When I started college, I quickly realized that the rest of my class was far ahead of me. In addition to struggling to understand the material, I also had a hard time working in group settings and understanding how the lectures tied to the homework. After failing my first two semesters, a helpful counselor asked me to sign up for a study habits class. In the class, I learned how to apply myself in formal educational settings, which really helped. I think that everyone should take the time to understand how to learn, so that they can be successful in their classes.
23 March 2015
If you're a caregiver of preschool children, you may be on the lookout for creative ideas to keep kids occupied. When inclement weather keeps the kids inside, help them develop academic and social skills with creative games and indoor fun. Here are five ways to keep the little ones engaged on a rainy day at daycare: 1. Creative Alphabet Learning: Try These Variations Alphabet Puzzle: Children often learn quicker when play can be incorporated into the program.
18 March 2015
If you are already certified to fly a plane from aviation colleges, then you know that there are many levels of training that you can take in order to advance to larger aircraft, better paying jobs, and higher altitudes. One of the most basic aspects of advanced training is Instrument Rating-- an additional qualification for private or commercial pilots that allows them to fly in conditions that are regulated by Instrument Flight Rules.
11 March 2015
If you are seeing the first signs that your child likely has a high IQ or is just a bit more intelligent than other children his or her age, then you want to do all you can to encourage them to live up to their full intellectual potential. Children with high IQs need to be taught in a way that encourages them to question and explore, as intelligent children are prone to doing.