Record Book

A record book is a book that is used to record the lab work or project work progress of a student. It is usually used in a laboratory setting and has a common format that needs to be followed by all students. The most commonly… Read More »Record Book

Reading Practice

Reading practice is crucial for students. It enhances their communication and comprehension abilities. Moreover, children also learn to think deeply on a topic or subject. Reading an article, story, or any other forms of writing is crucial if you want to enhance your reading skills.… Read More »Reading Practice

Research Question

This can be defined as a question that a research project is set out to answer. Choosing it is a fundamental element of both qualitative as well as quantitative research. An investigation will require data collection from various sources and analysis, and the methodology used… Read More »Research Question


Repetition is the process of learning a particular subject or topic by the sheer act of reading it again and again until it ingrains itself into the learner’s long-term memory. Most of the things that make it into our long-term memory are there because of… Read More »Repetition

Reverse Psychology

Reverse psychology is a technique that involves the assertion of a behavior or belief that is opposite to the one desired, with the expectation that this approach will encourage the subject of the persuasion to do what is actually required. Reverse psychology relies on the… Read More »Reverse Psychology


Research and development, more popularly known by its abbreviation R&D, is the set of innovative activities that are undertaken by governments or corporations in the development of new services or products as well as in improving existing ones. Research and development constitute the first stage… Read More »R&D


Rumination can be defined as the focused attention on the symptoms of a person’s distress, and on its possible causes and consequences, when compared to its solutions. Since the Response Styles Theory by Nolen-Hoeksema has been empirically supported, this model of rumination is the most… Read More »Rumination


A rector is a senior official in an academic institution and can refer to an official holding office in a university or a secondary school. Outside the English-speaking world, a rector is someone who is the most senior official in a university. They can also… Read More »Rector


A registrar is a senior administrative executive working in an academic institution, which can be a college, university, or secondary school, who oversees the leadership and management of the Registrar’s Office. Generally, a registrar processes schedules classes, maintains class lists, and registration requests, enforce the… Read More »Registrar

Relieving Letter

A relieving letter is a formal way for the teacher or member of non-teaching staff, to inform the employee that their resignation has been accepted and that they have been relieved from the responsibilities and duties they were bound to follow, subject to the contract… Read More »Relieving Letter