Please write a discussion question that you would pose to your discussion group.I would be faced with the college life poses to seem difficult; I would be faced with the challenge on how to set my priorities right, I would have to learn how to manage my time right to follow up with academic schedule and since I now stay alone I would also have to learn to be self motivated and how not to relent no matter the difficulty I am faced with.Also accepting responsibilities is another area I would benefit from; I would learn to accept responsibilities for my educational life, social life and generally college life as a whole making me independent.As a freshman, college life poses to seem difficult.I also want the college to pass through me not j...
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You just need to do something and if you have to change your mind a few times that is okay.My next question was what was her favorite thing about being a college professor.However, Dr. Ball’s response was different from what I have heard from the professor I had while I was in high school and taking college classes.It is nice the professors are real people who do care if you show up to their class.By doing this interview, it helps with getting to know them, not just as your professor, but as a really human who cares about you and your experience while in college.
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Which of these your Program Learning Outcomes do you feel you’ve grown closer to achieving?I will also be sure that by following the standards of the National Educational Technology Standards for Teachers Project I will meet the requirements necessary to be prepared to utilize technologies in my classrooms.The technology tool that intrigues me the most when it comes to teaching and learning was the RSS feeds.I am most unfamiliar with the Smartphone and other tablet devices (I-Pad, I-Pod) as technology tools for learning outcomes.What technology tool intrigues you the most, when it comes to teaching and learning?
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If your goal is to improve the world you live in, this course might help you get a better grasp on the world and what it takes to change it.How amazing is the field of psychology that there are so many thought-provoking courses?Sure, enrolling in these courses can help you matriculate towards your degree, but they also might give you a new perspective on your own or someone else’s behavior.The focus: the manner in which innovative brain research is depicted in different film periods, the explanation modern cognitive neuroscience gives to the experience of watching movies, and the neuropsychology of acting in movies.The Department of Psychology at UCLA features a course you are sure to become absorbed by - Brain, Mind, and Motion Pictures...
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I found anther college near by, I attempted to attend I was accepted.This new college was located in Zurich, Italy.I'm closing the show with that statement.I believe that all scientists are very important in the past, and the present.And I would encourage you to do your very best, and don't give up your dreams because someone said it isn't possible.
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Earning my college education was not just a dream I fantasize about as a child and a young adult.Implications My college experience has been fruitful.College education is not just being able to learn Science, English, Mathematics, or Art.It is unfortunate that more often than not, people fail to realize this reality: college is a life changing experience.I believe everyone should experience college.
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“Actually, they’re kind of terrible.I have not heard these words before but I like them, always wanted to learn these new words.Of course, that did not quite cover it.Thesis: X; s central point in this chapter that writing is harder than it looks, because of the college level structure and topics which cause writers to struggle and give up.“Not so hot,” I said blandly.
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In the views of Thomas Friedman, through the fact that new technologies being invented, companies use outsourcing and off shoring, and companies requiring college degrees it is harder for me, along with most students, to enter my career of finance in the business sector.This can cause problems because most jobs require some sort of college degree or higher.For example, Marist College alone is about 40,000 dollars per year.A lot of families cannot afford such high tuitions so it is very difficult for them so send their children away to college.And if they cannot get a college degree then it will be much harder to get a job in the business world or many other fields of work.
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Research Design: Qualitative, Quantitative, and Mixed Methods .This project is a very big topic in today’s discussion amongst sport fans, college administrators, and student athletes themselves.This could be an effect on college sports if student athletes are paid.Many things that could alter college athletics is what interests me most about this topic and hopefully will help others become more informed of the situation on both sides.When watching pro sports, you will notice at the end of games that athletes from the losing team do not appear to be as disappointed in losing as college athletes.
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Stony Hurst College and the University of Edinburgh.which in my opinion is successful.forensic science in Doyle’s books is why, in my opinion, they are .The use of technology in the art of .Today people such as Agatha Christie have carried on the crime genre .
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All of the classes and hours of work that I am going to have to do is going to be worth it in the end because I will be doing something that I love.There is going to be a lot of hard work and dedication in order for me to achieve this dream job.I am 18 years old and just started my first year at Nassau Community College.Travel journalists also report breaking news events that are happening around the world.I am interested in Stony Brook because the university has a studio, a newsroom... ... middle of paper ... ...film director, and is known for his huge following on YouTube.
