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How My Private Professor’s Business Model Empowers Corporations

As businesses and society evolve, there is a growing need for corporations to give back to their communities. In the workforce, philanthropic initiatives not only give employees the opportunity to speak to their causes, but also foster personal development, team bonding, and engagement. But giving back can often be a [...]

April 2nd, 2024|0 Comments

How Does Classroom Design Affect Student Learning?

Marie Kondo said, “Life truly begins after you have put your house in order.”  Whether she knew it or not, Kondo was speaking to the needs of the student house — or, the classroom. As it seems, the classroom structure and design plays a critical role in student success. [...]

March 26th, 2024|0 Comments

10 Effective Strategies to Help Improve Students Attention Span

In today's fast-paced and often overstimulated world, maintaining focus and attention can be a challenging task for everyone. With an endless stream of information and notifications from social media and the internet, it's no wonder our attention spans are dwindling.  As education inches further and further into the digital [...]

March 19th, 2024|0 Comments

Easy Ways To Engage Young Students in Writing

In the classroom, providing variety in lesson plans can help students stay focused and engaged. For instance, when it comes to writing, there are so many ways in which teachers can keep lessons and instructions fresh and fun.  By integrating variety into their instructions, teachers can help spark students’ [...]

March 12th, 2024|0 Comments

Health, Fitness, and Wellness Tips for College Students

Whether it’s a dorm party, a club soccer tournament, or a comedy club event, college students can seem busier than CEOs. Of course, having such a full schedule to provide you with structure and purpose is great — but at the same time, it’s always important to remember to [...]

March 5th, 2024|0 Comments

How Track and Field Can be Transformative For Students

When I was in eleventh grade, I was hoping to finally make it on the girl’s varsity basketball team. After enduring two years of grueling try-outs, yet remaining in my place, humbled on the JV team, I figured it was finally my time. After all, in my school, it [...]

February 27th, 2024|0 Comments

Students Need to Rethink Stress

A few months ago, I watched Kelly McGonigal’s Ted Talk on stress. Even though I was actually seeking information on procrastination, McGonigal’s talk opened a door for me, changing my entire perspective on stress. In McGonigal’s talk, she explains that, with so many of her patients, she’s demonized stress. [...]

February 20th, 2024|0 Comments

The Critical Role Failure Plays in Student Success

People are always talking about how failure is not only important, but necessary for growth. And that sounds great in theory. But one thing gets in the way: we hate failing! We’re encouraged to embrace failing in order to advance in life. But this is easier said than done [...]

February 13th, 2024|0 Comments

The Importance of Learning Through Games and Play

As humans, do we consciously seek out games? (And I’m not talking about mind games, but games that are fun for all parties. Like hide-and-seek.) Or are we just wired to pursue them? When I was in first or second grade, every day during recess, my friends and I [...]

February 6th, 2024|0 Comments
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