Learning Tips For Young Students

Competitions are very vital for overall growth of students. They bring the best out of the students and push them to perform to the best of their capabilities. But in the current scenario, seeing the cruel competition students go through, they seem to be a burden. At present, competition in schools has reached unprecedented levels. Students in this scenario seem to carry a lot of pressure on their shoulders, to excel, especially in academics.

Through this article I will give you some effective study tips that will help you excel in academics and beat your peers. Below are a few key points:

1. Learn in multiple ways:

Don’t learn just from a single source, learn in multiple ways. Besides books, also learn from online courses, audio files, etc. Although books have their own significance and they can never be replaced, the immense power of other modes of learning must also be acknowledged. Animated online courses have emerged out to be very efficient tools of learning. The animation draws a distinct picture or the concept in the mind of the students and hence helps them retain maximum of what they learn. Similarly audio files helps pulls together your concentration and help you learn even on the move.

2. Learn through jingles and mnemonics:

Although using jingles and mnemonics for learning sounds quite childish, yet it is considered as one of the most effective techniques of learning, especially when one gets stuck with something. Long lists, unrelated words, awkward names, etc. are easy to learn with the help of jingles and mnemonics. Otherwise, someone often tends to forget information like that or disrupt the chronology.

3. Teach others:

Teaching others what you have learned is a good method of revision. Students often fail to revise honestly. They peek into books occasionally while … READ MORE ...

Is Getting More Education a Must for Job Security?

With younger workers entering the workforce every year, and each of them with increasing well-glazed qualifications, many old-timers in the workforce are feeling the pressure of losing their jobs. Most people believe that to compete with fresh faces, further education or retraining is a sure-fire to keep them relevant.

After all, you have more experience than recent graduates, and now, you have degrees like they do. Plus, if you always show up on time and have good relationships with coworkers, there is no way you will be out of class by some beginners. Or, at least, that’s what most of us like to think.

But if you look at the details of why older people are losing their jobs, you would see why getting an extra degree may be all just about giving yourself a false sense of security. People need to feel that they are in control of their lives, or at least, they need to feel that they are putting in an effort to change their fates. The truth, however, couldn’t be further from what they think.

Staying Relevant

First like talk about staying relevant. Unless you are in an industry that is facing revolutionary changes in technology, such as in the 80s when computers began to replace most of the paperwork processes in the economy; You can’t be irrelevant in your work when you actually do it every day (well, almost).

An engineer who works every day, but without the last degree from college; less relevant than recent graduates? If you are the boss, will you really rely on new graduates? Of course, a company needs to constantly bring young blood, but the new man will need training from the old man, that’s for sure. Whatever it is, a financial diploma or MBA will not make engineers … READ MORE ...