How to Survive in the College Social Environment

Going to college for higher studies can be a very exciting time for a student. Life on the campus can be tough for students not just from the point of studies but also when it comes to their social life. Fort an outsider, time on the campus us synonymous with unlimited fun and unfettered freedom.

Going to college for higher studies can be a very exciting time for a student. Life on the campus can be tough for students not just from the point of studies but also when it comes to their social life. Fort an outsider, time on the campus us synonymous with unlimited fun and unfettered freedom. But not every student is cut out to enjoy social life as it requires following some principles and boasting a personality that is pleasing and comforting for others. Here is a guide on how to enjoy your social life on the campus.

Have a friendly personality

You are a stranger on the campus when you start your freshman year. But in no time you get to know so many different people that you find yourself surrounded by friends at all times. Whether you are in the classroom attending lectures, or hanging out with friends in the cafeteria, always adopt a very friendly attitude. It encourages others to approach and talk to you. Do not be nervous meeting so many people as others are also nervous like you. Just make some initial effort and you will find that life is all … Read More

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Understanding Education

1. Understanding Game
Games are English words that mean games or matches, or can be interpreted as structured activities that are usually done for fun. games or games are things that can be played with certain rules so that there are those who win and some who lose, usually in a context not serious with the aim of refreshing. Various games, including:

a. Action

This genre is the most popular type of game. This type of game requires player reflex capabilities. One popular subgenre of action is the First Person Shooter (FPS). In FPS games, speed of thinking is needed. This game is made as if the player is in that atmosphere.

b. Adventure Action

This genre combines action and adventure game play. For example, players are invited to explore underground caves while defeating enemies, and looking for ancient artifacts, or crossing rivers.

c. Simulation, Construction and Management

Players in this game are given freedom

to build and a certain project with limited raw materials.

d. Role Playing Games (RPG)

In RPG players can choose one character to play. As the game level rises, these characters can change, increase their abilities, increase their weapons, or increase their pets.

e. Strategy

Strategy genre focuses on the ability to think and organizational skills. Strategy games are divided into two, namely Turn Based Strategy and Real Time Strategy. If the real time strategy requires the player to make a decision and simultaneously the opponent’s party also acts up to a series of events Read More

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How to Train Concentration in Students who are Difficult to Focus Learning

Dealing with children or students who are difficult to focus on learning is certainly a challenge for teachers. Special approach and attention must be given to helping the child. When students are less focused when studying in class or at home, they will have difficulty in paying attention to the instructions given by the teacher and lack of commitment in doing their work. Well, the first thing teachers can do to overcome this is to find ways to train concentration in students and identify and understand the causes of children being less focused when learning.
Basically, attention can arise from interest in something and stimulation. Usually children will feel at home playing games or watching videos for hours but get bored quickly while studying. How come? According to experts, games provide continuous stimulation, supplying dopamine, a brain chemical that functions to regulate focus. Then, how is the way that the teacher can make students focus and concentrate on learning? Check out the following tips.

1. Individual approach to students
An educational psychologist, Anastasia J Wulandasari, explained that in an individual approach, children can be asked what makes them focus. Do not ask the child why he is not focused, still ask how he wants to do a task until it is finished. That way, the teacher can start looking for other activities that will provoke students’ focus. Observe what conditions your child needs when he can focus.


2. Sort tasks into sections
Children who are difficult to focus are not
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