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How to Create a Successful Study Guide

Check out these tips to create a study guide that will give you a deeper, more meaningful understanding of the material on your next exam. Creating a study guide is one of the best ways to prepare for an exam and improve your test results. In fact, a study by Stanford researchers […]

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The 5 Best Interactive Infographics For 2015

Source: Valentina D’Efilippo Each January, the folks from Lake Superior State University (LSSU) release their (vaguely snarky) list of Words Banished from the Queen’s English for Mis-Use, Over-Use, and General Uselessness. This year, the term “curated” was put on the chopping block for being, as one commenter noted, a “pretentious way of saying ‘selected.’”Even […]

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sustainable futures in the organisation

One of the most exciting developments at OP is strategic sustainable development. This extends to environmental, energy and education. There are several strands of sustainable development at the institution: staff development – workshops, awareness operations = wellness, energy saving, transport – hybrid, biofuel, electric, bicycles for staff and students – […]

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What Can You Do With A Paralegal Degree In Atlanta?

Paralegals complete a lot of work behind the scenes to help lawyers on a variety of legal matters, such as researching and preparing important legal documents Ranked as the #7 Best Social Services Job of 2018 by U.S. News & World Report, paralegals, or legal assistants, play an integral role in supporting […]

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4 Steps to Becoming a Physical Therapist Assistant

If you have a passion for helping those in need and an interest in healthcare, a career as a Physical Therapist Assistant (PTA) could be the right fit for you Physical therapist assistants (PTAs) help patients of all ages – from newborns to the elderly – improve strength and mobility through […]

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5 College Tips from Medical Assisting Grads

We asked recent medical assisting graduates for their advice on navigating the college journey. Here’s what they had to say. If you want to make a difference and help others, a career in healthcare could be the right path for you. Going back to school is never an easy decision, however, even […]

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How to Start a Study Group

If you’re looking to get ahead in your schoolwork or want to know your classmates better, follow these tips to starting a successful study group. Studying in a group has many advantages. Engaging in thoughtful discussions with your classmates can help enhance your understanding of course material and introduce you to new study […]

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5 Ways to Improve Your Test Performance

If you want to improve your performance on your next exam, you need to be proactive about developing a healthy study routine. Preparing for multiple exams can be overwhelming, and might cause students to wait until the last few days to study or even pull an all-nighter right before an […]

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What I Plan to Do with My Technology Management Degree

Herzing student shares why chose a degree in technology management and what other students should know about getting started in the field. An information technology degree can open the door to a wide range of professional opportunities – software development, cybersecurity and more. For those who are interested in both technology and business, a career in technology […]

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7 Tips to Cope with Test Anxiety

It is normal for students to experience some stress before an exam. Test anxiety is preventable, and these tips can help get your stress levels under control. It is normal for students to experience some stress before an exam, and it’s not always a bad thing. Stress can be a […]

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Why am I interested in sustainable living?

Firsty I will introduce myself. I have qualifications as a scientist (MSc Zoology) and an educator Dip Teaching (tertiary) and am finishing a Doctorate in Education in Information and Communications Technology.I have studied the ecology both of both land-based ecosystems and fresh water systems. I also have a 30 year […]

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How to Earn Your BSN Degree: 5 Steps to Get Started

A BSN is increasingly becoming the educational standard for registered nurses. If you’re ready to pursue your BSN, here are five steps to get you started. Pursuing a career as a registered nurse (RN) means you’ll not only have the opportunity to care for others, but you’ll be a part of one […]

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Creating the Perfect Morning Routine

Even if you don’t consider yourself a “morning person,” it’s important to start your day on the right foot. Here are eight simple steps. Even if you don’t consider yourself a “morning person,” it’s important to start your day on the right foot. Having a structured morning routine can make […]

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Creating Infographics With Young Learners

Source: ASIDE, 2015 In our previous post, we wrote about the infographics that second grade students created for their social studies unit. We’ve created infographics this year with a number of our elementary grades, and through trial and error, we’ve perfected the process to help them gather their data facts for the topics […]

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Sustainability workshop

Model based on The Natural Step idea. Curriculum DNA model – disciplines, needs, actions.what is the concept of sustainable education – sustainable education – thesis by ?looks at core values, transformative education. There is a specific language. Discussion about how material will be presented e.g. via Internet or Intranet, and what should […]

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How to Use a Planner Effectively

Some planners have additional features in the front or back sections, such as “dates to remember,” goal trackers and password logs. Use these sections! Keeping a to-do list can help you feel organized, but without proper planning, it’s easy for that list to get out of control. Using a personal planner […]

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