Let’s look at if sunshine can lead to increased perceived life satisfaction. This is an interesting topic to look at if sunshine indeed has the power to alter moods and by extension, our outlook on life. Often, when it is cold outside it is more uncomfortable than when it is warm and sunny. Could comfort actually be the thing that increases happiness? These situational factors … Continue reading Does Sunshine Really Equal Happiness?
New year, new you. As cliche as it sounds, 2020 is a time for new semester resolutions. This new year, the Concordia Management Council encourages you to get involved within the faculty, and use it as an opportunity to better yourself as a student, businessperson, and entrepreneur. Continue reading CMC Means Business
There are benefits to reviewing tests, particularly if you’ll be tested on the same content again, but if you’re facing an extended delay before getting your test back, don’t dwell on it. Just breathe, relax, and try not to think about the next test on the horizon right away. Continue reading All About Tests
There is a saying out there that children learn faster than adults do in languages, and while this can be true, as an adult learning a new language, I’ve enjoyed it much more than I did learning French as a child in Canada. Continue reading How I Learned a Language in Under Six Months
It doesn’t take much imagination to see how OERs can revolutionize education. Too often, I hear of students who cannot afford to buy their textbooks, or who have to wait for student loans to come in first. With an online textbook, these problems are gone. Everyone has equal access. Continue reading What I Did During My Sabbatical, Or Some Thoughts on OERs