It’s a new school year, and with this fresh start comes opportunities to try new things.
I challenge students to make a strong, positive first impression with their new teachers!
You’ve left your exam preparation to the last minute. (Why else would you be reading this post?)
Take a deep breath, and let’s do this.
Exams and tests make up a large part of the final grade in every course.
To cope with this reality, students must learn efficient and effective exam study skills.
Creating study notes is a must for exam preparation.
The end of the school year is around the corner. Make sure you’re ready for it!
If you’re in high school, now is the time to get organized for exams and summative project due dates.
Make sure you’re on track with your courses.
Connecting with teachers and staying on the pulse of your child’s every move at school is easier these days, thanks to the use of email, school websites, and teacher webpages. Parents can keep up on the details of their children’s academic lives, and kids can download assignments or login to apps such as Google Docs to access projects, all thanks to these modern conveniences.
Is there slower development of important life skills in kids, thanks to the internet? Specifically, I wonder about organizational and time management skills.