Maria Ekman-Ekebom

Maria Ekman-Ekebom

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These fun mittens are quick to make and comfortable to wear. The pattern is knitted flat and has precise increases to give you optimal thumb fitting and neat color changes. The double layering make…

These fun mittens are quick to make and comfortable to wear. The pattern is knitted flat and has precise increases to give you optimal thumb fitting and neat color changes. The double layering make…

Teachers are on the front lines of education every day, and are the most familiar with which student needs are not being met and preventing them from being successful.

Teachers as collaborative curriculum designers and developers are able to directly benefit student learning as well as their own professional development.

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www.innerdrive.co.uk What should students be thinking about the night before an exam (apart from their revision)? Are some thoughts more helpful than others? We’ve looked through the research from the world of sport to find 7 tips to help people achieve the right mindset before a big event. Positive Imagery – Visualising successful performance has been found …

Try thinking about these things the night before your exam to help you succeed. If you want more advice on study tips and motivation visit the USQ Social Hub at social.

Stay calm and finals study tips from Fort Bend Christian Academy. Great infographic from eCollegeFinder!

for seniors, it's the month of graduation, but for the rest of the collegiate classes it's finals time! Here's a handy infographic to help. High school & college/university professors, please take notes.