Monthly Archives: April 2016

Creating a Good Study Environment for Students

A good study environment is as important as the studying itself. Imagine if you are a very clean and hygienic person who is made to live in a messy house. The effect is much the same when you sit with your best intentions to study, but you are sitting in a completely wrong place. Sure, you’ve meditated, focused, and given… Read more »

Problem Solving Exercises for Teenagers

For teenagers, it is essential to learn the art of problem solving, as at every step of life, it is a vital tool to live a more enriching and meaningful life. Social scientists, teachers and educators stress on the need of teenagers to be exposed to different types of problem solving exercises so that the budding citizens of a nation,… Read more »

Inductive Reasoning Examples

Also known as inductive logic or the bottom-up approach, induction is basically a type of reasoning wherein the chances of the conclusion being false are significant even when all the premises, on which the conclusion is based, are true. As opposed to deductive reasoning, which goes from general to specific, inductive reasoning goes from specific to general. In other words,… Read more »