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How to Become a Less Tech-Stressed Learner


We live in a globally digitalized world full of mobile devices and high-tech gadgets. We spend much time using technology. We work, study, socialize, fall in love and get broken up with online. It has become an essential part of who we are. It may be said without exaggeration that we love technology and the way it changes our life. Most of us have long since discovered the many wonderful advantages that it brings. The Internet era has introduced some very unique opportunities for people to…

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Worst MBA Interview Screwups Ever


So, you’ve got invited to an MBA interview? Congrats! You must be excited and proud of yourself. You believe you can handle it easily. But here is a little statistics to bring you down to earth: only half of those interviewed for MBA are actually accepted. Do not let yourself the delusion of thinking you are a sure thing for there is always something to look out for. Even the slightest fluff can take your chances of getting to the grad school away once and for all. To avoid that you need to…

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Online Learning Might Be the Answer to the Gender-Based Achievement Gap Issue

The education has become massively digitalized: today we can learn from the comfort of our home and office, take exams online and practice our skills with the help of social media networking sites. However, it is still unclear how this transition from the traditional face-to-face form of instruction to online learning will affect such important issues as, for example, the problem of gender gap, income-based achievement gap or racial inequality in education.

The statistics on the gender…

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Things You Should or Shouldn’t Do In Grad School

If the question of whether or not to go to the graduate school is a settled issue for you and you are sure you know what to expect from it, it is time to think about what will help you to sail through grad school with flying colors. Here are some interesting tips that will come in useful if you have set your mind on pursuing an advanced degree.

- Some people seem to think that grad school requirements are totally different from the usual college requirements. That is a delusion. They are…

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Helping Students to Improve Their Reading and Writing Skills

Reading and writing are interdependent. Reading improves your writing skills, helping you with grammar and vocabulary. The same goes for writing, at least that’s what the California Writing Project says. But most importantly, they both improve the way you learn and absorb new information. A lot depends on how good your reading comprehension is and how smoothly you can write. Not everyone can do that however, these skills can be improved if a person is determined to try hard.

Are you one…

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Is There A Way To Combine Hip-Hop Culture And STEM?

Despite the many attempts to engage children into learning science and promote STEM education amongst underrepresented groups of students, the number of those who choose to pursue careers in STEM fields is still very low. This results into the U.S. students lagging far behind other countries that have better educated more innovative and competitive workforce.

For quite a long time now the researchers have been trying to answer the question of why some categories of students especially…

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Personal Gadgets Are Now Welcome In Bethel Park High School

For many years now teachers have been trying to prevent technologies from invading the classroom space and distracting students from their work. However, it’s about time to admit they have majorly failed in their attempts to stop the unstoppable. Now they are seeking ways to make school and technologies go together in the way that would benefit the learning process and increase the effectiveness of instructions.

With this end in view Bethel Park High School, Bethel Park, Pennsylvania,…

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Tech Companies That Have Their Say in Education

It looks like education is getting further affected by what is going on in high tech industry. In the face of decreasing international competitiveness of U.S. workers and difficult economic situation in the country, tech companies are interested in raising their own prospective employees. Schools around the country have been turned into testing grounds for big tech companies to try their newest inventions. Some companies provide free gadgets, others supply schools with e-learning software…

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Tips To Make Technology less Distracting

The Internet has opened up unlimited opportunities for people to work, entertain, socialize and, of course, study. But at the same time it introduced a number of challenges that not everyone is prepared to deal with. Students have always had something to distract them from doing their homework assignments or preparing for a test. However, with computers, iPads and smartphones being an important part of almost every household, it is getting still more difficult for them to focus and stay…

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Tips That Will Help You to Deal with Homesicknes

Every time you leave your parents’ house and head for college in September, every time you have to return to your campus at the end of your winter break, you have this unexplainable frustration next to despair and feel as if you are losing something very important. Some college students find it easy to adapt to the change and come over their melancholy while others might feel this way for a long time, which can potentially influence their academic performance and even cause health…

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