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What's Your Late Policy? Why?

My late policy is to accept it with a 10% reduction off the top of the grade. If it is handed in later than a day I usually don’t accept the work. 118 more words

Teaching

'Walking The Walk' With Students ... And Screaming Fans - OWEN PHILLIPS JANUARY 25, 2015 8:13 AM ET

The NPR Ed team is discovering what teachers do when they’re not teaching. Artist? Carpenter? Quidditch player? Explore our Secret Lives of Teachers series.

It’s not unusual for kids to wear a T-shirt to school with their favorite band on it. 254 more words

Lifestyle

Re-teaching point of view

They just did not get it … is  a phrase constantly voiced in faculty and content meetings in schools everywhere. If they would have been taught to read better  1,464 more words

Instruction

How Music Helps Drive Discovery

Regardless of what language you speak, music is a constant between us all. For these three students, that’s definitely the case.  With varying studies from politics to hotel management, they always make time for their first love: music. 159 more words

Students

A Sinister Cupcake

Dear Reader,

Picture me, if you will, at my desk, writing the words ’42 – should fail but I can’t be bothered to write a re-sit’ in red ink across the bottom of Salty Bob’s exam script. 272 more words

Academia

Final life drawing session

For the last life drawing session, the students could work in what ever medium they wanted. Some examples are shown below, some tried their hand at clay modelling. 34 more words

Art

23rd January 2015 - Interim Portfolio Day

Here we are – we have reached the middle of the academic year at the University of Westminster. Time to assess and appreciate our students portfolios and hard work during a lively “interim cross-marking” with our colleagues. 131 more words

Work