6 Words to Guide Your Writing

This is a nice little tip that I picked up from the journalist profession but it’s useful in academia as well. It goes back to a poem written by Nobel Laureate Rudyard Kipling. In this poem, he talks about the 6 words that guide his writing and his exploration into the world of literature. I’ll […]

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When to take notes during a lecture

I discovered some interesting advice today from the Penn State Learning  website. The advice was in regards to when to take notes during a lecture. I thought I would turn the points that were mentioned into an infographic (see below), in order to make it more digestible. In summary, make sure to take notes if […]

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Guided notes in mathematics: are they useful?

If you are a mathematics teacher, or any teacher for that matter, you are ideally interested in learning more about the ways in which your students can achieve better results (assuming that academia hasn’t thoroughly extinguished what passion you once had for teaching). If you’re a person studying a mathematics program or someone who is […]

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