What You Don't Learn in the Ed Program
Each year, many eager future teachers enter their college years ready to become the next group to teach our next generation. I was one. I walked into school and had all these ideas about what becoming...
Shannon Lynch8 hours ago
10 Things No One Told Me About Art School
I pretty much applied to Art School on a whim. It was my freshman year in college, and I was miserable at the uppity private school I was attending. I knew I needed to transfer out. Already under crip...
Kelsey Langea day ago
Improve Your SAT Score with Magoosh's Online Prep Course
Studying for the SATs is never fun, and always overwhelming. Even if you've gone to the most expensive private high schools in America, those three letters can make you stress out. But today, there ar...
Tiffany Darwell2 days ago
What They Didn't Tell You When You Finished College
So. You've just left 15 years of education. You spent around 7 hours a day learning different subjects and the only care in the world you had is what you were doing when you walked out of those gates ...
Jenna Kopka2 days ago
Living for Those 'Aha' Moments
Why did you become a teacher? That's the question I get asked the most. My first reaction is the defend myself and answer like, "Well why aren't you one?!" But then reality sinks in and I realize that...
Alex Lee3 days ago
Message to the School Systems
May 17, 2018 One Student Some High School An uncared about district To Whom It May Concern: Some High school of An Uncared for District by a low blow with the news of the upcoming layoff effective nex...
Susan Bonhotal4 days ago
The Art of Caring
I am a teacher. I inspire and in turn am inspired by my students. I am 61-years-old and teach nursing at a state university. Why did I become a nurse (many years ago, you can do the math)? I wanted to...
Maurice Bernier8 days ago
The Value of Education
I like to brag. Now, before you get the wrong idea, let me clarify my statement. When people brag, they like to laud their achievements and/or abilities over others. That is not what I do. I do brag t...
Paula Macena17 days ago
Six Things I've Learned in High School
When I was younger—in elementary school, middle school, even junior high—high school seemed like a faraway fantasy land. Everything in the media screamed at me, “High school will be the best years of ...
Beth Rose25 days ago
Uni vs. Apprenticeships
The choice between university or an apprenticeship is a tough one faced by most teenagers in the UK. When completing your A-Levels, choosing what to do after is a tough decision for many. At the mere ...
Rachel Hookwaya month ago
8 Things I Wish I Knew About Musical Theatre Training
Musical theatre from an outsider's view looks like a bit of fun, and in many ways it is. However, once you decide to embark on making this a career, things get a lot more serious. Now I'm in no way tr...
Pinar Melis2 months ago
Exam Stress and ADHD
As the month of May slowly brings doom upon us, us guys with ADHD probably started to think of ways to procrastinate revision for your exams a good few months back...but then procrastinated finding wa...
Tiffany Darwell2 days ago
What They Didn't Tell You When You Finished College
So. You've just left 15 years of education. You spent around 7 hours a day learning different subjects and the only care in the world you had is what you were doing when you walked out of those gates ...
Katie Rees8 days ago
Uni: The Big Transition
Yes, it's brilliant. For anyone who is starting university, considering university, or just randomly pondering the concept of it, it is brilliant. I remember leaping out of my bed and crying in disbel...
Fairytale University
University is always been a pressure on young adults, whether that has been to go to University or even get the highest degree to receive respect. I went to Uni not because my parents wanted me to, or...
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Kelsey Lange22 days ago
The Ultimate Guide to Taking Notes in College & Everything You Need
My freshman year of college, I quickly learned that attending a university is much different than high school. The fast pace of classes and the necessary study time quickly overwhelmed me. But instead...
Skyler Jack24 days ago
Prepping for College 101
When I was first leaving the nest and going off to live on my own, I was both nervous and excited. You get to branch out, take some responsibility for yourself, and learn plenty of new things. I moved...
Shannon Lynch8 hours ago
10 Things No One Told Me About Art School
I pretty much applied to Art School on a whim. It was my freshman year in college, and I was miserable at the uppity private school I was attending. I knew I needed to transfer out. Already under crip...
Johnson Bernarda month ago
Top Online Associate's Degree Programs
There's a variety of reasons why you might be skeptical of studying online, but of late it's become a growing phenomena that's almost easier than going to a state or university schools, which tend to ...
Sophie Ca month ago
Is Having a Degree Really Worth It?
I have a degree. A first class honours degree in Management. I'm proud of what I’ve achieved, but I am starting to question whether going to university was a good decision or just a very expensive deb...
Alex Lee3 days ago
Message to the School Systems
May 17, 2018 One Student Some High School An uncared about district To Whom It May Concern: Some High school of An Uncared for District by a low blow with the news of the upcoming layoff effective nex...
Em Graysen6 days ago
Faith and Folly
If you would have told my fourteen-year-old self that I would someday walk away from my Christian faith, I would have thought you were crazy. At that age I was such a strong believer that no amount of...
