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Choosing the Best Type of Note-Taking

Students perceive information differently, and that is why note-taking will not be one and the same for all. It is a result of the unique information processing, and in case of any doubts, may be checked by Unicheck. The main stages of the information perception are capturing information, singling out and writing it down. New information perception is connected with the way memory functions, and that comprises encoding of the information, its storage and reproduction. Here are the main types of note taking that will help you draft and remember information better.Read More

Multi tasking skills

Why Multi Tasking Skills are Harmful for Students. Learn What Steps to Take

Seems like multitasking skills are such an irrevocable phenomenon today that every student faces while studying every day. Your to-do list is so overwhelmed with activities that even setting priorities, and time-management techniques do not really help. Writing essays with Unicheck and working on complicated math tests may be confusing. Most of the time you are depressed, and anxious about deadlines. The scientists defined a new disease, FOMO that is the “fear of missing out”. So, let’s dive into the problem. Read More

Lessons We Can Take from Oscar Speech

The 89th Academy Awards Oscar has recently taken place in Los Angeles, California. A great number of nominees were excited to be present in the Dolby Theatre, and only some of them honored to give a speech in front of the privileged, talented people gathered in one place for a beautiful evening. The speech that every winner gives is unique and influential due to the techniques that are persuasive. Here are the main highlights of Oscar speeches that everyone may learn from. Read More

Christmas Brings Unexpected News: Santa Changed His Look

Christmas Brings Unexpected News: Santa Changed His Look

Ho! Ho! Ho! It’s the cheerful sound of Christmas approaching us on a reindeer sleigh. Twinkling lights and beautifully decorated trees make you quickly get into the Christmas spirit. You will definitely share the Unicheck team’s opinion that it’s also the right time to sum up our achievements and start something new.

Santa Claus also got behind the idea. He calculated the number of delivered presents, logistic expenses, scrolled down the Santa Claus activity log and re-read tones of messages posted on his timeline. Still, something was missing. Every year Santa together with a helpful team of elves, reindeer and Mrs. Claus does the same work. It brings much joy, but to some extent it reminds him of a groundhog day effect.

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Student-Led Conferences Ideas

Student Led Conference Ideas: A New Fast-Growing Trend

Student led conferences have recently replaced teacher-parent ones. There are many reasons of that phenomenon. Before attending teacher-led conferences, parents are prepared to hear teacher’s reprimands and a call to action – tell their children off. At the same time, teachers feel uncomfortable either because they mainly should talk about the pupil’s drawbacks and how to improve them, or they explain their marks basis. That kind of meeting is not efficient, and student led conferences solve that problem. Moreover, preparation takes time, and instead of checking student papers, teachers spend their time on a red tape.

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