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Why You Should Use the Pomodoro Technique

Why You Should Use the Pomodoro Technique

In my last blog post, I briefly mentioned the Pomodoro Technique, an awesome technique to use in studying… but how exactly does this technique help us work more efficiently? Basics Pomodoro Technique is a process developed by Francesco Cirillo. It is designed to...
How to Stay Productive When You’re Unmotivated

How to Stay Productive When You’re Unmotivated

Lacking motivation is a common problem that just about every student suffers from. This could be caused by being overwhelmed, going through hard times, or simply just a disappearance of motivation to do work. It’s okay to not be motivated to do work, but the...
AP World History Podcasts

AP World History Podcasts

Podcasts are a great way for students and teachers to build knowledge. As a World History teacher I always have more to learn, especially as I work to decolonize the curriculum while encouraging critical thinking. I want my students to think complexly; therefore,he I...
Should Teachers Assign Homework?

Should Teachers Assign Homework?

The Most Common Question …. How Much Homework? I teach multiple levels of World History to freshmen and AP World History to juniors and seniors. Every year, the most common question I am asked on the first day of school is “How Much Homework Will We Have?” and then...
Tips on Standardized Testing

Tips on Standardized Testing

Exceptional standardized test scores are a major factor in college admissions. Thus, many high school students go through the standardized testing process yearly. Most find it to be an irksome process. As many high-achieving students across the world take their first...
Procrastination: How to Identify and Avoid it

Procrastination: How to Identify and Avoid it

Procrastination – We do it everyday without even realizing. Even I did when writing this blog post. I sat down at my desk to write, but saw that my room was in dire need of vacuuming. After that, I spontaneously decided I wanted to bake cookies, followed by...