“The procedure, it is said, is simple: The body part is slightly moistened (if nature has not already seen to that!), then the tissue paper bearing the metal leaf is gently placed onto the body part, metal-down (“growers” and “show-ers” calculating accordingly). 1,775 more words
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It’s March 12, 1933, and the President of the United States, Franklin Delano Roosevelt, has just come on the radio because as he says, “I want to talk for a few minutes with the people of the United States about banking.” He then proceeds to inform the country of nation-wide bank closures to stop a surge of mass withdrawals (we’re in the middle of the depression, here). 617 more words
Last week I completed my university module concerning preparation for role transition – from student to becoming a nurse. It culminated with my delivery of a 20 minute power point presentation, which reflected on my learning journey – where I was at the beginning, where I am now and where I need to get to. 465 more words
Do you know how you learn?
VARK tells you something about yourself that you may or may not know. It can be used to understand your boss, your colleagues, your parents, your workmates, your partner, your customers, your teacher, your relatives, your clients and yourself. 207 more words
I am primarily a visual and kinaesthetic learner. This means that my favourite ways to really learn & understand something are seeing & doing.
(If you’re interested in how you learn, the VARK test is an easy online questionnaire that can give you a lot of insight. 2,359 more words