## What It Means to Be a ‘Super Senior’ In College

“Super seniors” are students who have attended a four-year institution (either high school or college) for more than four years. Fifth-year seniors are also sometimes called such students.  Typically, high school and college students take four years to earn their diplomas. Your first year of school is your “freshman” year, your second year is your … Read more

## An introduction to ordering fractions with its definition and examples

In mathematics, the ordering fractions are widely used to perform calculations of complex mathematical and statistical problems. There are two ways to order decimals, numbers, and fractions. One is the least to greatest and the other is greatest to least. Ordering fraction is a well-known technique that is helpful in determining the addition, subtraction, and … Read more

## Tongue Twisters: “Woodchuck”

A tongue twister is a fun word game that challenges our ability to pronounce words correctly. As a result of the alliteration in their phrasing, people can practice one sound at a time to improve fluency. Actors, singers, and public speakers use tongue twisters to improve their enunciation and articulation so that they can be understood … Read more

## The 6 Living US Presidents

As of now, there are six living presidents, including the oldest president ever elected, Joseph R. Biden Jr. In addition to Donald Trump, Barack Obama, George W. Bush, Bill Clinton, and Jimmy Carter, five other Americans have served as president. Over the course of their White House careers, they have served in the White House … Read more

## Afterward vs. Afterword: How to Choose the Right Word

“Afterword” and “afterward” are homophones (or nearly homophones). Although they sound alike, they are spelled differently and have different meanings. Despite the fact that “afterword” “afterward” have the same meaning, these two words have little in common. How to Use Afterward “Afterward” is interchangeable with the words “after” and “later.” “Afterward” usually refers to events … Read more

## The Combined Gas Law

The combining of these three gas laws is called the combined gas law. Gas at room temperature has an absolute pressure of 1 bar. When Avogadro’s law is added to the combined gas law, the ideal gas law results. It’s a shame that we can’t pin the discovery of the combined gas law on any … Read more

## 25 Things Every Teacher Wants From Their Stakeholders

Most teachers are more than happy to get any credit they deserve. They want to feel appreciated for what they do. They are not teachers because they love the students. They simply want to be seen as difference-makers. Their jobs are not easy. However, there are many things that others can do to make their … Read more