From balancing your course load to forging relationships with classmates to extracurricular involvement, these are the tried and true methods to nail your career as a student.
The Importance of Young Journalists
Learning, educating, and writing - these three things are what I prioritize every day. Whether I am sitting in my economics class, writing a comparative critique essay, or jotting down how my day went in my diary, those three things are always on my mind.
A Perfect Guide to Case Study Assignments by AssignmentTask
A case study has also been explained as a concentrated and systematic investigation of a single person, group, culture, or another unit in which the researcher examines in-depth data relating to several variables. Case studies are stories used as a teaching tool to display the application of a theory or concept in real situations. Dependent on the objective they are meant to achieve, cases can be fact-driven and deductive where there is a correct answer, or they can be context driven where multiple solutions are possible.
5 Problems Students Face While Doing CPM Homework (Solution Included)
Are you a Maths aspirant college student, looking for CPM homework help? If that nod was in the affirmation of the same, then you have landed on the right page. This article will help you know the CPM related problems, generally faced by the students.
How SEN School Are Fighting Waste in Education
The UK’s Government’s 2018 waste management strategy for England set out ambitious waste reduction and sustainability targets for many sectors. By 2020, it was expected that 50 per cent of household waste should be recycled. The results of these targets are yet to be published. However, evidence suggests that the public continues to respond to these initiatives well.
Hobby - Engineer
My Parents Met and married in Stromness, Orkney and later produced me and my brother Ron. After about 4 years my father changed jobs from a Lighthouse Keeper to Seamanship Instructor on the Dolphin Training Ship based in the Leith Docks, Edinburgh, UK. Most of the students gained roles on BP and Shell Tankers.
What Mistakes to Avoid When Learning Coding?
I remember when I first started to learn to code, I was aimlessly following a tutorial on YouTube.I was trying to code a simple batch program and even though I did manage to do it in the end I didn’t know why I did what I did.
Why is Online Learning Detrimental in the Long Run for Students
“Some things cannot be taught; they must be experienced. You never learn the most valuable lessons in life until you go through your own journey.” — Roy T. Bennett
Preserving Children's Mental Health During Distance Learning
As a veteran teacher turned nanny, I have a unique view into distance learning. I understand the ins and outs of a teachers world that are often incomprehensible to parents, I have sat by frustrated children for countless hours of distance learning, and I have coached parents with frazzled nerves who are doing their absolute best. "Distance learning is better than nothing," is no longer a redemptive silver lining for parents or teachers who have had countless breakdowns at this point. In short, it sucks.
How to practice violin effectively?
Learning instrument needs dedication and a lot of knowledge of the instrument. Not only having a great teacher and taking the violin classes will make it happen, as creating a practice schedule is one of the vital things that can help you to move towards the musical goals.
What Do Primary Pupils Want to See in Their Classroom?
Unfortunately, the quality of the physical learning environment is not a priority for many schools, with the focus being more on academic and social progression through quality teaching and an engaging curriculum. Although these are important elements in a child’s life at school, authorities overlook the quality of the physical environment in which primary pupils spend the vast majority of their time. Much of the research into a school’s physical environment focuses mainly on the buildings, seldom touching on the furniture, with very little in the way of an effective wall display and its impact on the pupils. For my Masters in Educational Practice and Research dissertation, I conducted an investigation to research precisely that: what do primary aged pupils want to see in their classroom? Below are 5 of the take-aways of my research:
You slip into the crowded lecture hall and take a seat toward the back. You look to the clock on the wall to check the time. Perfect. As you had intended, you’ve arrived fashionably late. This course was incredibly boring, and the professor counted attendance through the end of class quiz. You’d figured out weeks ago that the quizzes were on the previous weeks content and all the previous weeks materials including lecture recordings were posted to the course’s website. Now you show up toward the end of class with the quiz material adequately studied and get to avoid most of the boredom that is learning physics in a crowded lecture hall. You’d tried in the beginning of the semester to come to lecture and pay attention, but it was difficult to follow the professor’s words in such a crowded room. It was much easier to learn the material at home where the distractions are minimal. Unfortunately, this left you at a disadvantage on some of the extra credit questions and if the professor called on you to answer a question it was an issue, sort of. Most of the class couldn’t hear you speak across such a massive space anyway.
How I Procrastinated My Way to a 4.0 GPA in University
Full disclosure: my university uses a 12-point GPA scale and conversion isn't as simple as dividing by three. Instead, I had to convert each grade to a 4 point scale and find the average of that figure. In the end, my 11.96 CGPA translated to a 4-point GPA of 3.996. For this article, I'm going to round that out to 4 because it's easier than repeating 3.996 all the time or putting it in the title.