If I ask my teenage niece a question that she doesn’t know the answer to, she automatically goes to Google. Actually so do I, but once upon a time, in a galaxy far, far away, we either went to the library or dragged out our encyclopedia (a book or set of books giving information on […]
Growing up I remember my parents stressing the importance of education, so I always knew I was going to college but I had no idea I’d drop out after my sophomore year. Interestingly, to this day I still recall the redefining moment when I knew I was absolutely going back to finish what I started. My supervisor came over to my […]
Last year, one of my acquaintances did not send his annual birthday text greeting and I learned that he had passed away a few days before my birthday (actually on the same day that my dad passed). To say the least, I was pretty emotionally bummed out and started to spiral just thinking about both […]
There was a time when I truly believed being a good mother meant I had to give up on dreams I didn’t accomplish before child. I did not plan to pursue a PhD. Most people who know me know that my life revolves around my daughter. One day around 2013, there was a flyer for […]
You don’t have to go to college to be successful. As long as you have a skill, you can go far in life!
Hi, students. Here are a few Bible verses to confess and meditate on as you prepare for final examinations: 1 Corinthians 2:16: “For who has known the mind of the Lord that he might instruct him? But we [I] have the mind of Christ.” Psalm 119:99: “I have more understanding than all my teachers, For […]
The University of New Burnswick (2020) relates that educators should share with scholars the importance of knowing their personal learning style and how it will help them decipher their own approach to learning, their unique learning needs, and create more productive learning behaviors. They recommend that scholars utilize the VARK questionnaire to identify their unique […]
Babies start learnnig imediately after birth. Most learning occurs when children are younger. If parents take that time to foster interest and help children gain information early, learning will be easier when school starts.