Category: Learning

  • Things We Wish Someone Told Us Senior Year (Part 2)

    First-generation college student? Pursuing a technical career? Trying to navigate the next steps before you cross the graduation stage? Applying to college but don’t know how? This one’s for you.

  • Things We Wish Someone Told Us Senior Year (Part 1)

    Once you walk across the graduation stage, things change – whether you’re ready for them or not. Suddenly, all the structure vanishes. No classes, no extracurriculars, no early mornings or all-nighters, no unavoidable social interactions, no homework, no tests, no set path. You may already be 18, but the transition from high school to the […]

  • Fall Field Trip Ideas to Try in 2021

    Field trips have the potential to be the highlight of a school year for all ages. Both educational and exciting, these day trips allow students to get out of the classroom and stretch their legs (and minds). In the long run, these excursions are often more memorable than any given individual lesson. That being said, […]

  • The Importance of School Clubs and Organizations

    What do you remember most about school? It’s likely not the tests, assignments, iffy lunches, or early hours. Instead, it’s probably your classmates, teachers, club events, and other academic organizations. Without those integral social aspects of education, school would be a one-note experience – all academics, all the time. The key to a pleasant school […]

  • Prepping to Go Back to School: A Student Guide

    If you’ve been to your local supermarket recently, you’ve probably seen evidence of BTS – “back to school,” that is. Those yellow pencil boxes, buckets, and bins are likely filled to the brim with all the essentials for students of every age. Sure, summer isn’t quite at a close, but it’s never too early to […]

  • 7 Tips for Substitute Teachers

    Sure, you have your teaching certificate, you’ve done student teaching, and you’ve secured a job as a substitute teacher for your local district. That’s great! Hard work paid off. 

  • Top 3 Ways to Stay Studious Over the Summer

    We’ve all been there – returning to routine after a significant break can be difficult to say the least, especially when it comes to school. Students, teachers, and parents – listen up. This one’s for you. 

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