The challenges that students are facing as they engage in virtual and socially distanced learning environments are unprecedented. Students are expected to be comfortable working with new technology, and be flexible as new situations develop. But they’re not the only ones having to adapt. Professors are facing a learning curve as well. Professors want to help….
There are many factors that go into recruiting student athletes, and multiple factors that student athletes consider when they pursue college athletic opportunities. Students need to consider their options and to make sense of their athletic and academic goals when looking for opportunities to be student athletes in college.
Marlene Kern Fischer, the brilliant blogger behind Thoughts from Aisle 4 and author of Gained a Daughter But Nearly Lost My Mind: How I Planned a Backyard Wedding During a Pandemic shares her perspectives on parenting.
This fall, college students embarked on a new reality of college life. Now, many college students are concerned about potential challenges they could face if and when they return to campus for the spring college semester. Going out of their way to quash the virus before it could spread, schools, like Colgate University, Dartmouth College, […]
As your child grows, there are many ways that you can foster a love of books and reading. Here are 5 suggestions:
‘Tis the season for making math fun. In the midst of holiday festivities, students can practice their math skills. As students incorporate math into their everyday routines, they understand the importance of learning math….
College students today suffer from high stress levels, but meditation can help.
Consider these three reasons why meditation is great for helping college students manage their stress.
Now that I’m on that other side of parenting (meaning my three sons are mostly grown and I’m no longer in the trenches), I’ve had some time to reflect. When I say reflect, I mean think about things I think I got right and things about which I was off base. There are things I wish I had known–
One of the collateral damages from the COVID-19 pandemic is the ability of high school students to participate in extracurricular activities and to build their resumes.
Executive functioning skills help students of all ages and all academic levels to manage an array of skills, including paying attention, self-control, impulse control, organizational skills, time-management skills, memory and recall skills, and the ability to be flexible.