10 Habits to Help You Succeed in College – FREE PDF Included

The title of the document is Reading Environment Assessment. It asks you to one: list three places you usually study in order of frequency. Then, two: Circle the response that applies to each of these places (T for True and F for False). Statements are Other people seldom interrupt me when I study here; Little of what I can see here reminds me of things unrelated to my studying; and I don't hear a TV or radio when I study here.

Getting a college degree is no easy feat. Fortunately, you and your fellow students have access to a plethora of tips and tricks to make the most out of your class time and study time. One such source is provided by Opportunity International, which lists out habits to help you succeed in higher education. Here's a taste … Continue reading 10 Habits to Help You Succeed in College – FREE PDF Included

20th Century vs. 21st Century: What are major differences in their classrooms?

We all know education has evolved over the years—and it even changes daily! Some of those differences can be hard to notice as you're running through your day-to-day routine in your own classroom. We found this PDF from 21st Century Schools and Canadian Accredited Independent Schools helpful in understanding the changes in approach, pedagogy, and structure … Continue reading 20th Century vs. 21st Century: What are major differences in their classrooms?