14
Feb

2014

Tips For Success On Home Study Courses

The concept of adult education has been around for decades. In the early days those who did not wish to take classes in a school setting, or didn’t have the time, would subscribe to so-called “correspondence courses,” in which most of the schooling, testing, grading, and other correspondence would take place through the mail. With […]

12
Feb

2014

The Online High School Trends to Notice

Online education is a trend being embraced by a large number of the nation’s high school students. This is a trend that is becoming increasingly available and used around the U.S., taking the classroom experience away, and allowing high school students to learn from the comfort of their home. Some of the biggest trends surrounding […]

7
Feb

2014

Study from Home – The Future of Post Grade School Learning

The concept of homeschooling of grade school children elicits a variety of reactions when it is mentioned in most social circles, and rarely is any of those reactions very favorable. Some people laugh it off as something that socially awkward and overprotective parents force on their children, while others see it as a detriment to […]

5
Feb

2014

Some Study Suggestions For Success On The GED Exam

For those ambitious individuals who are determined to earn their high school diploma, relevant coursework and study preparation can be done one of three ways. Students can take correspondence classes through the mail, enroll in and attend public adult education classes, or study at home using the myriad online resources that are available for GED […]

3
Feb

2014

Reducing Student Seat Time Leads To Interesting Results For Schools

It has been recorded by a number of educators, parents and leaders that one of the greatest barriers to the path of student centered and personalized learning is the requirements of student seat time. When seat time requirements are removed from state regulations, it seems that a number of new opportunities for students to be […]

30
Oct

2013

Knowledge Dictionary
High School Vocabulary Words of the Week #24

Each week, we bring you ten new words to study to increase your vocabulary. In order to truly “learn” these words, make sure to do the following exercises each week: Create a flashcard with the word and the definition for each word. Write three sentences that showcase the meaning of each word. Write at least […]

28
Oct

2013

time management
Time Management Tips for the Adult Student

Finding time to study amidst an already busy schedule can sometimes feel overwhelming to any student. The key is to make sure you’re taking advantage of every opportunity. That means having a plan of action ready that fits your life and learning styles. Luckily, with distance learning you can do just that. Online high school […]

23
Oct

2013

Knowledge Dictionary
High School Vocabulary Words of the Week #23

Each week, we bring you ten new words to study to increase your vocabulary. In order to truly “learn” these words, make sure to do the following exercises each week: Create a flashcard with the word and the definition for each word. Write three sentences that showcase the meaning of each word. Write at least […]

21
Oct

2013

online learning style
What’s Your Online Learning Style?

One of the greatest benefits of online learning (besides the flexibility) is the ability to learn the way that works best for you. Everyone has different learning styles, and using the one that works best for you can make huge difference in your entire online learning experience. To help you determine how to set up […]

16
Oct

2013

Knowledge Dictionary
High School Vocabulary Words of the Week #22

Each week, we bring you ten new words to study to increase your vocabulary. In order to truly “learn” these words, make sure to do the following exercises each week: Create a flashcard with the word and the definition for each word. Write three sentences that showcase the meaning of each word. Write at least […]