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Tips on Using Google: How to Make the Most of Google When Teaching

Tips on Using Google: How to Make the Most of Google When Teaching

Have you ever thought of Google as an ultimate solution for teaching? Most of us have Gmail or Google+ accounts and store documents in Google Drive, but there are far more handy options and tools that you and your students can access completely for free.

With the ability to catch up with students using Google Hangouts video chat or connect with other experts in the field via Google for Educators, you can successfully juggle multiple chores and arrange your classroom work.

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Study Skills and Learning Habit

Know-How: Improve Your Study Skills and Work Out a Learning Habit

It’s a question that tortures every student: How can I improve my study skills? Is there any way to do it fast and effectively?

First off, you need to realize why you need to boost your study skills. The benefits of being a lifelong learner are numerous. For example, you’ll spend considerably less time doing homework. Then, you get used to learning and stay more concentrated when studying. And, of course, you train your brain and memorize information better. Enjoy the advantages!

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Plagiarism as the Moving Force of Art Development

Plagiarism as the Moving Force of Art Development

Every system has its own rules, laws, schemes and connections. Without certain rules there would be no systematic approaches in science, politics, culture and art. The moving force of science is data collection, research and experiments. Politics is pushed forward by politicians and sometimes people or nations, culture is influenced directly by people, their tastes, knowledge, education, and memory.

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Keys to Forming Effective Study Groups

Keys to Forming Effective Study Groups

School is changing. As with most elements of our society, it is evolving with the times.

Business managers today are expressing that they need to work more with people, particularly those new to the workforce in group settings. This can be more like a study group, a team meeting around a shared goal. It may be different from the classroom where an instructor is overseeing the process; it may be more like a task-focused meeting of people centered on an accomplishment.

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Steps to Take if You Are Failing a Class in College

Steps to Take if You Are Failing a Class in College

You are in the middle of the semester and suddenly realize that you are about to fail a class. Don’t be frustrated – there are still some steps you can take to turn things around before you fall further behind. College can be tough. But studying and focusing on the classes should be your number-one priority, and it’s important to always keep your eye on the prize – that is, on graduation. Figuring out what to do next and preventing it from happening again is critical.

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