It’s no secret that homework causes stress for many students. Whether it’s a big test around the corner or an upcoming deadline for an assignment, sometimes it can be impossible to avoid homework stress. From Grades one through twelve, homework is a big part of children’s education. But when homework causes frustration and leads to […]Continue Reading
How can students stop procrastinating? Procrastination is a habit that every student struggles with at some point. But beating student procrastination isn’t impossible! Procrastination can have many negative impacts on students, including poor performance, lowered grades, and increased stress. These consequences can snowball quickly, leading to a cycle of poor grades and low self-confidence that […]Continue Reading
How do you balance screen time and online learning? Online learning is now a key part of everyday life for all students. Has monitoring screen time gone out the window? Ten years ago, a large study showed that students aged 8-18 used technology upwards of seven hours a day. This statistic gave rise to the […]Continue Reading
Did you know that laughter can improve learning? It’s true! Humour and laughter are not just linked to helping you relax and feel better, they are also linked to helping the brain improve retention and recall… in other words, how well a student remembers a lesson and how long they remember it for. Laughter is […]Continue Reading
Whether it’s writing worksheets or discovering natural wonders, Oxford Learning is pleased to bring you this online learning resource roundup for students of all ages. There’s a different online learning resource to discover every day of the week!