Hi, everyone! Back with me, again. Now, as you guys now (maybe, or not), I am in college. I am a freshman at a private university in Jakarta, Indonesia. I study Psychology right now and well, if you guys study Psychology, or studying in university in general, you’ll know how much notes we need to […]
First of all, double-check you’ve understood the purpose of the assignment (what the tutor is seeking to assess/reward), the learning outcomes, the word limit and what percentage of your overall mark the work carries (so that you allot an appropriate amount of effort). Make a list of areas where you are confident, and also those where you need to find out more. […]
I’ve been down with the flu and haven’t been able to write much of late. I’ll put up something soon.
Hi everyone! This summer turned out to be busier than I thought. As I was preparing my students for the next steps in their academic careers, this blog fell by the wayside. So, to my loyal readers, I send my deepest apologies. The good news is that I plan on incorporating this blog into many […]
Many teachers I knew in Korea told me they were terrified about returning to the states, because they had no idea what they’d do there. Others confidently left, claiming to be sick of teaching in Korea, only to return months later after feeling lost in their hometowns. There’s an ongoing joke that expat teachers in […]
Kuiper, E., Volman, M., & Terwel, J. (2005). The Web as an information resource in K–12 education: Strategies for supporting students in searching and processing information. Review of Educational Research, 75, 285–328. Kuiper, et al. discuss how internet use and the WWW, in particular, has increased in our K–12 school system. “The Web is increasingly […]