Nov

12

Inputs vs. Outputs……(oh ya and understanding too)

A theory of brain usage from a guidance counselor’s perspective  Learning spaces are always a balance between students taking “in” information and students transferring information already “in” outwards through some action.  A standard example would be a student listening to his teacher (input) and a student writing a creative essay (output).  In general schools tend […]

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Nov

11

Six Learning Recommendations To Assist With The College Application Process

The traditional American schooling years are from 5-18.  During this time students usually progress through elementary then middle or junior high school, and finally to high school.  Most high schools encompass the grades of 9-12 (approximate ages 14-18).  High school serves as the end point in mandatory public education, and for many students they perceive […]

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