By Sara Karbowski and Ananya Gondesi
Summer is coming to an end, and many students are heading back to school. Things can feel a bit overwhelming, so here is a checklist of supplies to get and habits to implement to have a successful year in high school!
By Timothy Le
Many students think the best way to study for exams is to reread and highlight textbook chapters. However, such strategies, known as passive learning, are ineffective at helping comprehension and solidifying knowledge. SQ3R is a study method that can help you process and retain information. The acronym stands for the five steps: skim, question, read, recite, and review.
By Daisy Wong
“IT’S A SNOW DAY!” As teens, we may still want to run out into the snow like when we were little, but we can take advantage of our snow day and turn it into a productive day. Here’s how you can enjoy your snow day while also spending it productively!
By Daisy Wong
HELP! It’s often easy to procrastinate or let things pile up on top of each other, which causes unnecessary stress. The feeling of burying yourself under a pile of blankets or distracting yourself in hopes that everything will magically go away will be overwhelming. Here are four easy tips to use when you feel you have too much work on your plate.
By Selina Chan
Teens have the tendency of getting sidetracked when they start using their phones. This is significant because there is less time to complete work, which can lead to more stress and pressure. Here are some tips to help break free from your phone.
By Sara Karbowski
How can we become more productive? The key is to enjoy being productive and look forward to feeling accomplished. If you have to get work done, you might as well make it fun! Here are some tips that can make being productive more enjoyable.