So you’re deep in your college studies and have reached a plateau. You’re looking for that extra breadth of useful skills that will not only put you ahead of the game during your studies but will also mean development in both a personal and educational way. Of course, your college years are some of […]
Of course, 2014 has already started, but I don’t think I’m too late for defining and publishing my three words for 2014.
This exercise is something I picked up from a Dutch friend, who learned of it from Chris Brogan.
The exercise is not very simple and requires some deep thought beforehand, something I did during […]
As the noise volume increases over teachers “getting away” with underperforming, some schools are taking steps to improve that image. Data driven decision making is becoming more popular as teachers discover how it can benefit students. This approach to learning measures student performance against achievable goals, and allows ample time to correct student behavior.
With a busy student life one of the things which you can easily forget is working out every once in a while. A schedule with classes during the day and extracurricular activities in the evening doesn’t have much space for gym sessions, football practise or swimming a mile or two.
Even though we understand how […]
As the end of term draws nearer and nearer, students begin to initiate panic-mode. The dreaded deadlines that you have been attempting to ignore by pushing them to the back of your mind have started popping their heads back out from under the cracks. Besides the stress of completing your final semester projects and […]
The last two years I had a simple PDF file online, it was called ‘How to build a Blog as a Student.’ It was a guide on building your own website, with screenshots explaining the several steps.
It was a pretty neat guide, even though I am biased. It was simple, it was complete and […]