Why You Should Visit Grad Schools Before Applying
Grad school is an investment. Even if you land a great scholarship, you’re still investing your time. Yet for most of us, it’s an investment of both time and money.
I raised $10,000 for my autonomous education during a pandemic
In 2016, I joined a sciences, technologies, engineering, and maths program in the middle of 4-year university. Overtime, I became sick, overworked, tired, and decided that I didn’t want to go directly into a PhD program as the STEM program required.
Marian wasn’t looking for help for her daughter. She’d given up hope. Christy had arrived in this world the same year my debut novel was published, and Marian and I often joked about the two of us having given birth at the same time. Christy was a lovely child, with a good heart, sharp intelligence, and–unfortunately—a troublesome learning disability.
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“These young people” I sighed after reading the second request for an extension. The e-mail messages came in weeks before the first day of class and before the student even saw the syllabus. I reply politely, make sure I can log in to all the University’s systems and start writing my presentations. Later in the day I commiserate on Facebook with my fellow college instructors about how annoying these young people are; were we like that or did our teachers like us because we weren’t like that? How long will it take for these shenanigans to go from amusing to downright enraging? Its all fun and games, until a parent starts to stalk you because their brilliant child is barely earning a C in the course.
One Skill That All The Teachers I Have Met Lack
I’m a diligent student putting in constant effort to get good marks in my school in India. Our summer vacations are over, and the new academic session has started today. Due to the tremendously devastating second wave of COVID-19 in India (and the expectancy of the third wave), it is my second tough year of online lectures.
Editing Your Language Quirks
Recently struggling to polish my prose, an outline emerged from the word salad, a problem. I was repeatedly creating sentences which sounded good to me but were lousy English. These bastards finished with all the action, the accent, the “oomph” at their tail ends. My heritage language had stepped on my English; I had been writing with a German word order. Once I understood why I wrote this way, I stopped doing it.
How Vocal+ Fills My 'School Days' Void
School Days The pencils to sharpen. The textbooks to carry. The lockers to decorate. The bleachers to kiss under. The bell to wait for. The bus to shit talk on.
Teaching English in China
I look around. All the Chinese students are sitting up watching me. This shouldn’t be too hard. After all, English is my native language. Also, I stayed up till 2:00 last night in my tiny apartment with its kitchen smelling of mould to prepare this lesson.
Answering Your FAQs About Grants Part 2
If you haven't read my article, Answering Your FAQs About Grant part 1, It's suggested that you read that first before continuing here.
Should student’s textbooks be replaced by notebook computers?
With educational tablets in schools, students will not have to learn from old, out-of-date textbooks, especially in the ever-changing fields of study, such as computer science. There are thousands of teaching and learning applications for tablets, and teachers can arrange for their students to "learn their styles and personalities, rather than using a cohesive approach. Tablets are more fun for students than textbooks, which makes learning more fun.
Art of School Library
A cautious audit of educational turns of events, changes to data scene, academic program and adapting needs, innovative issues, and the requirement for physical and virtual learning spaces was directed.
The Art of Doing Research
Starting here, the intelligent professional is an individual who comprehends the achievements and aftereffects of the work and can foster the arrangement for further activities basing on the investigation and gave ends. Note that such a methodology prompts the improvement of the techniques and activity plans.
Some Things You Just Never Hear
During the final eight years of my teaching career, I had the wonderful opportunity and once-in-a-lifetime experience of teaching in an International High School in Wuhan, China. There were so many things that took place on almost a daily basis in that school over those eight happy and memorable years that I will never forget and which seemed like an annoyance at the time but really were the substance of good-hearted fun. In the account below, I will list a few of them, in a format that may only make sense to teachers and students who have encountered the same experiences during the same time period.
Chairperson by Cleve School is as much about providing a place of safety to test skills and opinions as it is a place to book learn. It is difficult to zero in on eureka moments of most of the classes attended in high school and college, but there are two such moments that loom large in my high school days which gave impetus to the direction of the rest of my life.
4 Resources for Continuing Your Legal Education
Being a legal professional requires a lot of devotion. You have to adapt to legal technology, mandatory regulations, practice management, and laws. Law practitioners, therefore, have to add more credits through continuing legal education (CLE) annually.
Learning Science Continues to Be as Difficult as It Ever Was
Learning Data Science Has Never Been Easier - In the modern age of information technology, there is an enormous amount of free resources for data science self-study
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