Anxious about upcoming exams? New 'distance learning'? Or perhaps about the current uncertain times? Download our Infographic for our favourite skills for managing anxiety - all of which are easy to learn and can be done at home!
Hopefully this doesn’t come as a surprise, but school is likely to look (at least a little) different come this fall. For the moment, Ontario students, families and teachers are left with a lot of uncertainty - and uncertainty is stressful.
While there’s certainly some positives to being able to ‘attend’ school from the comfort of your home, it certainly poses some challenges as well, particularly staying productive and limiting distractions, and finding effective study habits.
Exam season can be one of the most stressful times of the year for students. Sometimes it can be hard to find your study groove without getting overwhelmed and anxious. We have some exam tips and tricks for pre, during and post exams that may help!
Graduate students have been shown to be 3 times more likely than the average person to experience poor mental health, and that the symptoms of poor mental health worsen the longer the students are in their respective programs. Yet, it's rarely discussed.
Things are likely looking quite different than you would have previously expected. Perhaps some (or even all) of your classes are being run solely online? Perhaps you are feeling unprepared? You are NOT going through these emotions alone.
As a student during Covid-19, it can be difficult to keep focused and continue to learn like business as usual. Thankfully, there are several tips that make the home working experience, and summer quarantine, far smoother and more manageable.