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Home v. Public

Of course there are both of these types of people everywhere.

In my last post, I mentioned that some family friends stayed with us. We often discussed  the similarities and differences between France and the U.S. 195 more words


Back-to-School Organization

This is both the best and worst part of my year. As a post-secondary student, my summer break is a whopping four months long if I’m not taking any summer courses. 1,352 more words

Back To School

Study Saturday Series: How to Achieve High Intensity of Focus

Yes, we all have been in one of those moments when a test is shortly approaching but you can’t seem to focus and end up freaking out instead. 681 more words


Participation Points and Quietly Learning

Cue the simultaneous groan is emitted from the majority of students.

For those who are no longer is basic education or have a really understanding teacher who doesn’t do this, I’ll break it down for you. 474 more words


Sociology? Is That Even A Real Subject?

I smirk at my brother, ‘I’ll retire before you!’
Ha, not with sociology you won’t...’ she spat.

As I transferred universities, I had also transferred courses; from journalism to sociology. 494 more words


New Teacher

As I said in a previous post my first day of school was about a week ago. So far I’m liking all my teachers, except for one. 390 more words

Junior High

Back to School: AAA Texas Tips for Child Safety on Roads

(Houston, TX)–When the school bells ring again there will be more pedestrian traffic in and around school zones throughout Texas. That’s why AAA Texas urges motorists to use extra caution. 535 more words