Behavior Management

As a new teacher, one of the hardest aspects of teaching in a younger classroom is dealing with behavior management. Some people can natural detect, diffuse, and deal with a problem within the classroom that pertains to the students. Others of us aren’t as naturally keen and are sometime reluctant to discipline. A [...]

December 21st, 2016|Articles, Teaching|0 Comments

7 Strong Writing Skills You Should Teach Graduate Students

At the graduate school level, students are expected to have a certain level of writing skills. However, many students need a reminder of skills, and others are just developing them. While the necessary tools to write depend upon the specific field that students are studying, certain writing mandates spread across the disciplines. Thesis [...]

December 7th, 2016|Articles, Teaching|0 Comments

The Gifts and Curse of Colons in Writing

Colon is a punctuation mark often used when introducing a list or series of items. There are two ways to use this: horizontally and vertically. Horizontal use of colons includes bullets, numbers, and dash lists to cover more white spaces. Its vertical use, meanwhile, has the purpose of enclosing examples within the sentence. [...]

November 30th, 2016|Articles|0 Comments
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