Mindfulness for Students: 5 Benefits & 6 Techniques

Convenient and quick access to any kind of information can reduce our attention span. These attention issues can negatively affect our mental, physical, social, and educational experiences. We need to learn how to overcome these obstacles to maintain the harmony in our lives. The following infographic provides students with advice about starting a mindfulness practice.

How to Enjoy Studying

We learn throughout our lives. So, why not make the process more enjoyable? Remembering dates or facts, reading dozens of articles, and solving complex tasks are obviously hard for everyone. What’s more, our brain prefers things it’s already familiar with. That’s why it chooses to scroll social media and not write a 5-page essay.

8 Online Learning Trends Created By eLearners

The elearning industry is one of the fastest growing industries at the moment. With everything happening in the world during the pandemic, people have been focusing more on online learning platforms. They are looking for a way to learn something new every day while staying connected with other fellow learners.

Ultimate Guide for PhD Students

PhD, an abbreviation for Doctor of Philosophy, is an academic or professional degree awarded by universities and colleges on submission of thesis or dissertation based on extensive research in a chosen field. In general, PhD is the highest degree a student can achieve. This infographic brings you a few strategies to work through your PhD.

How Did Education Change During the Pandemic?

Almost monthly, UNESCO, in particular the Bureau of Education, publishes reports on the threats to the education sector through the coronavirus. One of the statements said that due to the disrupted educational process for millions of pupils and students, the world is threatened with degradation, as the level of education of the population will significantly decrease. The following infographic explores how education changed during the Coronavirus pandemic.

Traditional Education vs STEM Learning

Traditional schooling is woefully inadequate for the fast-paced, information-overloaded, and ever-changing environments that kids face today. It has proved ineffective at arming children with the skills, knowledge and mindset necessary for uncertain times and career paths. The STEM approach to learning takes a hands-on, discovery-based approach that helps kids develop their innate curiosity and interest, retain knowledge for much longer, and apply it in real-life situations.

Why Game-Based Learning Will Make Your Child Smarter

Game Based learning in simple terms is the use of gaming with educational goals that support a child’s development and growth. Game based learning promotes analytical thinking and logical reasoning. It also enhances problem solving and collaborative thinking among kids. In this infographic, Lido Blog explores why game-based learning will make your child smarter.