Oxford Learning

As Canada’s leading supplemental educator, while we offer some of the best tutoring programs across the country we believe everyone should have access to the information they need to succeed and provide dozens of guides and tips through our blog.

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Five Ways To Simplify Your Math Homework

Homework is an essential part of school and learning that helps students process what they’ve learned in class. Often this is easier said than done. […]

Four Bad Habits Students Should Avoid

Every student has different study habits. Moreover, there are both good and bad study habits. These can be detrimental to a student’s academic performance. Bas […]

Academic Resolutions and Action Plan for the New Year

Do your school-aged children make academic resolutions for the year ahead? Over the holidays, it can be easy for students to fall into a comfortable […]

12 Fun Holiday Learning Tips to Keep Learning on Track this Holiday Season

The holidays are almost here! But how do you keep your kids learning over the holidays? The last thing that kids want over the winter […]

The Role of Failure in Learning

The idea of failure can be scary. Getting a failing mark in a test can be a harsh lesson for students, especially if students studied […]

Do Report Cards Matter in 2020?

Reports cards are usually the ultimate say on the topic of student academic performance. But, the coronavirus pandemic shut schools down last March. Educators froze […]

5 Easy Steps To Set Goals Kids Can Stick To

When students set goals, the purpose is always to do something better. Whether it’s getting a better grade in math or not staying up so […]

9 Do’s and Don’ts to Stop Procrastinating

How can students stop procrastinating? Procrastination is a habit that every student struggles with at some point. But beating student procrastination isn’t impossible! Procrastination can […]

Planning Skills Can Make Learning Simpler. Here’s How:

Planning skills make learning easier. Whether starting elementary school or heading off to college, students can develop better planning skills at any age or grade. […]

Manage Screen Time in the Age of Online Learning

How do you balance screen time and online learning? Online learning is now a key part of everyday life for all students. Has monitoring screen […]

What Exactly are Study Skills, Anyway?

It’s easy to say that study skills are important, but it’s less easy to identify what study skills actually are. Maybe that’s because study skills—the […]

Nature and Learning: For Better Grades Next Year, Get Outside this Summer!

What is the connection between being outside in nature and learning, and getting better grades in school?   When it comes to improved learning, many factors […]

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