Category: Editorial


Back to School Means Saying Yes to Distance Learning. Here’s Why

August 29, 2020

Via: Natalie Dunn

The reopening of schools in 2020 is still a decision fraught with uncertainty, one of the many things made more difficult by the COVID-19 pandemic. Nobody really knows what is best when it comes to education during a pandemic. The […]


A Brief on Remote Education

July 14, 2020

Via: Lawrence Malone

Remote education has seen a dramatic increase in popularity over the past decade and along with it came a surge in educational standards, various improvements, and innovations that made life easier for everyone involved. Maybe even more so for individuals who are […]


How to Enhance the Learning Experience of Introverts and Extroverts

June 22, 2020

Via: Catherine Peterson

The Merriam Webster dictionary defines “introvert” as “a reserved or shy person who enjoys spending time alone,” whereas an “extrovert” is a gregarious and unreserved individual. While those brief characteristics help you sketch an outline of one’s identity, it’s far […]


Multitasking and Its Impact on Learning Outcomes

May 21, 2020

Via: Samantha Ludlow

Is multitasking the 21st-century must-have skill? Or is it just a myth that strongly endangers productivity and learning outcomes? This question should have been settled a long ago in public opinion. Numerous research studies already show that working on multiple […]


The Importance of Teaching Students How to Think Critically

April 10, 2020

Via: Rowena Padlock

When students graduate, the world expects them to come out of their years of intense study with more than just a degree. They are expected to enter the workforce as functional adults who are ready to take on whatever challenges […]


Top Ways to Stop Bullying in Schools

March 10, 2020

Via: Sabrina Clark

“An ounce of prevention is worth a pound of cure.” – Benjamin Franklin But is it also true when it comes to bullying? Look at your class. Picture your students. Chances are, 5 (or even more) of them are often bullied […]


Supreme Court Might Grant Funding for Religious Education

February 10, 2020

Via: Michael Boyd

The Supreme Court appeared to be favorable to the renewing of public funding for religious education, following debates among conservative and liberal justices. The conservative party argued that the so-called Blaine Amendment reflects the anti-Catholic sentiment of the 19th century […]


5 Important Trends That Will Influence Education in 2020

January 14, 2020

Via: Natalie Dunn

As a new decade begins, the education landscape is changing before our very eyes, with learning becoming more student-centered and classes becoming more and more flexible both in schools and colleges, and online. Technology is improving and developing at the […]


Can Music Boost Productivity While Learning?

December 10, 2019

Via: Kelly Redmond

Listening to music while working can boost productivity by 15 percent, according to a new study. The analysis was commissioned by Scala Radio and it focused on a sample group of 2,000 employees. Half of these employees enjoy listening to […]


Are Essay Writing Services the Best Choice for Students?

November 18, 2019

Via: Kelly Redmond

Students worldwide struggle with writing, not only because it’s a complicated process on its own, but also because essay writing in college demands a lot of research time and effort. While writing may be a spontaneous creative process, essay writing […]