For Teachers: How School Has Gone Virtual

Here is our series of articles on virtual studying and how school and academics have gone virtual.

Writing Study Skills: How to Write Essays

Test Taking Study Skills: Studying for Exams and Strategies for Taking Tests

Pros and Cons of Virtual Studying

Helping Students Apply to College Using Online Tools

How to be More Efficient

5 Tips for Wandering Workers

Back-to-School Shopping List: School Supply List

6 Ways to Lighten a Backpack

Reading Study Skills: How to Memorize As You Read

Back to School Tips

6 Ways to Multi-Task

How to Cure School Burn-Out

How to Stop Procrastinating

Reading Study Skills: How to Speed Read

10 Best Educational Online Games for Students

Articles for Teachers:

Online Tools for Teachers

Warning: Students Cyberbating Teachers on Youtube

10 Ways to Use Wikis in the Classroom

Other Articles:

Virtual College Admissions 101: Your University Guide From the initial application process to your first orientation, learn how college admissions has gone virtual and what this means for generations to come.

Virtual Studying: Are Students Actually Working? iChat study sessions? Virtual flashcards? Wiki study guides? Are all of the Internet study techniques actually working? How has studying changed for the net-generation student.

Teacher CyberBating: Terrible Teen Classroom Trend Teens are now angering teachers, filming their reaction and then putting it all over YouTube…what can we do?

7 Ways Teachers Can Use Online Tools to Keep Students Interested
Net-generation students have am extremely short attention span and love using new tools in their school work. Teachers can utilize many free resources to help make their subjects more interesting.

6 Things You Need to Know About Cyberbullying
Parents need to get informed on how the landscape of the social scene in schools has changed– significantly altering cyberbullying, cliques and peer pressure.

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  • Madeline Blood

    Thanks!