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Anne Marshall9 days ago
Surviving High School
MY EXPERIENCE When most adults look back on high school the majority of them say that it was either the best or worst time in their life. Some think that high school is straight forward and easy, but ...
What You Don't Learn in the Ed Program
Each year, many eager future teachers enter their college years ready to become the next group to teach our next generation. I was one. I walked into school and had all these ideas about what becoming...
Jenna Kopka2 days ago
Living for Those 'Aha' Moments
Why did you become a teacher? That's the question I get asked the most. My first reaction is the defend myself and answer like, "Well why aren't you one?!" But then reality sinks in and I realize that...
Susan Bonhotal4 days ago
The Art of Caring
I am a teacher. I inspire and in turn am inspired by my students. I am 61-years-old and teach nursing at a state university. Why did I become a nurse (many years ago, you can do the math)? I wanted to...
Autumn Hill4 days ago
Popularity: What's the Big Deal?
Popularity. The big deal about middle school. Everyone wants to be popular at one point. It gives you power. Other classmates look up to you. People even feel intimidated by your presence. This is my ...
Ashley Smith5 days ago
Why You Should Listen to Gaming Soundtracks While Studying
The end of the semester is quickly approaching, and along with room check-outs, advanced class selection, and warm weather, comes the dreaded finals week. As students start racking up hours in the lib...
Robbie Bowman7 days ago
The Gift of Imagination
As a young kid, we were all told it’s okay to use our imaginations. When I was in the 4th grade, I remember creating a treasure map. The group I hung out with weren’t the athletes. We loved to have fu...
Should You Lose Your Accent?
I grew up in Rock Ferry Wirral and in the 70s my family witnessed a murder. Not long after that, I was diagnosed with speech problems, hyperactivity, and lack of coordination. I was from a working-cla...
Mira Raneya month ago
The Realities of Culinary School
I am about a year out from culinary school now, and I find myself missing it often. It was one of the best and hardest experiences of my life. If you’re here, you’re probably considering culinary scho...
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Paytan Addley3 months ago
The Unconventional College Life
Well it all starts senior year of high school, where it does for everyone: the bone chilling, stomach wrenching waiting, waiting for the letter that seals your fate one way or the other. After 4 years...
Nancy D4 months ago
Young Adult Novel Takes Place in Lakefield
Warning! The following book review is extremely Canadian! Brian Gallagher, Irish author, publishes his latest young adult book called Arrivals. The best part is that the story takes place in a local C...
Dr. Ethan Levi4 months ago
Best Required Reading Books of All Time
There are countless books that could easily have made this list (i.e. 1984 by George Orwell, A Portrait of the Artist as a Young Man by James Joyce, The Iliad and The Odyssey by Homer, etc.), but we j...
Gina Callaway4 months ago
Book Review: 'Children of Exile'
I've read and enjoyed other books written by M. Haddix; it wasn't too hard to be cohered into picking this one up. Not surprisingly, the writing lured me in, just from the first few pages turned. Set ...
Kelsey Langea day ago
Improve Your SAT Score with Magoosh's Online Prep Course
Studying for the SATs is never fun, and always overwhelming. Even if you've gone to the most expensive private high schools in America, those three letters can make you stress out. But today, there ar...
We Can Learn so Much About Life Through Drama
We are often told that our environment shapes who we are. When we reach our teenage years we bring with us so many ideas about life. I often hear stories of young people with dreams and ambitions for ...
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Syd West6 days ago
Spread the Health
Health classes are some of the most important classes people can go through in their school careers. They teach students the basics of being safe and healthy — lessons which they keep with them their ...
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Lorraine Woiak2 months ago
ALEKS: The Worst Online Learning Program
I was first introduced to ALEKS my freshman year of college. Like most first years, I had to take College Algebra as a general education credit and a prerequisite for many other courses. This year, my...
Jennifer Violet3 months ago
10 Best Apps to Use With Google Classroom
Google Classroom is essentially the future of teaching. It’s a free web service developed by Google for schools that’s dedicated to simplify creating, distributing, and even grading assignments throug...
Riley Reese3 months ago
Best Apps For College Students
College is definitely one of the most unusual times of your life. It's a time when you find out who you are, you learn the lessons that will carry you into the professional world, and you also end up ...
Robyn Welbornea month ago
Speaking American’ese 101
Now, I know this may feel like your high school English class all over again, but let us be real with ourselves for a moment. We all can admit that we do not know how to use these following word/phras...
Rachel Blanchard3 months ago
Celebrities Who Went to Catholic School
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Eric Beaty5 months ago
The Importance of Writing Groups
When I started getting serious about my writing a few years ago, one thing I knew I would need is the help of others. People who were like-minded in regards to writing and publishing and who were expe...