Business,Clues,Students

How Emotionally Intelligent People Deal With Anger

25 Nov , 2015  

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Anger can be good–if kept under control. Anger is an extremely powerful emotion. If you display it constantly, others will avoid you like the plague. More…

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Students

Administrators give advice, share resources to resolve roommate conflicts

13 Oct , 2015  

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Dealing with classes and midterms may be inevitably miserable, but living with a roommate may not have to be. More…

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Clues

How to Help Your Kids With Homework

18 Sep , 2015  

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Step 1: Ya Gotta Have a Plan

Sit down with your kids and lay out expectations now, when the school year is starting, rather than waiting until problems arise. More…

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Clues

Back-to-School Tips for Parents

2 Sep , 2015  

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Starting the new school year can be a time of great excitement… and anxiety. Help calm your child’s fears (and your own) with these teacher-approved tips. More…

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Clues

16 tips to calm back-to-school jitters for kids (and parents!)

2 Sep , 2015  

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Like all big transitions in life, the start of a new school year can be scary for kids — and for moms and dads too! How can parents help their kids cope? And how can they keep their own anxieties in check.

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Students

Your First Day of University- it’s really nothing to worry about

2 Sep , 2015  

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The first day of uni is fast approaching, and for those freshly graduated school-leavers just starting out, I’m guessing there are a few nerves flying around! More…

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Students

Why I give my students a ‘tragedy of the commons’ extra credit challenge

2 Sep , 2015  

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Imagine you’re a student and your teacher poses this challenge to the entire class:

You can each earn some extra credit on your term paper. You get to choose whether you want 2 points added to your grade, or 6 points. But there’s a catch: if more than 10% of the class selects 6 points, then no one gets any points. All selections are anonymous, and the course grades are not curved.

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Clues

Parents and students: make the summer a stress-free one

4 Jul , 2015  

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It can be hard for parents and students to live together again for the summer, but it doesn’t have to be a bad experience.

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Students

Ted Talk: Why we Procrastinate by Vik Nithy

4 Jun , 2015  

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Do you always procrastinate? Ever wonder why you procrastinate? Well, Vik Nithy has the answers for you!

 

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=WD440CY2Vs0#t=543

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