Creating Self-Directed Learners: Beyond Study Skills
Self-directed learning might feel like just another buzzword in today’s curriculum, but in fact it’s a way of thinking and interacting with the world that can help a student far beyond their high school education. Some school districts have begun to implement self-directed courses inside their curriculum because they recognize the value of this skill […]
What to Do When You’ve Hit a Wall
There’s nothing worse than feeling like you’ve hit a wall. For some students I’ve worked with, learning math felt even more challenging because they were hitting a wall with every lesson plan! Just like any other obstacle, you can’t just drive through it—you’ll need strategies, and resources, that can help you find a way around. […]
Know Your Unique Learning Style!
Learning Styles: Revolutionizing Your Student’s Relationship to School By Dennis DiNoia, M.A.Ed Have you ever wondered why reading the story yourself instead of someone relaying it to you helps you comprehend the information better? It’s because you’re most likely a visual learner! Everyone has their own learning style. To succeed in school, relationships, jobs, etc. […]