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Understanding Narrative Writing .And last you need to connect back with your starting paragraph in the conclusion, giving him the feel that the story is complete or you can leave them wondering until the next story.The process of writing a narrative is simple and it allows creativity to shine through.Letting go and allowing the words to spill onto the page takes stress away and makes many people very happy.In today’s world creativity is often masked because standards are set and therefore they must be upheld.
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His background as an underprivileged African-American makes him an intriguing military leader as he had to work hard, remain patient, and stare racism in the eyes on a daily basis.Then, after ascending to Cadet Colonel, the highest rank achievable in the corps, Powell graduated at the top of his class.Upon graduation, Po... ... middle of paper ... ...ia taken care of countless times, from his days as the Cadet Colonel at City College, to the invasion of Iraq, there have been situations in which he has shined and handled with grace.Following a childhood and adolescence that was not particularly remarkable, Powell entered City College, in New York, where he found a niche in the Reserve Officers Training Corps.The beginning of Powell’s care...
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Mitch feels a certain naturalness and comfort to this conversation and realizes that it happens to be Tuesday.Morrie dies a short time after.As he and Mitch hugged for one last time, Morrie notices Mitch is finally crying.After Morrie’s death Mitch regains contact with his brother who lives in Spain and is battling cancer.Morrie Schwartz was Mitch Albom’s favorite college professor.
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She did her research, was well prepared, and made informed the audience of everything she came to do.I would love to hear Maura Cullen speak more in-depth on the topics she presented on during her time at Ithaca College.She knew about us before she arrived here by allowing herself to be put into the shoes of first year college students; she then in turn allowed us, the audience, to get to know her and not everything about herself was perfect.She continued on with the purpose of the speech which was to comfort the first year students in the new endeavors we were about to ... .She made everyone in the audience feel comfortable and important, seeming as if you were the only person she was speaking to.
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Rather, The Armory goes above and beyond what is expected by advancing culture.As I’d walk past it on my journey to Baruch College, I’d stare the entire time.This therapy has already been successful in curing acute promyelocytic leukemia (Samuel Waxman Cancer Research Foundation).Housing such an event proves the concern for society in the present and future.There is still one building that intrigues me to this very day.
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We all can have success; I hope that we all find our ways and can feel accomplished when the job is done.Thanks to you: our teachers, friends, family members and peers - look at this class!Learning does not end with formal schooling, whether that is high school or college for you, but it is a lifelong adventure.There is so much talent in this class, I commend you all!I hope that as each of us go our separate ways - whether it be off to college at BYU, UW, Western, Chicago, Boston or ECC, working or jumping into a family, that we will continue to live our lives with values, with integrity.
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But she ended up being his first kiss and, right before she left for college, they went a little farther.I learned that I shouldn’t linger on the past; I should move forward with life and not let life’s obstacles stand in my way.What was also admirable was how Charlie wanted everyone else to be happy and to understand all of life’s complications.What she had done will now live with him for the rest of his life and he can’t do anything about it.And I should never, ever put anyone else down because you never know what they are going threw.
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Pretty much being around technology most of the time is an element towards this profession.Knowing how to fix or do anything on a com... ... middle of paper ... ...jor in during college?” If it had something to do with game designing I would follow up with, “Are you familiar with this career?” Were they to answer no I would ask basic questions like, “Do you like computers?” or “Are you interested in math?” If they answered yes I would ask, “Have you been part of a video game before?” Whatever their answer would be, I would ask, “What are your talents or skills?” Then, I would start to question them about things like, “Would you be committed towards this job?” or “Will you try your absolute most best during this career?” Should the perso...
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College is near.With that being said, extra-curricular activities are also good with college resumes as well such as Student Senate, FBLA, Teachers of Tomorrow, and pretty much any club your school offers.High school is a very confusing and hazy time but if you stay true to yourself and learn from your mistakes you will go a long way.You need it to have a good resume, and you need it to get into a good college and later get a good career that will support you for the rest of your life.If your team loses a game, tell yourself to push yourself a little harder at the next practice.
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Felder, R. M., & Soloman, B.In conclusion, college may not be for everyone, but for me it is needed for me to make it closer to my dream and goals.Since I started with college, I learned that I have several learning styles.We just have to get used to the ones that we are comfortable with to continue to help us succeeded and tailor the ones that we are not used to, to help us with our learning styles.The reason why I decided to pursue a college degree was to further my education and to help towards my goals in life.
