Self-worth and the unmotivated student: Is your kid unmotivated, or are they worried about worthiness? If your child is unmotivated in school, you have probably tried many tactics to get them going on their studies. Since motivation must come from within, and its sources are often difficult to identify, you may find your frustration and … Continue reading Self Worth and the Unmotivated StudentRead more
Why Do We Procrastinate? Procrastination is something all humans have to deal with regardless of where you’re from, age or what you do for a living. Even the ancient Greeks had to deal with procrastination. Greek poet Hesiod wrote a poem in 700 BC cautioning his brother of the pitfalls of procrastination “Do not put … Continue reading 3 Ways Parents Can Help Kids Combat ProcrastinationRead more
Distributed Practice Works Better Than Mass Practice Distributed and Mass practice are two common studying techniques that you likely use without knowing it. If you’re not careful, procrastination and bad habits can unwillingly force you into long mass practice sessions. While mass practice has its benefits, distributed practice encourages an in-depth understanding that leads to … Continue reading 3 Reasons Distributed Practice Works Better Than Mass PracticeRead more
Contributed by Cindi Keenan. With first semester high school exams comfortably behind us we look forward to the new semester with a sense of renewal and energy. Students are all caught up on their homework, the first set of assignments and tests are somewhere in near the future, and notebooks are still neatly organized. Let’s … Continue reading Start studying for final exams now!Read more
For many students, first semester final exams begin this week. A great deal of time and effort will have been dedicated to studying for these exams, so it is important to make sure they are rewarded for those efforts. Learning how to write an exam in and of its self is a skill to be … Continue reading Exam Writing Tips for StudentsRead more
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