Alice C. Chang

Alice C. Chang on Problem-Based Learning: Nurturing Critical Thinkers for Tomorrow

In the ever-evolving landscape of education, Alice C. Chang believes the traditional model of rote memorization and standardized testing is giving way to dynamic approaches that prioritize critical thinking, creativity, and real-world application. One such pedagogical innovation at the forefront of this transformation is Problem-Based Learning (PBL). In this post from Alice C. Chang will […]

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The Upland Unified School District

The Upland Unified School District on Academic Readiness: Skills Needed for College Success

Transitioning from high school to college is a significant step in a student’s educational journey. The Upland Unified School District notes that while this transition is exciting, it also brings new challenges and expectations. Academic readiness is not just about mastering subject-specific knowledge; it encompasses a set of skills that are essential for college success. […]

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Yacin Zawam Northwest Arkansas

Yacin Zawam of Northwest Arkansas Discusses the Importance of Physical and Mental Health in Medical School

Yacin Zawam of Northwest Arkansas is a recent medical school graduate from the University of Toledo. Amidst the academic pressure, it’s easy for aspiring doctors to neglect their physical and mental health among the rigorous workload med school requires. However, for a student doctor, neglecting personal health can lead to burnout, decreased academic performance, and […]

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American International University Kuwait

American International University of Kuwait Discusses Dr. Khaled Mahdi’s Recent Visit

American International University of Kuwait is an institution of higher education led by an experienced team of American educators, empowering students to become professionals in a number of different fields. The rigorous academic programs and support services offered lead students to satisfying career paths and personal growth. In the following article, American International University of […]

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Self Growth or Job Placement?

The modern job market is competitive, and for that reason many students (including high school students) are basing their education around a particular job that they want, discounting their long term career goals. This seems to be a bit of the opposite goal of post-secondary education (whatever happened to self growth and discovery?), but it’s […]

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