How technology changes the way we study

Technology has changed and, in most cases, advanced so many aspects of our lives. Now it’s easier to keep in touch with family and friends. It’s easier to shop for Christmas presents. It’s easier to book hotels in towns you’ve never before visited.

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Education Things you need to do to be successful in college College is no joke. And while it can be the best time of your life, it’s also not the non-stop party you’ve seen advertised. Especially if your grades start tanking. It’s easy to get overwhelmed by how much is going on, all while living on your own for the first time.
March 28, 2018 Read Now
Education Why you shouldn’t cheat Do you cheat? Do your friends? A 2015 ABC News poll of 12-17-year-olds reports that say 60% have friends who have cheated and 30% have cheated themselves. But just because something seems common, doesn’t mean it’s a good idea. Cheating is a temporary fix for a bigger problem, and it’ll
March 05, 2018 Read Now
Parents Why every student needs a tutor Tutoring, because of how expensive and inaccessible it can be, might seem frivolous. But actually, even if your student is doing well in school, tutoring can be a great tool to strengthen students’ long-term performance and overall capacity for learning.
January 17, 2018 Read Now
Study Tips How to Reduce Test Anxiety. The Day of the Test. Eat a filling breakfast. Who wants to be in the middle of the test with a rumbling stomach? Talk about distracting. Avoid this by having a complete breakfast. Your stomach will have enough time to digest and get all the necessary nutrients for you to be at your best during the test.
August 29, 2017 Read Now
Study Tips How to Reduce Test Anxiety. Before Test Day. You may not know the secrets to battling your high school’s social scene. You may not even know what your goals after high school are. But one thing you can learn is how to have a stress-free test experience. With these action steps, you will significantly reduce your test anxiety and […]
August 25, 2017 Read Now
EdTech How technology changes the way we study Technology has changed and, in most cases, advanced so many aspects of our lives. Now it’s easier to keep in touch with family and friends. It’s easier to shop for Christmas presents. It’s easier to book hotels in towns you’ve never before visited.
August 17, 2017 Read Now
Events Pundits at the White House Pundits participates at first-ever White House Foster Care and Technology Hackathon Along with our partners Colab LA, Pundits creator Growth Education Technology participated at the first-ever White House Foster Care & Technology Hackathon. Part of the White House’s
August 14, 2017 Read Now
Study Tips Best Practices to Memorize Anything Did your English teacher just ask you to memorize and perform an impossibly long Shakespeare sonnet? Is a big chemistry test coming up and you just can’t remember the difference between ionic and covalent bonds, no matter how many times you read the assigned chapters?
August 08, 2017 Read Now
Events STEAM Carnival + Pundits Pundits is proud to participate in the Irvine Public Schools Foundation’s (IPSF) 3rdAnnual STEAM Carnival this Saturday, April 22nd at Orange County’s Great Park. The carnival will feature hands-on activities in Science, Technology, Engineering, Arts, and Mathematics.
August 03, 2017 Read Now
Study Tips 5 Ways Being Organized Can Help you Succeed at School We’ve all been there. Your email inbox is bursting. Your desk is a mess. Your math binder is overstuffed and nothing is in order. You can’t figure out where anything is, and you’re frustrated, annoyed and out of energy. Disorganization doesn’t seem like an immediate problem most […]
August 01, 2017 Read Now
Math Why you struggle with math? For many of us, learning math feels like an impossible achievement. What the teacher says goes right over our heads, and every day seems to get more confusing than the next. While the confusion and frustration of learning and applying math can be enough to make you […]
July 30, 2017 Read Now