and cafeteria, and the feeling of the hallways. Many of us think about our classrooms as little islands that we control and have the responsibility for crafting a pleasant, productive environment where learning can happen. But how much of tha...
Skyler Sneathen7 days ago
Why I Dropped Out of Becoming a History Teacher
The year was 2008, I was in college and the first black U.S. President was just elected. I had no real direction in college at the time, just taking general classes. The victory of President Obama was...
Indy Summers12 days ago
How Teachers Can Stay Motivated When Days Are Hard
If you are a teacher, it can be exhausting to keep teaching students. Teaching is a very noble profession, but many people do not realize the challenges that come with the profession. There can be day...
Isaiah Goodman2 days ago
Becoming Loan Savvy
Perhaps when you were in college you had to quickly sign for a loan so that you could get into school. There wasn’t really time to read all the tiny fine print because you had to hurry to class, and a...
Kayla Bloom10 days ago
The High Cost of Homework
As a future teacher, I want to understand the cognitive, physical, and social toll certain practices have on our students. Homework is a central part of school, at least that’s what we have been led t...
Why You Should Study a Subject You Love
There are so many options when it comes to choosing a degree program, and if you’re not certain about what you want to do as a career, then picking the right option for you can be a tricky process. Wh...
Miranda Jules2 months ago
The Truth About Culinary School
When I first decided to go to culinary school, it was 2010. I surprised myself in one of my manic phases and did something I may or may not have done in a less impulsive state of mind. I am a second g...
Faith Cook5 months ago
10 Things You Might Not Expect from Culinary School
There's a lot of things you learn in culinary school that have nothing to do with cooking. Here's my list of some things I didn't think about or expect to learn before starting school. I left having l...
Tiffany Harper8 months ago
Smart Manufacturing Apprenticeships Can Give Students College Alternatives: This Is How
Many high school students see college as the obvious step toward adulthood. There is some truth in this since a college diploma opens many doors in high-demand fields and greatly boosts your chances a...
Kayla Bloom7 days ago
Multicultural Children's Literacy Collection
It is rather difficult to find suitably diverse books to include in a classroom collection. Many common children’s books are written from a western, Anglo-American point of view. How do we include mor...
Sam Bridge17 days ago
The Controversy of 'Lord of the Flies'
On September 17, 1954, the British publishing company Faber and Faber Limited published Lord of the Flies, by English author William Golding. It did not sell well in its early years, but later went on...
Airika Lewis4 months ago
The Evolution of Hamlet’s State of Mind
A teenager’s state of mind is not always as stable as it can be while going through a disastrous event, or even puberty. Everyone reacts differently when placed in bad situations. William Shakespeare’...
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Take My2 days ago
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How to Prepare for an Engineering Major While Still in High School
Engineering majors are some of the hardest out there and require great dedication and skill. In fact, according to a study conducted by the UCLA, two-thirds of engineering students fail to get their i...
Mikkie Mills19 days ago
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Thornie Longmuir12 days ago
My Essaybulls Review: Pain in the Back or a Good Service?
I found Essay Bulls when I started looking for a new writing service, since the last one wasn’t good enough. Essay Bulls is a safe website where you can pay someone to write your essay sample. It’s no...
Paul Boksermana month ago
To Err Is Human; To Edit, Divine
I'm a naturally skeptical person. At first, I got enough use from Grammarly to add it to my "Quick Access" folder and I only upgraded to premium because I could write it off as a business expense. I s...
Nancy D3 months ago
5 Study Apps That Every College Student Should Know About
Are you still using real cue cards? Then you really need to check out this list! There is a whole world of apps and technologies to help you learn better and faster! This list is just the beginning, s...
Online Learning Strategies for Academic Success
People sign up for online courses because they’re looking to rise the career ladder or planning a change of a career. But online learning can be a lonely journey requiring a lot of dedication and pati...
Nancy D16 days ago
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Stress is something that we all know too well. Especially as a student! Would you believe me if I told you that students are reporting stress-related illnesses way more than they were 30 years ago? It...
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5 Ways to Continue Learning After Graduation
It Isn't the End, Continue Learning Today with These 5 Tips