Keeping students motivated is one of the greatest all time mysteries. To me, it seems that motivation is a lot easier in younger grades. During higher education schooling, many students already have some desire to stay motivated in order to succeed, so a lot of that burden falls on them in the form of self-motivation. […]
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One of the most difficult things about being an educator is standing in front of a classroom and feeling helpless. Some students just don’t want to learn. Many of them are simply looking to get by, and lazily claw their way to some sort of passing grade. Students are disinterested and unwilling to put forth […]
Keeping History Class Alive History is one of the tougher subjects to teach. You’d think that it wouldn’t be so difficult. After all, history – be it global or American – has seen its share of exciting and amazing events. Wars, religions, revolutions, coups, crusades, and of course, the Brady Bunch reunion of 1981. Unfortunately, […]
Being a student is stressful. Whether you’re in middle school or high school, and certainly for those of us pursuing our quest for knowledge in the halls of higher education – it get can very tense and worrisome. Great Ways to Relieve Stress for Students Ironically, most students say they can’t find the time to […]
When I was a grade school student, I used to catch a bus with my younger brother to the library, located on the other side of the rather large neighborhood where we lived. We would go to the library in order to read, write, and check out books for later use. We would manage to […]
American Vs British English If you’re an American talking to a Brit or vice versa, you’ve probably had your fair share of arguments as to whose use of English is superior. There has probably been a time where one of you has teased the other over their “incorrect” spelling or grammar, or over their pronunciation. […]
History of the English Language – Part I We take English for granted, what with it being an international language which has been spoken for so many years. It has so many dialects, accents, and vernaculars, that it seems it has been around forever. Not so. Not many people know that English did not originate […]