Here are some great resources for students. Let us know what else we should add to the list!
- Student made “word of the day” videos on you tube…pretty funny. Adroit, even. Great way to learn your SAT vocabulary.
- The College Board has some helpful resources online…like this one on writing the college essay. Worth checking out as a starting point.
- Check out the Khan Academy…over 1800 videos on every subject from differential calculus to Latin noun declensions. Sometimes, you just need a video reminder, and you will find it here!
- The Elements of Style, by William Strunk, Jr. This classic reference book is a must-have for any student and conscientious writer. Here it is, on line. Questions on grammar or usage? It’s all here.
- Getting an A on an English paper, by Prof. Jack Lynch at Rutgers…great advice on writing great English papers, all in one place. There’s no guarantee following this advice will earn you an A, but the tips you find here can be very useful in improving your papers!
- Project Eye-To-Eye: a nationally based mentoring program that works directly with LD/ADHD youth to build self-esteem, develop self-awareness, and implement academic accommodations.
TAKE A STUDY BREAK
- …watch this You Tube video…then get back to your math homework. P.S.: She should have called us.