I’m really excited to be in my third term at UoPeople. Time just doesn’t seem to slow down; it feels like if I blink too fast, a degree will magically appear in my hands! It’s been crazy hectic at home, trying to keep up with school, job hunting, and preparing to move. Here’s my learning journal entry for week 1.
I promised that I would give a final review for my last term at UoPeople. There is a lot of good to say about the institution, and with it’s noble cause, it’s difficult to say anything bad. However without pointing out the shortcomings that I’ve experienced is to say the school does not need to improve; no institution can say this.
I’ve been a bit of a slacker towards this blog again. I’ve missed the last 2 weeks of posts, but now that I’m done school ’till September you’ll be seeing a lot more material. For starters, here’s my learning journal entry from week 7 of my 2nd term at UoPeople. Enjoy!
In this week at school, our discussion assignment asked us to post about the difference between ‘=’ and ‘==’ in Python. I put a pretty decent amount of effort in this assignment, so I thought I’d share it here.
This year I started studying at University of the People, and the experience has been amazing to say the least. I’d like to share a bit of my story leading up to my enrollment.
Hello again! Yesterday was the beginning of week 5 for my second term at UoPeople. Regretfully I have not been keeping up with my blog as consistently as I would like. For those who have found my posts enjoyable and interesting, I apologize.
Sorry it’s been a while since I’ve posted about school. I’m experiencing a lot of stress, and have been struggling to commit to my blog. However I plan to reboot my state of mind and get back on track…
Tomorrow is going to be the first day of Term 5 in 2014-5 at University of The People (my second term). To help get a head start and mitigate some stress, I’m going to take some preliminary efforts and start preparing myself today.
One of the most important skills we can develop as students and professionals, is our ability to take notes. There’s a lot of information that we read both in and out of school, that is very heavy and dense. Because of this, quality note taking is especially important. Continue reading Note Taking Strategies for Online Classes – UoPeople
I’ve gotten my grades back for my finals, and my grades couldn’t have been better! So, as promised I’ll share a little bit of my study, and preparation process for anyone interested in improving their grade.