Here’s a great article from Google with 55 awesome tips for students. Check it out, you might learn some cool tricks.
We all have different ways we learn best. For example, I am not an auditory learner. If you give me directions, without writing them down, I am completely lost. Why does this matter? It can help you immensely if you
So many of my students are “plugged in” when it comes to smartphones and pads, yet I’ve noticed not many of you have the very best app around: Evernote. Besides the Google suite this is my #1 go to
This is a great reminder of do’s and dont’s: You Suck At PowerPoint! by @jessedee from Jesse Desjardins – @jessedee
I’ve been following Daily Writing Tips for awhile now and wanted to share it because there are some fantastic tips for writing, grammar, etc. A couple of the most recent posts are especially relevant to all of you (my students):
Whether you are continuing on in high school, going on to college, or whatever else you have planned, reading should never stop. If you use an e-reader (the kind is inconsequential) your life will be that much easier.
I accidentally came across a very nifty site that I think you will all like. I’m linking you to the English portion of the site, but there are many other sections I think you will find useful. Just click on
Recently I’ve had a great many students ask me about using PowerPoint for their presentations. While PowerPoint (or something similar) is okay in a pinch, why not explore something new and a tad more interesting? Here are just a few