The age-old question, “what do you want to be when you grow up?” may be starting to feel like a weight on your shoulders by now. While many students knew from a young age they wanted to be a doctor,
Critical Thinking and Ontario Schools
A recent student of ours was caught copying the main information in their essay from various dubious internet sources. We found this upsetting on many levels. One disheartening aspect of this situation is that beyond
Getting away from the constant threat of bullying can be one of the reasons to leave a traditional learning environment. If you do see yourself as a victim, you may not feel empowered to fight back. Bullies can make our lives quite miserable.
It is not uncommon for students to occasionally skip class or not want to participate in school activities. You can just chalk it up to the teenage antics, drama, and moodiness. If a student continuously withdraws from school, especially the
Everyone learns differently, meaning all individuals can benefit from a personalized learning experience, like the individualized education system homeschooling and online classrooms offer. Individualized education has proven to inspire independent thinking and an appreciation for learning rather than a focus
This is for those of you striving to improve your essay writing skills 🙂 Keep writing.
How to Write an A+ Essay from Dena Sotoudeh
We are often asked by our students: How do I get an A+ in my assignments?
So we decided to create the following easy to follow guide to help those of you who are striving to get the perfect score.
Discussions are an integral part of most e-learning courses. They provide great opportunity for students to practice, reflect and share the outcome of their learning in a safe and welcoming environment. It also allows them to hear and learn about
Part III: Question Specific Strategies And What If I do not Pass the Test
In part II of this series, we identified the type of questions that will appear in the reading and writing section of the Ontario Secondary School
Part II: How to Prepare for the Test
A mentioned in part I of this post, the Ontario Secondary School Literacy Test (OSSLT) assesses’s student’s reading and writing ability. Reading and writing are two skills that often require extensive