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Should You Take Handwritten Notes?

The rise of the keyboard in the lecture hall has changed the way that students take notes. Most students prefer to use a laptop when given the chance, because it is easier to transcribe the lecture...

How Piano Teachers Can Integrate Tablets in Their Lessons

Tablets are getting quite popular among piano teachers . With all the apps available and tools on the devices, the student can get more from their lessons and from the teacher. Here are some great...

8 Qualities of a Successful Professional Writer

When you picture a writer, the typical aesthetics can come to mind: handwriting in notebooks, drinking coffee all morning, spending hours on a Word document in a coffee shop, reading, buying too many...

Weekly Devotional: Having Faith Does Not Mean Things Will Be Easy

“For nothing will be impossible with God.” – Luke 1:37 There are so many difficulties in life and we are constantly going through trials and tribulations no matter if they are big or small. Sometimes...

Quick Tips for Creating a Strong Programming Portfolio

The word “portfolio” often brings to mind an image of an artist’s portfolio packed with watercolors and sketches. However, STEM graduates also need portfolios to showcase their skills to potential...

What Is an EdD in Organizational Leadership – Organizational Development?

The Doctor of Education in Organizational Leadership is a prestigious degree program offered by the College of Doctoral Studies at Grand Canyon University. Several emphasis options are available to...

The Real Benefits of an MBA Degree

A Masters of Business Administration (MBA) degree from Grand Canyon University helps students develop into successful leaders. They learn a wide range of skills including finance, economics,...

Top 5 Lessons About Finances to Teach Students

April was Financial Literacy Month, but teachers should think about bringing financial literacy into the classroom all year round. Financial literacy lessons can include any money-related topics from...

Juniper Hall: Home of a Million Opportunities

“There’s a million things I haven’t done, but just you wait .” – Hamilton, an American musical. This quote demonstrates the grit-filled mindset many honors students carry into the college experience....

Everything You Need to Know About Tea

State and Local Public Policy Major, College of Humanities and Social Sciences There are many types of tea, but what most people don’t know is that “tea” comes from the same plant (called camellia...

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