November 29, 2016

How Virtual Reality Could Change the Way Students Experience Education

The headlines for Pokémon GO were initially shocking, but by now they’re familiar: as many as 21 million active daily users, 700,000 downloads per day, $5.7 […]
November 1, 2016

How to Develop 5 Critical Thinking Types

Great leaders think strategically. They can understand and appreciate the current state as well as see possibilities. When dealing with today’s issues, they operate from a […]
October 9, 2016

How to Use Technology to Make You Smarter

Can a calculator make you smarter? The QAMA calculator can. You use it just like a regular calculator, plugging in the numbers of the problem you […]
August 20, 2016

Study Smart: Drawn from Research Tips

You probably think you know how to study. After all, you’ve made it this far. You’ve successfully turned in homework assignments and passed exams. And there’s […]
July 3, 2016

When Should You Take the SAT or ACT? Best Test Dates

The 4 Important Factors for Your SAT/ACT Date Like most things in life, earlier planning for the SAT and ACT will pay off in higher test […]
June 1, 2016

Which Type of Exercise is Best for the Brain?

Which Type of Exercise Is Best for the Brain? By GRETCHEN REYNOLDS FEBRUARY 17, 2016 Some forms of exercise may be much more effective than others […]
May 26, 2016

New Study Shows How to Increase Learning

In a new study provided by the University of Dallas, evidence demonstrates that new memories can enrich the human experience, they also can interfere with old […]
May 13, 2016

Dartmouth: Taking Lecture Notes

TAKING LECTURE NOTES I. There are many reasons for taking lecture notes. A. Making yourself take notes forces you to listen carefully and test your understanding […]
April 16, 2016

What Happens to Children During the Summer?

THE American ideal of lazy summers filled with fun has an unintended consequence: If students are not engaged in learning over the summer, they lose skills […]