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Behind the peacock's tail

The topic of this post was motivated by a simple question I had to ask myself twice in the last 6 months : why can’t the internet tell me how a peacock manages its own tail? 547 more words

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Bad supervision? Or bad communication? Avoiding complaints in supervision – the importance of good communication

By Claire Aitchison

No one wants trouble in doctoral candidature, but unfortunately, sometimes things can go bad. In this blog we review a recently released Discussion Paper on complaints about supervision and highlight the importance of clear and timely communication. 1,239 more words

Emotion And Writing

Diary for March 14 - rescheduling!

Writings and C-Day. I haven’t finished checking the overdue February writing assignments, sorry. I hope I can manage that for next day. Some people handed in the March assignments and next day is the dealine, with no extension for we’ll have a C-Day when we’re back from the Spring hols. 605 more words

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How to structure a communication strategy

Writing a good communication strategy can be tricky. A well-organised structure is pivotal, and clear writing is quintessential.

Obviously each and every strategy will be different, according to target audience, topics, desired outcomes, impact and results. 86 more words

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Next week: Orals in Europe and Pay It Forward

Next day we will hold the lesson we scheduled in February: watching oral performances in Europe sorted out by levels, and I will explain how we organize Certificate Orals in May. 78 more words

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Myths about Fluency in a certain language

<3 If legislators and educational authorities would only listen! I’ve always had trouble with the wording of the CAN-Do’s for the advanced level! <3 Did you read the course syllabus? 56 more words

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