Studying Tips from Our Student Ambassadors

Photo by Tirachard Kumtanom on Pexels.com Need advice on how to study well? Here are some tips from our Student Ambassadors based on what they've found helpful: 1. Start early. Time management is one of the biggest obstacles college students face. Many students are juggling classwork, extracurricular activities, and part-time jobs, leaving little time to … Continue reading Studying Tips from Our Student Ambassadors

Check out the English Composition with Integrated Review Guided Notebook

The new English Composition with Integrated Review Guided Notebook is a pencil-and-paper resource that emphasizes key concepts and their immediate applications in a corequisite or accelerated learning composition course. Download a free sample! Along with pre-built grammar diagnostic tests to identify skill gaps, this notebook builds note-taking and annotating skills while guiding students step-by-step through instructional … Continue reading Check out the English Composition with Integrated Review Guided Notebook

3 resources to help your statistics students

Do your statistics students ever get lost in the theory of the material or have trouble grasping concepts covered in class? Hawkes Learning's free online resource, stat.hawkeslearning.com, features 3 main tools designed to bring clarity to these students: 1. Chapter Projects New projects from┬áDiscovering Statistics and Data┬ácan be assigned as homework or in-class group projects to … Continue reading 3 resources to help your statistics students

New Introduction to Psychology Guided Notebook

The Introduction to Psychology Guided Notebook is a supplemental print resource to Introduction to Psychology that walks students through lesson content. This Guided Notebook presents content in an easy-to-follow format that gets students to pick out key concepts and then apply them immediately. Inspire students to take a more active role in obtaining instruction and develop … Continue reading New Introduction to Psychology Guided Notebook