A thesis statement expresses that which you believe and what you intend on proving. An effective thesis statement makes the distinction between an innovative research project and a basic rehashing of facts. The thesis statement is usually positioned at the end of the opening paragraph. This opening paragraph serves as a setting for the […]
Going back to school is never an easy decision. On one hand, getting a degree or going on for an advanced degree can result in an increased income over a lifetime and increased job opportunities. On the other hand, it may end up taking a long time and costing a lot of money.
Do people […]
Believe it or not, you need to be more than smart to do well in school. You also need to be really organized. If you aren’t organized, you’re likely to forget assignments, miss appointments, procrastinate so much you don’t study for a test—all that not so good stuff.
Obviously, it’s easy to say you have […]
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 […]
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.
Technology has taken over college classrooms, and in many people’s eyes, it’s becoming something of a distraction. After all, it’s certainly not uncommon to walk into a college lecture hall and see students with there laptops open checking their Facebook accounts instead of taking notes! But the other side of the issue is that […]