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Charlie is a Law student at Victoria University of Wellington and the President of the Law Students' Society. In addition to her studies, Charlie is training for a half Iron Man and works with the Law Students' Society to organize social and professional events for the aspiring lawyers at Victoria University of Wellington. Follow a day in Charlie's life, witness an exciting ball and concert she organized, and learn why this uni is a perfect academic and legal combination for law school! Subscribe To "Crimson Education" Channel HERE: http://bit.ly/2ha5MAA For more content from current "Stanford" Students, click HERE: http://bit.ly/2hXNy20 To "Ask" other Students a Question, click HERE: http://bit.ly/2hoXssF Like "Crimson Hub" on Facebook HERE: http://bit.ly/2hSv4mu Follow "Crimson Hub" ...
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“It’s not just about getting from achieved to excellence. It’s not just grade oriented. The company’s really big on self-reflection.” Alana is a firm believer that grades don’t define a student. Ability and talent are more than a mark on paper. Check out the video to see why Alana is so passionate about tutoring and how she pushes her students to go above and beyond! http://inspirationeducation.co.nz
Ian Bowell, lecturer in Visual Arts in the Faculty of Education, Victoria University of Wellington, talks about supporting teachers by using existing expertise in the community. The City Gallery, Pataka Museum, Raroa School and Victoria University are all involved in a project that aims to support teachers in the Visual Arts curriculum area.
Meet Esme. She's one of our amazing tutors at Inspiration Education. Check out what Esme has to say about being a tutor for Inspiration Education as well as hearing about her own experiences with education. You may even catch a few of her expert tips for students studying NCEA. Stay tuned to meet some of other passionate tutors! inspirationeducation.co.nz
Dr Matthew McCrudden talks about his research into text learning and student comprehension.
A video shown at the 2011 Physical Education New Zealand (PENZ) Conference as part of a presentation by Georgina Duindam of Sport Wellington to highlight partnerships between sport and education when teaching fundamental movement skills
“By the end of it they have a whole new sense of confidence.” Lewis is another one of the many passionate tutors here at Inspiration Education. Check out the video below and find out why Lewis is so passionate about helping his students believe, achieve and succeed in their academics and in other areas of their lives. Make sure you take note of his top tips for success in NCEA!
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Dr Roseanna Bourke talks about her research into self-assessment at school and tertiary level, with a focus on life-long learning.
Founded in 1837, Wellington School is celebrating 175 years and offers exceptional all-round education for day and boarding pupils. Set in the beautiful Somerset countryside, we are a friendly and flourishing co-educational independent school where academic excellence is celebrated, and where sporting and creative achievements are cherished. Independence and freedom of expression are nurtured and valued. Our Junior School teaches children from 3-11, and we take pupils from 11-18 at the Senior School.
Delia Baskerville, lecturer at the Faculty of Education, Victoria University of Wellington, talks about her arts-based research, which examines how the arts help children learn and how drama acknowledges what students bring to the classroom.
Having observed with consternation the many shortfalls of our society, Wellington has come to the conclusion that empowering our mental faculties is the way forward. Now, Scrabble, apart from being a fun way of exercising our intellectual muscles, is an undertaking we as Nigerians can rally around, not only to aid our educational system but we can also forge a powerful national identity especially in the light of recent findings. Wellington Jighere was born in November 1982 at Umolo-Olomu, in Ughelli South Local Government Area of Delta state, Nigeria. He is a graduate of with Agriculture with a BSc (Crop Science) from University of Benin. Wellington is a Scrabble player who has made exploits in Scrabble including winning the African Scrabble Championship twice (back to back) in 2008 ...
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