Gloria Kopp
Gloria Kopp is a web content writer, educator and an elearning consultant. She graduated from University of Wyoming and started freelance career in the education and content marketing sectors. She is a regular contributor to such websites as The Tab, Engadget, Collective Evolution, etc.

Entries by Gloria Kopp

Cars On Campus: What Drivers Need To Know Before Heading To College

(0) Comments | Posted March 2, 2017 | 10:25 AM

Obtaining your driver's license and your very own vehicle is a huge step in becoming an independent young adult. Just a few years later, and you are ready to head off to college. Just when you finally got the hang of operating a vehicle around your hometown, you are suddenly...

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To Pay Or Not To Pay Someone To Write My Essay for Me

(6) Comments | Posted February 17, 2017 | 7:01 AM

There's no denying that the stress of achieving a higher education and the pressure to succeed is incredibly overwhelming. Many students are trying to ease some of this pressure by turning to the Internet, to custom essay writing services for assistance. And, when it comes to using this service, it's...

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An Unreasoning Hate: Discussing Islamophobia With ESL Students

(0) Comments | Posted January 24, 2017 | 11:14 AM

I experienced a very uncomfortable moment with a class of mine, just a few weeks ago.

We were discussing race and ethnicity, and I began - as I often do with topics like this - by exploring my students' existing opinions. My classroom contains people from all over the world,...

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10 College Journalistic Mistakes To Avoid And Tell Better Stories

(0) Comments | Posted December 13, 2016 | 5:26 PM

"Silence opens the door to hearing dialogue, rare and valuable in breaking stories," says Brady Dennis of The Washington Post.

Being a good journalist can come quite naturally to some people, but there's always room for improvement in anyone's writing. No matter how good your writing is, there are ways...

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5 Effective Ways To Teach Students Grammar And Academic Writing

(0) Comments | Posted December 7, 2016 | 1:41 PM

Grammar and academic writing can sound like pretty dry topics, and may not necessarily spark the imagination of your students straight away. Fortunately there are some tips and tricks available to make sure your lessons are properly understood, and your students feel interested and get involved in the topic.


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How Teachers Can Build A Positive Environment In The Classroom

(0) Comments | Posted December 2, 2016 | 2:24 PM

Having a positive classroom environment and solid relationships with both students and parents can make any teaching professional's life so much easier. But a happy classroom, comfortable students, and supportive parents don't simply happen by themselves. Instead, they're the result of hard work and preparation. Following the following seven tips...

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