Tag Archives: interest-school

  1. What’s A Unique Homework Routine That Works?

    Even with the best homework routine, homework is getting harder and harder and weirder and weirder. So we asked some tutors and parents what has worked for them before.
  2. What Do These Common School Acronyms Mean?

    Schools are ground zero for alphabet soup—educators seemingly love to name things using acronyms. STEM, GPA, KWL. While all of this jargon can seem kind of daunting, it’s not too bad once you learn the ropes. And we are here to help. So, get out your pencil and notebook, raise your hand for roll call, and prepare for School Acronyms 101. STEM You may think …

  3. What’s The Funniest (Or Most Embarrassing) Thing You’ve Said During Class?

    School may not physically be in session right now, but you can still say funny (and really embarrassing) things in a Zoom class too! Watch these people's most embarrassing classroom moments. Can you relate?
  4. How Do I Write A Good Thesis Statement?

    A thesis statement is the most important part of an essay. It’s the roadmap, telling the reader what they can expect to read in the rest of paper, setting the tone for the writing, and generally providing a sense of the main idea. Because it is so important, writing a good thesis statement can be tricky. Before we get into the specifics, let’s review the …

  5. Homework Hack: How To Answer These Common Essay Prompts

  6. Words To Help You Explain Your Kid’s First Grade Homework

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    Words To Know For High School

  8. 10 Emoji Teachers And Students Can’t Live Without

  9. This Teacher Is Helping Us Rephrase The Most Common Classroom Questions

    Dr. Crumley is here to offer some helpful hints about how to keep your teachers’ eye-rolling to a minimum this year. These questions will be sure to get you closer to that A.
  10. Principal vs. Principle

    Is the head of a school called a principal or a principle? These two words are frustratingly similar, leaving even the most experienced English speakers to second-guess which word means what. So, today, we’ll discuss the distinct meanings between these easy-to-confuse terms—and leave you with a little trick to help differentiate between your principals and your principles. What is a principal? A principal is “a …