• Types of Tuition Teachers | MostlySane
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    Types of Tuition Teachers | MostlySane

    The other day I was having a conversation with my friends the other day More than being depressed about going to school was going to tuitions after school These are your knuckles This is a tuition class not a football stadium Who comes wearing shorts to tuition classes You know everything now, should I ask you questions now? Sit down, sit down Get closer, get even more closer with each other, let her sit on your lap Get closer, get even more closer with each other, let her sit on your lap How much do you want to score in your finals? Aren’t you a little too ambitious? That much…

  • HISTORY: CONSUMERISM
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    HISTORY: CONSUMERISM

    For most of history, the overwhelming majority of the Earth’s inhabitants have owned, more or less, nothing. The clothes they stood up in, some bowls, a pot and a pan, perhaps a broom and, if things were going really well, a few farming implements. Nations and peoples remained consistently poor. Global GDP did not grow at all from year to year: the world was an aggregate as hard up in 1800 as it had been at the beginning of time. However, starting in the early 18th century, in the countries of north-western Europe, a remarkable phenomenon occurred. Economies began to expand and wages to rise. Families who’d never before had…

  • Vicki Phillips: The Technology Wave Hits Education
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    Vicki Phillips: The Technology Wave Hits Education

    I think we’re just beginning to realize the power of technology in education actually. And isn’t it interesting that education’s sort of the last profession that technology has transformed. And I think a lot of that is because we can’t just plop down, you know, new tools into an old system and expect that to work. So a lot of where we’re seeing the Internet be the most powerful is in these blended school models where schools are starting to flip their classrooms and use the Internet and technology enabled tools. Whether that’s videos of experts talking to students or whether it’s students getting online and doing assignments in a…

  • Study Diabetes Education
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    Study Diabetes Education

    This course particularly with its focus on indigenous health Is really going to prepare me for the clients that I’m going to be engaging with and working with. The day that I got my acceptance I was contacted by student services to ask if I needed any help with accepting and then once I had accepted the course they contacted me again to find out if I needed any help with enrolling in the subjects so they’ve been very responsive and very supportive. The course is definitely flexible enough to balance my family commitments, so I am able to manage my time in the way that works best for my…

  • EF Dublin, Ireland – Info Video
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    EF Dublin, Ireland – Info Video

    Ireland’s history is rich in myths and legends. From romantic tales of warriors to ancient saints to fairy lore, the Celtic myths are at the very core of Irish culture. Today Dublin is home to over 1 million people, and is one of Europe’s fastest growing cities. Cultural activities are close to the Dubliner’s hearts. Everything from paintings, music, literature and theatre to film. There’s always something new to check out – you’ll never get bored in Dublin. Dublin has dozens of universities. With the oldest and most prestigious one being, Trinity College founded in 1592, by Queen Elizabeth. And in the city’s historic quarters, you will find one of…

  • How to Study for Your Learning Style
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    How to Study for Your Learning Style

    HACC Tutoring presents, “How to Study forYour Learning Style”! Alright, you’ve got a big test coming up— what are you gonna do? How will you study for it? Some students think that there’s one magical technique that will help everyone learn, but that is NOT the case. Sure, one strategy might work well for some, but it won’t work for others because we all learn in different ways. That’s why it is so important to identify your own personal learning styles and use study tips that work best for the way that you learn. The most commonly identified learning styles are visual, auditory, and tactile or kinesthetic. So, the first…