It’s easy to follow a routine during the school year. That is because of consistency and organization. You wake up, go to school, come home, do homework, go to bed. (Or, in the case of this school year, log in to an online class, do homework, go to bed.) It’s also easy to develop bad […]

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Getting a failing mark in a test can be a tough lesson for students, especially when students studied hard and tried their best.  But while getting a failing mark on a test or a project can be a blow to a child’s self-esteem and confidence, in the overall learning process, failing a test or a […]

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How can you end the procrastination habit and be more productive? It’s easy to end procrastination when you know the reasons why procrastination happens in the first place. This video from asapSCIENCE outlines simple ways to battle the brain’s bad habits, which helps to put an end to procrastination. Here are Six Science-Based Tips to […]

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How can students use planning skills to make learning easier? From first grade through to college, students of all ages can develop strong planning skills that set them up for success in school. How to Plan 101 Not just for the classroom, planning skills can be as simple as bringing a water bottle to the […]

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It’s easy to say that study skills are important, but it’s less easy to identify what study skills actually are. Maybe that’s because study skills—the techniques students use when learning in class, doing homework at home, or preparing for a test—are very rarely taught in school, which is why homework and studying can be so […]

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