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10 Productivity Tips to Overcome Procrastination for Students

Try one of these 10 productivity tips

Procrastination is a bad habit, we all know that. Yet, for some reason, many of us continue to procrastinate, causing ourselves unnecessary trouble and stress. Sadly, teachers and professors teach students many things but overcoming procrastination habits is difficult for many individuals to learn.

Procrastination is too often a real issue for higher education students. If you want to keep up with your college assignments, you need to learn how to overcome it.

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8 Test Preparation Tips to Apply this Testing Season

Prepare for testing season with study guides

With testing season in full swing, we know all too well that student stress levels are at their peak. Some students may even feel burnt out. Often, test preparation has been viewed as overwhelming for both teachers and students alike.

However, with the right tools and priorities, though, test preparation can be painless and productive!

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Organization Skills for Students: 7 Practical Tips

Try these tips to strengthen organization skills for students

Staying organized is important for any student to be successful. However, many struggle to stay organized. In fact, our recent survey highlights that a lack of organization is the leading barrier to student success.

For some, it’s an issue of getting started and for others, it’s difficult maintaining an organization system. Organizational skills for students apply to any age. It’s never too late to practice organization in the classroom.
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Survey Results: Top 10 Barriers to Student Success

Top 10 Barriers to Student Success

Driving and improving student success is a top goal for educators. Factors that contribute to success vary, ranging from student preparation to motivation to engagement. In truth, student success takes on many forms like meeting academic or curriculum goals and developing social skills.

Last month, we surveyed education professionals. Survey respondents included principals, assistant principals, superintendents, teachers, coordinators, administrative assistants, secretaries, coaches, and more.
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