Author: Mind Shift

Tower Of Babble: Nonnative Speakers Navigate The World Of 'Good' And 'Bad' English

Dreams dashed by the English proficiency test Daiva Repečkaitė, a Lithuanian journalist based in Malta, started


If Your Brain Feels Foggy And You're Tired All The Time, You're Not Alone

This kind of mental fog is real and can have a few different causes. But at


Why Dropping College Degree Requirements Can Make the Workplace More Equitable

The tech industry is filled with people who have the same type of education and advantages.


How Teaching the Work of Living Poets Can Make English Class More Exciting and Inclusive

Why is it important to teach living poets? Smith: Not only does it help teachers rejuvenate


Pandemic Pomp and Circumstance: Graduation Looks Different This Year (Again)

“I haven’t been sleeping much this week at all. I’m just happy. Excited,” says Christmon. But


Tips for Finding Your Way to a (High-Paying) Trade Job

Many of these jobs aren’t just available — they also pay well. With an associate degree,


Distracted? These Four Learning Strategies Can Help

Chew said that learners’ attitudes and beliefs about a particular class are usually because of misconceptions


'We Need To Be Nurtured, Too': Many Teachers Say They're Reaching A Breaking Point

“And I say [that] as someone who started her first day of teaching on 9/11 in


How Schools Can Help Kids Heal After A Year Of 'Crisis And Uncertainty'

“Kids have had extended exposure to chaos, crisis and uncertainty,” says Matt Biel, a child psychiatrist


How Nonviolent Communication Can Help Adults Better Understand Students’ Needs

All of our needs matter, Rosenberg taught. It’s this concept—and the strategies I’ve learned for how