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Ten Big Signs It’s Time for a Career Change – Which Applies to You?

This post was orginally published on https://careerfoundry.com/en/blog/career-change/career-change/#ten-signs-you-might-need-a-career-change Thinking about changing careers? It’s time to find your passion and make that your job. The autumn leaves are beginning to fall, that “back to school” feeling is in the air and squeaky new shoes tramp the pavement as the chill wind blows. There’s an excitement about this time …

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How To Pay For College Without Student Loans

This post was orginally published on https://www.forbes.com/sites/robertfarrington/2022/06/24/how-to-pay-for-college-without-student-loans/?sh=507bded259d9 If you’re currently enrolled in college, planning to start college this fall, or you are approaching college age, you’re right to worry about the future of student loans. After all, college costs keep going up every year, and all the proposed “fixes” seem to deal with having debt forgiven …

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How Online Learning Is Reshaping Higher Education

This post was orginally published on https://www.usnews.com/news/education-news/articles/2022-02-15/how-online-learning-is-reshaping-higher-education As the pandemic eases, many institutions are realizing that properly planned online platforms will allow them to better serve all students, including nontraditional learners. Two years ago, as COVID-19 caused campuses to close, some institutions were able to shift their students to already robust online learning programs. But many other …

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How to cope with student life

This post was orginally published on https://www.mind.org.uk/information-support/tips-for-everyday-living/student-life/student-lifestyle/ How can I cope with the student lifestyle? Student life is full of new and exciting experiences and there is often lots going on. It is important to take the time to look after yourself to help you cope with the changes in lifestyle. Some areas that you could …

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7 Tips For Surviving Your Online Classes

This post was orginally published on https://www.collegeraptor.com/getting-in/articles/online-colleges/tips-for-surviving-your-online-classes/ Online classes have become more and more popular in recent years and it is no surprise why. Students can fit one more class into a busy schedule, take a class at a community college for a lower tuition rate, or even get their entire degrees online. Taking an online class …

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Yes, College is Worth It: Busting Myths about Higher Education

This post was orginally published on https://www.knox.edu/magazine/spring-2018/features/yes-college-is-worth-it “Student debt is out of control.” “Unemployment rates for college graduates are high.” “College is not worth the money.” It’s not a myth that faith in higher education is on the decline, but the headlines we read in the newspaper or see on social media are just that-headlines. Many …

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25 Positive Affirmations For College Students

This post was orginally published on https://thehavenatcollege.com/positive-affirmations-for-college-students/ Need a little motivation? College can be an overwhelming experience for students. Between the ten-page papers, presentations, and demanding schedules, it’s not uncommon for students to experience burnout. In this article, we’re sharing 25 positive affirmations for college students that may help provide the motivation you need to push forward. POSITIVE …

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Adult Learners Need More Instructional Support

This post was orginally published on https://www.facultyfocus.com/articles/effective-teaching-strategies/adult-learners-need-more-instructional-support/   Expectations of adult learners are generally high. They are assumed to be naturally focused, motivated, and self-directed. While this may be true, some adult students still need significant encouragement and scaffolding and should not be told to simply read for their degrees. There are adults who are just …

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Learning helps wellbeing of adults with mental health problems

This post was orginally published on https://www.ucl.ac.uk/ioe/news/2020/jan/learning-helps-wellbeing-adults-mental-health-problems Classroom learning can positively influence the wellbeing of adults with moderate to severe mental health problems, research by UCL Institute of Education (IOE) shows.   The interpretative narrative study examined 15 adults with mental health problems. It found that taking Further Education (FE) courses helped the participants by increasing …

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How has the pandemic changed the way you’ll learn?

This post was orginally published on https://www.theguardian.com/education/2021/sep/11/how-has-the-pandemic-changed-the-way-youll-learn As students gradually return to campus, many universities will be offering blended learning – mixing face-to-face lectures with the best of digital teaching While universities are planning to revert to their pre-pandemic state by autumn 2022, many are also thinking hard about the positive lessons that can be drawn …

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