for seniors, it's the month of graduation, but for the rest of the collegiate classes it's finals time! Here's a handy infographic to help. High school & college/university professors, please take notes.
15 Ways to Overcome Procrastination and Get Stuff Done (Infographic) - Assumes you want to not procrastinate, anyway. I've waited for two weeks to pin this one. Guess I better quit procrastinating, hahahahaha!
Midterms go one of two ways: you come out feeling uneasy, but did surprisingly well, or you come out feeling uneasy and totally bombed. If you& the latter (don& worry, I& been there), hopefully you will reevaluate what you did to prepare for that.
A Chic Lifestyle - Mentoring Students to Think and Achieve BIG: How to get an A* - (Without Going Insane. Or Breaking a Nail. Mostly) What I did (in Month I think this is geared at high schoolers but it still has great stuff for college goers
Good instructional design involves an analysis of the learner. We should ask, "Does this instructional design match my students' learning styles"? Use this infographic to reflect on various learning styles.
STUDY METHODS (PART II) - if you know some other study methods, PLEASE LET ME KNOW! that way i could make a third Study methods post! (I already know some, but they are not enough for a third part) As always, excuse my english if necessary.