Our Experience as Peer Assisted Learning Leaders

This post has been written by two Ted Rogers School of Management students Eric Rajaratnam (Economics and Finance) and Aleenah Hassan ( Accounting and Finance). Introduction The Academic Success Center (ASC) is a learning hub on campus for students at the Ted Rogers School of Management. Many popular support services offered by the ASC are…

How to Incorporate Equity, Diversity and Inclusion into your Daily Life

This article was written by Peer Academic Coach Michelle Ajobena (she/her, fourth-year Global Management Co-op student), and Academic Peer Helpers Eric Rajaratnam (he/him, second-year Economics & Management Sciences major), Anuj Agarwal (he/him, fifth-year Entrepreneurship student, with a minor in Marketing) and Muhammad Siddiqui (he/him, fourth-year Human Resources major). The Academic Success Centre’s student staff participated…

Final Thought for the “Teach Yourself How to Learn” Weekly Series

This Blog Post is by Monie Chan (she/her), a fifth-year Business Technology Management co-op student pursuing a minor in eBusiness and Peer Academic Coach at the Ted Rogers School of Management’s Academic Success Centre (ASC), and Nina Sulkin (they/them), a Student Success Facilitator with ASC and Ted Rogers School graduate (Bcomm – Human Resources Management,…

Exams: Time Management, Preparation & Stress Reduction

This week’s post is written by Maria Beauts (she/her; 5th year Business Technology Management student) and Anisa Sayani (she/her; 3rd year Business Management student majoring in Marketing Management), both of whom are returning Peer Academic Coaches at the Ted Rogers School’s Academic Success Centre (ASC). This Blog Post is part of the ASC’s “Teach Yourself…

Overcoming Obstacles to our Motivation to Learn

This Blog Post is written by Saad Khan (he/him; 4th Year Business Management student majoring in Global Management) and Maria Beauts (she/her; 5th year Business Technology Management student), both of whom are returning Peer Academic Coaches at the Ted Rogers School’s Academic Success Centre (ASC). This post is part of the ASC’s “Teach Yourself How…

Optimizing How We Learn

This Blog Post is written by Emma Young-Buchalter (she/her), 5th year Marketing co-op major with minors in Professional Communication and Sociology, and Milad Moghaddas (he/him), 5th year Entrepreneurship and Strategy major with a minor in Professional Communication, both of whom are Peer Academic Coaches at the Ted Rogers School’s Academic Success Centre (ASC). This blog…

Bloom’s Taxonomy and Students’ Study Cycle

This Blog Post is by Geerthan Ranjhan (he/him), a 5th year Business Management co-op student majoring in Human Resources Management and minoring in Law, and Yixuan He (she/her), a 4th year Business Management student, majoring in Global Management Studies and minoring in Economics, both of whom are Peer Academic Coaches at the Academic Success Centre…

Metacognition: Understanding how we think and learn

This Blog Post was written by Monie Chan (5th year Business Technology Management co-op student, pursuing a minor in eBusiness) and Aidan Dyer (4th year Marketing Management student, pursuing a minor in Finance), both of whom are Peer Academic Coaches at Ted Rogers School of Management’s Academic Success Centre (ASC). It is part of ASC’s…

Facilitation: A Tool for Learning

Facilitation is a great way to engage the audience and help them learn skills through ongoing discussion. Third-year Marketing Management student Anisa Sayani and fourth-year Global Management Studies student Saad Khan, who both work as Peer Academic Coaches at the Academic Success Centre (ASC), write about facilitation as a learning tool and why it is…

Preparing for Midterms: Making a Study Plan for Reading Week

Making a study plan for exams is really tricky because if you start too early, you may forget the previous part you’ve reviewed. Or, if you think you still have time, you may end up with not being able to cover everything. Therefore, having the right review plan is the first step to a successful…

How to Use D2L for Online Learning

Online learning provides the flexibility of accessing material at any time, convenience of working from any location and high level of interaction. Online courses offer the same level of difficulty and require the same amount of effort as in-class courses do, and require you to be a self-starter with a high level of discipline. As…

New year, new you!

TRSM students and Peer Academic Coaches Julia Siciliano (4th year BTM major/HR minor), Karan Sharma (4th year Global Management major) and Maria Beauts (4th year BTM major) offer advice to their fellow students embarking on a new year: As January comes to an end, we hope that you’re staying on track with your New Year’s…