After they earn a master's degree, many people wonder about the next logical step in their education.
By J. Stasiw
Online Learning Tips Editor
Sometimes having the support of your family and friends isnâ€™t enough to carry on with the day-to-day responsibilities of classwork. If they arenâ€™t actively participating in the class readings, papers and class discussions they wonâ€™t be able to relate and share sound advice and restrictions to follow. What you need as an online student is a pacing buddy.
By Liz Ryan
Time-management techniques let you get more done at home and in school, but I like them for another reason. When you have a handle on your day and you know that youâ€™re doing exactly what you should be doing nearly all the time, that knowledgeÂ also lowers your stress level! Think of your time-management activities as tools to help you get through your busy day and week with the lowest stress level possible.
By Ryan Laspina
Senior Specialist, Red Flags and External Reviews at APUS
Acting professionally not only improves your collegiate experience, but also the experiences of your classmates and professors. What exactly does it mean to â€œact professional?â€ Here are some tips. Many of these are common sense, but that does not mean that they are not worth mentioning.
By Dr. Bruce A. Johnson
Online Learning Tips, Guest Contributor
Students are also told that they need to demonstrate critical thinking and that may also seem to be vague, unless there is an explanation and format or example provided for you to use. I have been an online educator and worked with students about these very issues. While grading standards may vary among instructors and schools, there is a general standard that all college students should strive for with all of their work in the classroom.