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.
How to Cope With Post-Grad Depression
Graduating from college is supposed to be an exciting time. Finally, exams are behind you, and you have your whole life ahead of you — you’re ready to make the most out of it. Well, unless you have post-graduation depression. Post-graduation depression might not be an official diagnosis like clinical depression, but it’s a real thing.
The Day I Cried in College
As an artist, I often tell people that one of the scariest things I do on a regular basis is to walk into a shop, show my art to the proprietor and ask if they are willing to sell it. I’ve talked myself into doing this scary thing many times, but it’s still nerve-wracking. One of the scariest things I have ever done in my life, though, was to walk into our local community college and ask for directions to the registration office. On my last day of high school more than forty years earlier, I had walked out promising myself I would never set foot in a classroom again.
Teaching is My Craft
When I got my first teaching placement, my husband's grandmother, who had taught for more than thirty years in her day, gave me two things: a long sit-down talk full of her best advice and a pair of pink, razor sharp Fiskars scissors.
For Kids With GIANT Dreams Who Dare to Act on Them
Kids have a special place in my heart. Sparkles in their eyes are real. Their thoughts are genuine. Their emotions are raw. Their ideas are ambitious. We rarely give them true opportunities to act on those ideas, so in pursuit of my own happiness, I set my mind on creating a space for kids with GIANT dreams who dare to act on them! I called it The GIANT Room...
Café y Humanidad
I had never met a man so full of passion for coffee, and more than anything, full of humanity. It only happens once, in a lifetime, to come across a person with a compelling disposition. A person who despite having the right to safeguard themselves and their triumphs after overcoming brutal turbulent roads across systematic and corporate America, still, that individual chooses to fight for the lives and well-being of others.
Traits for job applying PGDM students-Lexicon MILE
From planning numerous strategies to focus on finding a decent job, is a task itself. On top of that, evolution being the greatest discovery makes it difficult to be completely armed with knowledge yet easy to know everything at just a single click. If we look 5 years back, the requirements and necessities were way different. The job profiles and the demands for it were quite stereotypical and didn't have any extra-ordinary need. Now the world has a different vision and perspective. The job profiles have a wide range and are different, so they require different and unique attributes. What is that one different thing in you that others don’t have? This is the most prominent question. There are so many things to learn and adapt which increases your resume value. Over the years, there has been a big refinement in the essentials that an employer looks for.
5 Things You Need to Learn Playing a New Instrument
Learning a new instrument makes things fun and interesting, though the learning process does pose some challenges. Each instrument has different equipment to consider, such as strings, reeds, and others, but there are basic principles you can look into. Due to this, we decided to create a list of five things you need when learning a new instrument.
5 Reasons Why CPR Certification is Important
Why You Should Become CPR Certified Today The Prevalence of Death Due to Sudden Cardiac Arrest You never think it could happen to you, or somebody you love, but the reality is there is always a risk of you, or someone you know, suddenly stop breathing during a cardiac incident. Close to 400,000 people experience a cardiac incident outside of a hospital reducing their chances of survival the longer they go without CPR, or any other life-saving treatment. Even if you have pristine heart health it is still possible to experience a cardiac incident in the home, work, or even the bus due to a severe allergic reaction, asthma attack, insulin shock, and any other chronic health condition that can affect your heart (Occupational Health and Safety, 2021). If you, are someone you know, is young, then it is important to know that those eighteen and younger make up one-fourth of the cardiac incidents in the United States. This is primarily because these youths suffer from an underlying heart condition that neither they nor their parents, knew they had. So, when a youth suddenly experiences a cardiac incident the chances of survival are small as less than ten percent of them survive (Kviklyte, 2020).
The Surprising Science of Meetings: How You Can Lead Your Team to Peak Performance
Meetings are essential. We need meetings for communications, attachments, sharing thoughts, taking other’s opinion, coordinating and for making sure that everything is taking place as planned with everybody’s equal participation. But bad meetings eat up time, money and productivity. For example, in 2014, ineffective meetings cost US economy almost $ 1.3 trillion which is 8.3 percent of their total GDP. But most of the times, leaders cannot easily get rid of conventional meetings because of not knowing better ways to deal with it or not finding any scientifically proven new techniques. Moreover, bad meetings bring more bad meetings, resulting in a natural way in an organization. The main purpose of this book is to reduce time wasted in unnecessary meetings and remove the bad ones with the help of scientifically proven techniques.
How to Design an Ergonomic Workspace
Control room console furniture must be designed specifically for 24/7 operations in an emergency communications center environment or for critical mission operations, because consoles must be flexible enough to fit in workspaces that provides the necessary clearance space between each console and chair within the area. It is important to allocate sufficient clearance space in order to provide enough personal space for operators and ultimately to mitigate the risk of accidents in the workplace.
Pythagoras life biography
Indeed, Pythagoras made a huge commitment to the numerical idea of music. Pythagoras was a lyre-playing artist and frequently utilized music as an approach to help the wiped out. Pythagoras examined the numerical designs known to present-day mathematicians today, like the mathematical and odd numbers, the triangles, and the numbers. He, when all is said and done, went to the investigation of math which is vital in understanding the regular world, however, he additionally scholarly the job of numbers in music.
The younger grand returns to school soon. I’m proud of the effort he puts into his schoolwork and sports. I know that sometimes he’s tired and second guesses his aspirations. I know he might change his mind several times before he fully settles on a path. What I want for him: to keep going, keep learning, keep growing, and to have joy in his life.
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