In recent years, technology has become increasingly commonplace in classrooms, from instructors who communicate with students via text, to discussion boards on online education platforms, to electronic textbooks that make it possible to house all your required readings on a tablet.
Technological innovations have made it easier than ever to become a celebrity. With Youtube, Instagram, and other social media outlets easily accessible, there are teens gaining celebrity status before having even graduated high school. For those gaining status in the public eye, it can be a challenge to balance growing stardom and handling secondary education. Luckily, there are plenty of tips and tricks to help you stay on your toes.
Getting into an Ivy League school was my dream in high school. I was the typical student that stressed too much about grades, and participated in many extracurriculars. However, most of my extracurriculars were irrelevant to me–they were other items to put on my college application to make me “stand-out” in the high pool of overachieving applicants applying to ivy leagues.
Have you ever searched the worldwide web for online learning or courses? Do you have an interest in quality online education at the college level? There is a growing resource of free, college level courses in a wide variety of topics from colleges and universities around the world available at your fingertips.
In this post I intend to make some considerations related to the teaching of philosophy in university education. To make the foundation, I have patented an important presence from this discipline in higher education, and for this it is important to follow the theme paths that are present in the class and their relevant contributions to evoke a critical and reflective look.
As a writer, it is essential the message is clear, and well understood. This clarity mainly comes from how the paper is worded and organized. Being a descriptive writer reaps many benefits for both the author and reader. I believe descriptive writers, such as myself, focus on the reader more than anything. Making sure the reader understands and comprehends is one of my main priorities when composing an essay. I have learned being vague comes from my assumption that readers already possess the same prior knowledge as myself. Explaining my ideas and thoughts also helps me think, which is one of the many benefits I have received from being a vivid author. Because I am a descriptive writer, I am trained to search for detail, as well as being able to communicate to various audiences, and voice my stance on a certain subject.
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I am an only child, and I decided to move halfway across the country for school. By myself. No family anywhere near me.
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"I always thought you were going to become a doctor" is the response I get almost every single time I tell someone I am no longer pre-med.
If you’re nearing the end of your high school career, you have some big decisions looming on your horizon. You’ll have to decide where to go to college—or whether you should go at all. To make the best possible decision for your future, you’ll have to take into account your career goals, academic preferences, ability, budget, and long-term plans for your work and your life.
At the eve of finishing my A levels and actually starting my life, I’ve been continuously faced with the dreaded question, "What do you want to do after college?" or, even worse,"What do you want to do in life?"
I graduated from a local catholic private school in 2013. From a small city know for historical tourism. Out of 42 people in my graduating class, I was the ONLY one that was going to go to a trade school which seemed to be frowned upon. Apparently community college was more elite than the option I had decided to take.