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Smart Studying Tips for Collaborative Students

How would you help students to enhance their collaborative efforts when it comes to smart studying tips? Not an easy question, we know. So we’re here to help. On average, college students have experience meeting in groups, so we know that their expertise can... read more

7 Compelling Questions for Your Professional Development

As a teacher who has worked in the trenches for over 10 years, I can attest to the fact that sometimes we overlook our own professional development. Perhaps it’s because of feeling overwhelmed with just the day-to-day tasks. I appreciated that my school system... read more

Developing Critical Thinking Skills in Elementary Students

It was stated by Stephen Norris back in 1985 that most kids are not equipped to “recognize assumptions, evaluate arguments, and appraise inferences.” According to another statement by psychologists John Tooby and Leda Cosmides in 1992, humans are evolved simply to... read more

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