Benjamin Weinberg15 hours ago
Talking About Gerunds
In order to facilitate your grammar studies, it’s important to not overlook certain topics that are integral to boosting your knowledge of English grammar. ‘Gerunds’ is one of those key topics to real...
Hannah Amiee18 hours ago
Studying From Home
I am an Open University student and have just successfully completed my first year of distance learning. Although I am satisfied with my grade, a lot of mistakes were made to get it. I don't claim to ...
Giada Perini19 hours ago
Life After Graduation
That is it. It is done. Over. Caput. You have graduated. After five years of sorrow, deadlines, super hectic timetables, loveless love life, meaningless jobs, sleepless nights, tasteless meals, moneyl...
I Am a Teacher and I Have NEVER Read a Book
It's true! I work as a teacher in secondary schools in the U.K., I have "studied" Philosophy and Sociology and I was a decent student in High School, too (Essay was a subject that I had a perfect grad...
Reasons Why Learning Languages Is Essential
There are many reasons why people should learn languages, but here are those I consider to be the most important:
Gregory Segal2 days ago
My Interview with Warwick University’s Venice Biennale Fellow!
Gregory Segal: What is the Venice Biennale? Victoria Pap: A Biennale can be defined as an exhibition that occurs every two years. The Venice Biennale is the oldest international exhibition in the worl...
Sam Smith5 days ago
5 Ways to Survive School with a Chronic Illness
Chronic illnesses can affect people at any age, from the young to the elderly. This can be problematic in high school and college when symptoms can get in the way of schoolwork. Here are tips to survi...
Sasha Konikovo19 days ago
10 Tools to Improve Your Writing and Editing Abilities
Writing is a skill that everyone needs, even if they are trying to get a career in something completely different. It's a skill that allows you to communicate with others, put your best foot forward, ...
Mark Smitha month ago
5 Tips for Soon-to-Be College Students
When I first started looking to go to college I thought all these little tip lists were a bunch of crap. People just trying to get you to read so they'd get paid. Looking back, I wish I had paid a lit...
Tresa Eliasa month ago
Study + Instagram = Studygram
Studygram, a clever portmanteau of "study" and "Instagram," in its simplest form is a study motivation page. Studygrammers share pictures of their notes and study spaces to inspire students around to ...
Selena Lundya month ago
5 Stages of a College Senior
Every year, over a million students graduate from colleges all over the globe. They stand proud in their cap and gowns, ready to take their diploma with a smile. To the audience, they’re entirely pois...
Alyssa Hutchins2 months ago
First Grade Technology?!
When I was in first grade I think the greatest technology I'd ever seen was a crayon melter and an old school projector (those were cool back then)! Now, I teach first grade and what I had handed to m...
Wes Shiflett8 days ago
Art School in a Nutshell
I recently finished my freshman year of college at the Savannah College of Art and Design and it was quite an experience. Being an art school, many people think of all kind of different things when th...
Naliana K8 days ago
Living with 3 Other Girls
At the end of 2016, I began one of the scariest and greatest journeys of my life: I started my freshman year of college. I had been accepted to Kennesaw State University in Georgia. In fact, I was acc...
Erin Foster12 days ago
Alternative Learning Opportunity: Online College
Online colleges are often regarded as an option solely for returning students. And in many ways, that is correct. A large percentage of my classmates, including myself, are adults who are looking to s...
Hannah Amiee18 hours ago
Studying From Home
I am an Open University student and have just successfully completed my first year of distance learning. Although I am satisfied with my grade, a lot of mistakes were made to get it. I don't claim to ...
Sam Smith5 days ago
5 Ways to Survive School with a Chronic Illness
Chronic illnesses can affect people at any age, from the young to the elderly. This can be problematic in high school and college when symptoms can get in the way of schoolwork. Here are tips to survi...
Best Study Tips for Verbal Learners
In the pursuit of education, many students struggle to find their stride simply because they don't have a firm grasp on their own learning style. Sadly, this often leads to a disdain for education tha...
Giada Perini19 hours ago
Life After Graduation
That is it. It is done. Over. Caput. You have graduated. After five years of sorrow, deadlines, super hectic timetables, loveless love life, meaningless jobs, sleepless nights, tasteless meals, moneyl...
An International Graduate: The Disappointing Dream
On the 11th of July, I was due to be graduating with an MSc in Business Management. I am Moroccan and I have had a Moroccan public education for most of my life up until high school, where I graduated...
How Do You Find Your Unique Niche?
