Intellectual Ammunition: How To Study Effectively

Learning how to study effectively is a skill you can apply both toward schoolwork and toward the pursuit of your goals. Learning is a skill that you will want to continually hone throughout your life by taking courses, reading books, and engaging in self-directed learning projects.

What Will the Future of School Look Like?

The future of school is looking up – while much of the world is considering in-class, in-person, is the future actually online? Online communities offer a more flexible way to learn and attain skills for life. Learn more about the future of school in the infographic below, courtesy of Sora Schools.

How to Get a Free Education Online

These days, there is no guarantee that an expensive college degree will get you the career that you want. Explore how you can give yourself a college level education online through the infographic below, courtesy of CollegeCliffs.

How Education is Evolving in the Digital Age

There’s no denying that digital technology is shaping your overall lifestyle, even your education. The educational system is adapting to the digital age as students are becoming more internet-savvy. Pushed by the pandemic, teachers and administrators were forced to rely on online digital learning alone. The following infographic illustrates how education is evolving in the digital age.

How Were Children Educated in Ancient Times?

This infographic shows how 15 different ancient civilizations and taught education to their children. In many, education was only reserved for boys of wealthy and royal families. Subjects like math, reading, writing, were typical. Some ancient civilizations also included sports, combat and extreme discipline to create warriors.

A Guide To the 7 Types of Learning Disabilities

Children with learning and attention issues can be just as successful academically and personally when given the right opportunities. This infographic explores the unique characteristics of the 7 learning disabilities as defined by the Learning Disabilities Association of America to advocate for awareness, understanding, and compassion.