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Four Ways to Develop Leadership as a Home-Schooler

by Christine Chadwick

Home schooling offers many exciting benefits: the opportunity to explore individualised materials within your realm of interest and to learn at your own pace. But it also comes with challenges, including the lack of immediate social interaction along with the chance to develop critical leadership sk...

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How To Boost Your Performance Under Pressure

by Grace Dickins

Studies indicate that more college students are struggling with stress, with one-third reporting symptoms of depression, according to the American Psychological Association. The prospect of student loan burdens in a sluggish recovery doesn't help. Increasing your ability to perform under pressure ma...

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How Not to Answer These Common Admissions Interview Questions

by Christine Chadwick

Sitting down to an interview is one of the most nerve inducing activities you may experience. As most jobs require an interview before hiring a candidate, many universities are following suit. Some will not accept an applicant until meeting with him or her in person. Don't let these admissions inter...

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4 Ways to Use iPads for Learning

by Christine Chadwick

From propping up on a kitchen counter to follow a recipe to passing it around a family reunion to share holiday photos, the uses of an iPad are many. A multitude of teachers and students nationwide now use it for learning, especially at the college level. Here are some great ways to use iPads for le...

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4 Ways to Improve Parent-Teacher Communication

by Christine Chadwick

Parent-teacher conferences have a reputation for being lengthy and onerous yet it doesn't have to be this way. Parents and teachers have a special relationship built on a simple, often forgotten fact: they have the same goal. Parents and teachers both want to see a child excel in school. When differ...

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