Where Does Your Niche Lay? What is Your Niche? I have more to say about your niche in life, and I want to start with the definition of a niche. A niche can mean a couple of things that are entirely di...
Bethany Ashlyn2 days ago
The Safe Sex Talk They Should Have Given in School
I don’t know what you were taught in school or if you were taught anything at all, but even as a teenager I was extremely aware of how ridiculous sex education was. What is even more ridiculous is the...
Tim Bryce2 days ago
Taking Public Education for Granted
BRYCE ON EDUCATION Click for AUDIO VERSION​. I want to talk a little on education. Some things have been bothering me. Today, we hear a lot of young people demanding a right to free higher education, ...
Branden Taylor4 days ago
High School Embarrassment
I graduated high school a while ago (“a while” meaning between five years and three months ago) and it wasn’t so bad. I grew up a lot while there but I never seemed to completely know what I was doing...
I Am a Teacher and I Have NEVER Read a Book
It's true! I work as a teacher in secondary schools in the U.K., I have "studied" Philosophy and Sociology and I was a decent student in High School, too (Essay was a subject that I had a perfect grad...
Teacher Shortage
I used to think that the teacher shortage was just another issue that people ignored, but after overlooking what has been causing it, I don’t think that we should ignore it anymore. I didn’t realize how bad it was until it affected my own school and many others. Now it’s affecting kids and staff. I can tell everyone right now that the teacher shortage is very REAL, and we need to resolve it. I can guarantee that I am not the only one thinking about the teacher shortage and working conditions. Pe...
Rich Monetti16 days ago
Somers High School Alumni Gather to Remember Beloved Gym Teacher
Back in 2006, longtime Somers Track Coach and Phys Ed Teacher Charles Gilberti lost a extended fight with cancer. He died at the age of 67 in Las Vegas. At the Lovell Street Bar and Grill, Somers alum...
Simply Soly2 days ago
On Coming to America...
When first stepping foot in America, there were so many types of emotions running through my mind. I was very happy to be reunited with our father after four years of living apart, but at the same tim...
Natalie Froome3 days ago
The Marketisation of Higher Education in the UK - and Why It's Bad News for the Arts
After I finished my A-Levels back in 2015 and had spent a semester at University, I went back to my old secondary school for an award ceremony. The guest speaker talked about STEM subjects and how the...
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Sophie Jiwoo5 days ago
Co-Educational vs. Single-Sex Institutions
Co-educational institutions are grounds for going against status quo’s and improving self-esteem, developing social skills, and preparing students to be world leaders in the working world. Since the v...
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 Raney3 months 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...
Nancy D6 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 Levi6 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 Callaway6 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 ...
Benjamin Weinberg15 hours ago
Talking About Gerunds
In order to facilitate your grammar studies, it’s important to not overlook certain topics that are integral to boosting your knowledge of English grammar. ‘Gerunds’ is one of those key topics to real...
Ria Baez10 days ago
Life After High School
I can feel myself getting older. How do I feel about that? - This is something I wrote in my journal two days ago at 3 AM. You might or might not be able to tell that I was having a little crisis. Rig...
Chloe Millward11 days ago
'The Beaux Stratagem'
So to briefly explain the story there are arguments, gossip, stress, funny moments, and amusement. I'm going to go into detail about this because I have never seen anything about the life of a perform...
Sasha Konikovo19 days ago
10 Tools to Improve Your Writing and Editing Abilities
Writing is a skill that everyone needs, even if they are trying to get a career in something completely different. It's a skill that allows you to communicate with others, put your best foot forward, ...
Becky Oberga month ago
The Ten Best Free Foreign Language Apps
Simply open the app store on your smartphone and type “free (target language) app,” and you’re bound to get a lengthy list. Even obscure languages have their own apps; I’ve seen them for languages I’v...
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Lorraine Woiaka month ago
ProctorU
Whether you are a long distance student or are taking some online courses, there are multiple options for proctored exams. The rules on who can be your proctor are most likely listed on your school we...
MrPie 2 months ago
Top 5 Hardest Languages to Learn
5. Mandarin Like many Asian languages, Mandarin does not have an alphabet; however, it has wide variety of different characters, which there are over 50,000 in total. However, only 20,000 are in use. ...
Robyn Welborne3 months 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 Blanchard5 months ago
Celebrities Who Went to Catholic School
Celebrities are just like us. Yes, they really are—shocker, I know. And even if you think Justin Bieber is an angel summoned from heaven...he's still human like us. And many celebrities attended schoo...