The Nature of Leadership: Engaging our Youth to Become Better Leaders

Excellent leadership skills can come naturally to some, but early experiences impact our adult leadership potential. At a young age, children learn to develop leadership skills by being nurtured and encouraged by adults such as parents, family members, teachers and caregivers. Qualities imposed by adults, such as moral development, communication, and diversity can all greatly affect the way children become…

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20 Homework Tweets That Made Us LOL

We couldn’t stop laughing at some of the things our Twitter team came across, so we decided to compile a list that made us llol (literally laugh out loud) in the hopes that you do too. eNotes has tons of resources to help you write your essays and answer tough homework problems, so you don’t have to take…

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5 Hilarious High School “Music Videos”

Anything can happen when you give some teachers and their students jammin’ tunes and a camera. Check out some of our favorite funny high school “music videos.” 1. Teachers from Markham District High School in Markham, Ontario perform their own music video to Good Time by Owl City and Carly Rae Jepson.

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Fact or Fiction? Famous Test-taking Strategies Reexamined

You have approximately 113 standardized tests to take before you graduate high school. That’s not even counting your pop quizzes, AP classes, or college entrance exams. Everyone thinks they have a few magical test-taking strategies up their sleeve (socks inside out, lucky undies, answers written on the inside of – wait, no!) Find out whether the strategies you…

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January’s Study Tip: How to Beat the Winter Quarter Blues

Winter is the cruelest of quarters. One day you’re making merry and ringing in the new year, the next you’re expected to have read all of your coursework and to bounce back to student life with the youth and agility of, well, a student…

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