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During my childhood and early teenage years, I can remember my English teachers asking things like “what do you want to be when you grow up?” and “What do you want to study in college?” As a child I would give a quick sentence or a couple of words of how I wanted to be a teacher, a counselor, or a marine biologist.My future goal is to go through medical school, and become a Union Registered Nurse where I can help others and be in the midst of the medical field, which I love.I have surprised myself at my ability to do some of the jobs that most dread.I am aware that the training required to become a nurse is challenging and I am ready and willing to take this challenge on to get the training needed in order to become a nurse.Through this ...
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I like having a chin strap so I keep it trimmed, but every now and then they still get onto me… and I don’t even work with food.And it takes time for the food to be made if we run out for the moment.At McDonalds lines of communication are pretty open especially for the ones still in high school or college.At other jobs if you are not busy they send people home, but at McDonalds you are always busy especially in the mornings.That is another perk of McDonalds, if you are not scheduled to work that day and you are available to work you can always go ask if they need anybody and more days than not, they will say yes and you can go get extra hours in.
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I hope after reading this letter you can see that you have been taught these myths and that you don’t need to stress over your first draft writing, they aren’t the rules your teachers made them seem like.We tend to only look for errors in certain peoples writing, for example teachers look for errors in our writing.ooEven though apparently we are have to be perfect writers and know exactly what we want to write right off the bat is just something that high school pushes on you, it’s a myth and clearly not true.” This is just saying that we just view all professional writing as writing without mistakes, but like he says, if you look for it, you will definitely find it, you will find mistakes in all types of writing.Well I read a chapter fr...
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Overall writing still takes me on a journey I enjoy traveling on because it is a world of the unknown, until you the writer creates it’s image.Even the simple writing assignments in this course enticed me to write in a way to bring my audience on the journey I went on while completing this assignment.Through this course, I have gain my love for writing again.The purpose of an outline is similar to having d... ... middle of paper ... ...ize mistake to correct them.Outline are my road maps in successfully completing an assignment because they help me to navigate and organize my thoughts.
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With all that this class offers I think that the most important part is putting yourself out there and keeping an open dialogue with the speakers that come to present in class.All that it took was me walking up to him and talking to him after class about what he does and I was already really intrigued with what he did, and knew that it would be something I want to do after graduating college.This class I would recommend to other people that are even interested in sports whether it be part of the salary cap for an NFL team or just trying to get into an accountant for a business in sports, I feel like this class is a huge stepping stone in any type of sporting industry.They are important and would be able to mentor you and show you the rop...
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This article could have been more convincing if other professors or students had been included in the story.Dussold turns back around after getting fired and sues them because he believes he was truly fired because of the rumor, and how he now has a new job and a college not far from SIUE, “He remains convinced that it was the rumor-and the fear that he would sue-that led to his firing.Eventually you learn that Dussold get the dean involved who does his own investigation and later on fires but not for the rumor, but because of plagiarism of another professors work.Then Bartlett just explains everything surrounding the rumor and never exaggerates on the actual reason he got fired, which was plagiarism.And he believes he can prove that in ...
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Interpersonal communication is much more than just about talking.The more subtle areas of communicating are just as important.I like to cross my arms and legs because I find it more comfortable, but I am aware that it makes me look more closed off.Finally, the third type of listening is empathetic lis... ... middle of paper ... ...ect how others perceive you, but I believe clothes affect how you act as well.In more professional or even just social situations, I have been trying to avoid this and maintain more open body positions.
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However, once I began to actually think about what I wanted to do with my life after college, I realized that I needed to know what I wanted to do, what I wanted to study, not just what team I wanted to cheer for in the Fall.Also, I don’t want college to be the best four years of my life, I want college to guide me towards the best 10, 20 or 30+ years of my life through the opportunities college presents me.I understand the networking can be a major factor in the job search process and may be the difference between getting a job and being beat out for a job.However, just as a college student is said to switch majors and average of five times, my career dreams changed as well.Upon entering my junior year of high school, I knew that it was...
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On the night of that conversation I remember thinking, “Missy don’t you forget tonight, don’t you forget what she is telling you.” I will forever remember this night.Reason, it was the night she taught me the most important lesson ever; to stay true to yourself and create the life you want to live.I have been so grateful for recently being accepted into my number one, top choice, college.I want to go here for the Henry C. Lee College of Criminal Justice and Forensic science.The first step to this, I believe, is college.
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