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10 Good Templates for Science, Social Studies, and Language Arts Lessons

Earlier this week I published a post about Read Write Think’s theme poem online activity. Obviously, that activity is a great fit for a language arts lesson. RWT is known for language arts interactive activities and templates. Dig a l...

A 23-Year-Old Student Just Won A Permit For A Cannabis Retail Store

A graduating student in Saskatchewan just secured one of seven highly-desired permits to sell cannabis…and it will be her first-ever business. Meet Cierra Sieben-Chuback: Photo Credit: Tom Waldron (CBC) Born and raised in Saskatoon, she...

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Plots and sub-plots, oh no!

Cookies for anyone who reads this. Just browse through it – don’t read it all! I made it as short as I could. If you’ve read any of my posts before, you know I can be wordy. The biggest questions I would like answered are:...

3 Characteristics of “Extraordinary” Heroes, According to Donald Maass

By Dustin Grinnell images from Project Gutenberg’s edition of The Lost World (1912) by Sir Arthur Conan Doyle The Lost World (1912) by Sir Arthur Conan Doyle is a fantasy-adventure novel filled with danger, mystery and intrigue. The sto...

This Ontario Student Received More Than $2M In Scholarship Offers

Ever wonder if it was even possible to receive more than $2,000,000 in student scholarship offers? Of course not, because that’s nuts. Until now. Rachel Burns, a graduating art student from Etobicoke School of the Arts has accumulated sch...

Essential Apps Every Student Needs

Apps—they’re a part of our fabric now. They are part of our DNA. And when you get down to it, there are some apps out there that make our lives easier. That’s all we want, right? To be a little more efficient, a little more mindful,...

Ontario’s 2018 Budget: 5 Important Updates For Students

On Mar. 28, the Ontario Liberal government announced their final provincial budget before the upcoming general election on June 7. Following the announcement, Ontario Premier Kathleen Wynne said the budget would focus on “care and opportu...

Crime Short Story: “Not in My Neighborhood!”

“Not in My Neighborhood!” by Diana Bredeson is the First Prize-winning story in the Mystery/Crime category in the 13th Annual Writer’s Digest Popular Fiction Awards. For complete coverage of the awards, see the May/June 2018 issue ...

Here’s What Actually Happens When You Get Caught Cheating

Ever wondered what actually happens if you get caught cheating on a test? Do you skip over the academic integrity section in the syllabus? Zone out when the professor goes over it on the first day of a new course? Of course you do. You’re...

Failed a Test or Exam?! Stay Calm and Follow the Fail Forward Framework

Disclaimer: If you’re going skim this article, I recommend stealing from the pro tips sections at the very least. Last year, my cousin Zoe—a first-year McMaster student—sent me a panicked text message. She was freaking out about faili...

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