What is a “commonplace book”? Why you should have one?

Commonplace books (or commonplaces) are a way to compile knowledge, usually by writing information into books. Such books are essentially scrapbooks filled with items of every kind: recipes, quotes, letters, poems, tables of weights and measures, proverbs, prayers, legal formulas. Commonplaces are used by readers, writers, students, and scholars as an aid for remembering useful … Read more

[App Intro] Notion – A comprehensive workspace (wiki-style documenting)

Notion is fundamentally for digital creating and editing mixture of different document types at one place and meant to kept only digitally (not for printing). The second focus is on team collaboration, the document can be shared with different editing rights and collaboration. The third focus is, it has a file (folder structure) hierarchy as … Read more

Why touch typing is essential for academia? and It’s NOT about speed.

Touch typing¬†is all about the idea that each finger has its own area on the keyboard. Thanks to that fact you can¬†type¬†without looking at the keys. Touch typing¬†is a method based on muscle memory instead of sight. Practicing to use specific fingers to press specific letters in the keyboard in such a way it only … Read more

Do kids need coding classes? Does it really make them smart? Parents Must Read

WhiteHat Jr, Campk12, Captaincoder, Coding Ninjas and the list goes on. I’ve recently penned an article about why there’s a sudden surge in classes on coding for kids and why parents are falling for it. It is not like any other wave or trend in education style and it is unprecedented. The evolution in the … Read more