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Free booklets with high school and college success tips for students

Free booklets with high school and college success tips for students | Articles for students | Scoop.it
Barcharts is a company that prints up those colorful laminated quick study booklets you see at the bookstore and even supermarket. I've purchased a few over the years (Physics, Computer, Accounting) and found them to be very useful.

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Study Vibe - How to study - study skills for primary and high school students

Study Vibe - How to study - study skills for primary and high school students | Articles for students | Scoop.it

This website is valuable for high school students even though it may, at first, appear to be geared to younger ages.  The links and suggestions can be adapted for older students and has some ideas embedded in the webpage that might spark a different approach for you as you consider how you can help students from diverse student populations to develop study skills and become independent thinkers.


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A Common Personal Finance Mistake New 'Treps Make

A Common Personal Finance Mistake New 'Treps Make | Articles for students | Scoop.it
Starting your own business will affect many parts of your life, including how you manage your finances.Get the latest blog articles on business ideas and...
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The Most Disenfranchised Group In America? It's Not Who You Think

The Most Disenfranchised Group In America? It's Not Who You Think | Articles for students | Scoop.it

This Huffington Post article shows how important it is that the teens of today be taught financial literacy--not just on a personal scale, but on a civic scale. Teens  need to be told the truth about how money works and how their country is managing it since they will be the ones shouldering the burden when they come of age.


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The Most Valuable Lesson I Learned from Playing the Violin - Transfer Skills Learning in the Arts to Creativity, Learning, and Study Skills for High School Students!

The Most Valuable Lesson I Learned from Playing the Violin - Transfer Skills Learning in the Arts to Creativity, Learning, and Study Skills for High School Students! | Articles for students | Scoop.it

When I finally learned how to practice the piano as a music major and realized the generalizability of these concepts and skills, my grades and ability to learn and retain information improved.  Moreover, my life shifted more toward the creative and non-traditional realm of writing, imagining, thinking, playing, and conversing as an adolescent and young adult.  As educators, we need to help our students make this transfer as well.  Why wait so long?  Perhaps that is why Montesorri schools and Discovery Learning approaches have been so successful.  What would happen to the field of special education if we helped students in these endeavors and empowered them to be self-determined thinkers and learners? 

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The Truth About Budgeting - daveramsey.com

The Truth About Budgeting - daveramsey.com | Articles for students | Scoop.it
Find out Dave Ramsey's advice on setting up a budgeting plan that really works. (Myth: "I don't have time to work on a budget." Truth: You don't have time not to make a budget!
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Shopper's Market: Teen Credit 101

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This news video clip (or transcript depending on how you choose to view it) briefly outlines the basic financial literacy concepts teens need to be taught.


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