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Joel Crow14 hours ago
Grammar In Isolation
The prevailing theory in the modern university classroom, as developed by education bigwigs and based upon their unequivocal research, is that teachers must never give their classes lessons on grammar...
Aislinn Darvell14 hours ago
The Use of Still-Capture Within a Physical Education Lesson
The wider recognition of pupils’ diverse learning needs has led to variations in pedagogical approaches. In modern society, technological determinism emphasises the potential inevitable integration of...
Tracey Evans17 hours ago
The Life of a PhD Student
Whilst studying for my Bachelor’s and Master’s degree, I had a vision that I would do a PhD. This dream saw me swanning around in a white lab coat, performing faultless experiments and producing groun...
Hannah Davenport18 hours ago
Higher Education and the Existential Crisis
It's 10:08 AM on a Tuesday morning. I don't yet know if not bringing a jacket was a mistake or not because they're aren't windows in the lecture theatre. I think about how much worse my day will be if...
Kyle Stumpo21 hours ago
2017 OPSEU Strike
I'm a student at Algonquin College's Woodroffe campus in Ottawa, Ontario, and I, along with 200,000 other full-time students, have been unable to attend class for a week. Starting at 12:01 AM on Monda...
Tanisha Dagger2 days ago
What It's like to Be Bullied
After spending 14 years of my 20-year life in school I can simply say that these school years were, and most probably are, going to be the worst years of my life. Compared to most people who have expe...
Jordyn Goolsby7 days ago
The Key to Language Learning
A lot of people want to learn a new language but quickly give up once they discover how challenging language-learning can be. I never really understood that. I’ve always been the type of person that w...
Top Private Universities in the USA
Attending college is one of the most important investments that you can make yourself, and a lot of the return on investment you may experience will depend on where you go. Most college experts also a...
Sam Fogleman14 days ago
Game On!
A few years ago, I made a transition from teaching high school English to middle school. My first year was tough. I didn’t have my own classroom, so I moved from period to period with the students, al...
Ryan Epps14 days ago
Most Popular College Majors for Millennials
The most exciting things about higher education involve new friendships and freedom from your parents, but it's your future education that takes up the bulk of your college experience, so what you wil...
Dalan Hartmann14 days ago
As Big As It Goes: Origami Art
I slapped the giant piece of canvas onto the table, making half the class jump in surprise. It was early Wednesday morning, just a few weeks before summer vacation. Heat radiated off the blacktop of t...
N M14 days ago
How to Budget (For Students)
If you're like me, a student who has a loan to get through the long months of dwindling torture, you would probably benefit from this article. Now to start off I do not need to pay rent as I am fortun...
Hannah Davenport18 hours ago
Higher Education and the Existential Crisis
It's 10:08 AM on a Tuesday morning. I don't yet know if not bringing a jacket was a mistake or not because they're aren't windows in the lecture theatre. I think about how much worse my day will be if...
Kyle Stumpo21 hours ago
2017 OPSEU Strike
I'm a student at Algonquin College's Woodroffe campus in Ottawa, Ontario, and I, along with 200,000 other full-time students, have been unable to attend class for a week. Starting at 12:01 AM on Monda...
Living At Home
Most people dream of the last week of August in their first year out of high school. The goal is to move out of your parent's place and move into your own place (most times residence) to attend post-s...
Jordyn Goolsby7 days ago
The Key to Language Learning
A lot of people want to learn a new language but quickly give up once they discover how challenging language-learning can be. I never really understood that. I’ve always been the type of person that w...
ASHLEY SMITH11 days ago
Helping Your Special Needs Child
If your child has special needs then there are many ways to help them learn, on top of what their school will do. This applies whether it’s a mainstream school, a special school, or a combination of t...
How To Be Good at School
I watch her face glow with defiance as her jaw tightens to restrain her voice. Not hours later, I hear her screaming down the hallway, octaves above her usual pitch, with frustration. Our AP Literatur...
Ian Hazelton11 days ago
That Time I Went to Law School
I was always that person who insisted that you should pick a career you love; who cares how much or how little money it makes? I constantly told my parents and everyone who would listen that I wanted ...
Denise Willis14 days ago
Online Learning, or Brick and Mortar?
I have attended both online colleges and brick and mortar schools, and in retrospect, I believe online learning is more for the student who works well independently, and not for someone who needs info...
Robyn Justine14 days ago
Higher Education: Who Really Benefits?
I was speaking with my brother not so long ago and he told me he wanted to go to university. I asked him what he wanted to study and he said he didn’t know, to which I responded, then why are you goin...
Tanisha Dagger2 days ago
What It's like to Be Bullied
After spending 14 years of my 20-year life in school I can simply say that these school years were, and most probably are, going to be the worst years of my life. Compared to most people who have expe...
Diane Nivens2 days ago
School Taught Us to Research...
I'm sure you've seen this meme floating around in various forms all over social media. Many people are quick to agree, but chances are they are dead wrong. People love to bash on public schools, as a ...
Early Graduation Was Almost Not Worth It
There was no way I was going to make it through another year at this school. There was no way in hell that I could handle being herded into class rooms along with the other sheep. Sitting in hard plas...
Joel Crow14 hours ago
Grammar In Isolation
The prevailing theory in the modern university classroom, as developed by education bigwigs and based upon their unequivocal research, is that teachers must never give their classes lessons on grammar...
Matthew Eyler8 days ago
3 Lies About Teaching Special Education
I had always wanted to be a teacher. I thought my natural knack for children, combined with my own intellect, would be enough to hammer facts, skills, and information into young minds. I knew it would...
Joyful Rigor
A little piece of my soul dies whenever I hear the word rigor. Okay, maybe that’s a bit dramatic. But when the word gets tossed around and interpreted in so many different ways, it’s hard not to feel ...
Tracey Evans17 hours ago
The Life of a PhD Student
Whilst studying for my Bachelor’s and Master’s degree, I had a vision that I would do a PhD. This dream saw me swanning around in a white lab coat, performing faultless experiments and producing groun...
Mike Messier5 days ago
Read a Book... And Write in It
As a schoolchild, my classmates and I were instructed NOT to write in our books. This, we were routinely told, was because at the end of the school year, we would have to turn in our books to our teac...
Dreams In a Restroom
There are youth who are naturally timid and introverted, and there are youth who are outgoing and extroverted, but either type can be destroyed by blatant bullying. Now, if the blatant and vicious bul...