It seems like more and more high school seniors are experiencing college rejections each year. Is college admission getting competitive, or is it no tougher than it used to be? Read on for information about both sides of the controversy.
Many people study obsessively for the SATs to get the necessary college SAT acceptance score. SAT scores do play a big part in whether you’ll be accepted to your preferred college, but there’s a lot more to getting that acceptance letter than simply acing the SATs.
Many college applications request an autobiography, but it shouldn’t read like most of the autobiographies you’ve read. In order to stand out from the crowd, you’ll need to make your autobiography unique and interesting.
Incoming freshmen may be confused when they’re buying the school supplies needed for college — where do you start? Make sure you don’t waste your money on things you won’t need and invest your money in supplies that will serve you well through your college years without breaking the bank.
If you’re choosing a college essay topic and feel stumped, then maybe college essay prompts can help. Sometimes your college provides a prompt for you, but what do you do if they don’t, and what on earth do you do with them anyway? Stop that head scratching and let us walk you through it.
In order to approach your education responsibly, it’s important to know how to pick a major in college intelligently. Read on for a step-by-step guide to help when picking a major in college.
The Montessori-special education link has not been studied extensively, but there are several reasons to assume that students with special needs, especially those with autism, would thrive in a Montessori environment. Here’s why.
People who have sustained brain damage can often find that they suddenly have difficulty writing well. This problem, called acquired dysgraphia, can be treated – but it is important to recognize the symptoms.
Are your students having problems with learning multiple meaning words (homographs)? If so, trying using this poem to help them grasp how two words can have one meaning.
Looking for preschool snow crafts to keep your students busy during the cold winter months? These five crafts are fun ways to bring the season into your classroom…while keeping the cold at bay.
Looking for the perfect lesson plan on stars? This toddler lesson plan for “Star Light, Star Bright” is the perfect way to teach children about these amazing celestial objects.
How are hearing impairment and reading performance related? This article discusses the connection between the two, as well as the research findings involving their relationship.
Do you find geometry terms confusing? Take a look at this study guide, which includes the most important geometry terms you’ll need to know.