When students get tired of school, they find all means to take the shortcut. This is why numerours students end up copying their homework and plagiarizing their essays. This is why websites such as Bestessays.com thrive. They offer services that will ease the difficulties of student, making it tempting for them to sign up and buy customized papers. Technology has definitely made cheating a lot easier.
It’s not just in the output that students slack off in school. It’s in their mentality that clearly shows their disinterest to learn and attend classes. When they start to not care about their grades, it must be a cause of concern for teachers.
Instead of lecturing these lost souls, it’s up to educators and mentors to find ways on how to lure them back into learning. It can be through constant motivation and pep talk. Sometimes, it can be a great story that will push them to work harder.
For now, maybe these inspirational quotes on learning and hard work can do the trick.
Our content work at Pickle Jar shows us just how much students and other audiences seem to love inspirational quotes, so this little list of suggested quotes to inspire students may be handy for your university or college's content plan.
I wasn’t surprised by the flood of mail my daughter received from colleges her junior year of high school. The amount of mail her nonexistent brother, “William,” received did come as something of a shock.
What does research show are the emotions that content must create to encouraging sharing? Marketing has forever been about making people aware of one’s bra. Marketing topic(s):Viral & word-of-mouth marketing.
Aggregate short form video (2 minutes or less) has the potential to make a more meaningful impact on your higher ed audience than longer formats. When parsed a…
Tracy Playle's insight:
I had the pleasure of attending Ravi's session at ConfabEDU this year. It was a fantastic and insightful session into using short form video in higher education marketing. Here are his slides. You can follow Ravi on Twitter @ravidjain
It’s beginning to look a lot like Christmas... for the Pickle Jar team, anyway. I decorated my own house on Monday, we’ve put up the Christmas tree in the office, and we’ve dressed Scout as Rudolph. (OK, maybe that last one didn’t happen.
Planning your social media strategy has never involved so many pieces. Last week, I spoke at SMX Social Media in Las Vegas, Nevada. It was my second year speaking at the conference, and third year attending. On my flight home, I did two things: Slept off the effects of three nights in Vegas. Reflected on…
Tracy Playle's insight:
This is a really useful post curating some great slide decks on tips for using different social media sites. Very handy.
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