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The History of Online Learning and the Virtual School

by Celia Pallister

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As isolation measures have forced many schools, colleges and universities to move their educational offerings online, technology and online learning platforms have become increasingly essential.

School Districts are ramping up their online teaching resources to get the final term of the year up and running.  All school districts seem to be tackling it differently. The school my ...

Transitioning From Elementary School to High School

by Becky Parmiter


Transitioning from elementary school to high school can be exciting and anxi...

16 Modern Life Hacks for Students

by Celia Pallister

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Keeping up with life’s demands can be challenging for everyone - especially students. Are you looking for new ways to simplify and organize your life and make mundane tasks - at home and at school - easier to tackle? Then you have come to the right place. Check out these useful hacks that will help make life as a student more bearable. 

Paper vs Screen - Which is best for Learning?

by Celia Pallister


Who would have imagined 50 years ago that in the midst of the 21st Century, people would be reading the morning news on Ipads instead of newspapers and that there would be injuries such as Smartphone-related Repetitive Strain Injury (RSI) and Texting Thumb? (yes, apparently these actually exist...

Does music help you study?

by Celia Pallister

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It is becoming an increasingly common sight to see students wearing headphones in libraries and study halls. But does listening to music while studying help? While it won’t necessarily make you smarter like “the Mozart effect” (a study coined in 1991, that sparked media and public interest about the idea t...

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