Educationists are always in wake of turning the education system more dynamic. The need has never been felt more, than it is now. We are witnessing an intersection of great challenge and great opportunity. At this hour, fathomless students lack access to a high-quality education; still others are unable to chalk up their full potential. Education is the burning issue of the modern world. All across the globe, individuals, organizations and governments recognize that education is the need of the hour, crucial to everything from personal opportunity and social mobility to world peace and prosperity. And there is a fierce hunger for reliable evidence about creative solutions to the long-standing problems, and visionary leaders who can enact transformational change in school and college systems. That is the opportunity. Opportunity to perform ahead than others, opportunity to contribute, opportunity to inspire, opportunity to grow and opportunity to lead the revolutionary change right from the foundation. I believe that the rudimentary purpose of education is the create men of great intellectual,capable of experimenting new ideas rather repeating the actions of predecessors. Thus, education is making one’s life in harmony to all possible existence and not merely transforming the information. The Reader Group aims the same to impart to the education system right from the foundation, right from the school. The key objective in RGS & RGC is to provide innovative environment for all dynamic souls in all respects.
Because for me SUCCESS is contribution not accumulation.
"He turns on his phone, guess who he sees
Sk8er girl rocking up Instagram [..]
I am a sk8er 🛹girl, I said "see you later, boy"...
Ok me messing with Avril Lavigne's lyrics and skating around @vassarcollege 🇺🇸 is kind of weird 😆, especially when this school is famous for two most elegant ladies ever: Meryl Streep and Anne Hathaway.
The most compelling part of Vassar College, despite its empowering history and fancy alumni, are the multiple arts organizations on campus. Vassar is home to over a hundred clubs, including The Philaletheis Society, a theatre troupe founded in 1865. There are also experimental, devised, female, black, Shakespearean, and musical theater troupes - essentially any kind of theatre for differing artistic needs.
But no worries, weird-vibe skater 🛹 science 🧬 freak like Ruby feels very safe and welcome in this reputable college. This laboratory corner here is my favorite.
I guess this is my last post about Vassar for now. If you want more information about them, comment 👇👇👇👇👇👇👇"I WANT MORE."
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‘For as long as I can remember, I’ve always been the “Chinese girl” in every school I ever went to. I think it’d be pretty obvious why that has been the case all these years — and if it isn’t, it’s because of my eyes. I had to change schools a lot, because I travelled a lot. My mother and sister both love going on trips, and because of that I got to go to different places and I saw so many amazing things, especially when I went up North. Because of this excessive travelling, I got to listen to a lot of stories which made me realise that every story is of great significance and in order to get to know people and build a safer environment, those stories need to be told. And ever since then, I used to transform those stories into videos that I directed, all in my own head. I developed an interest in acting and filmmaking a while back, and have made films on topics like sexism and school life. Another aspect to this passion of mine is my want for making films about certain books, and music videos for certain songs. A Thousand Splendid Suns is one book that once I’d read I was like “I have to make a movie on this no matter what.” And when it comes to songs, it’s not just that I’m obsessed with your typical Hollywood songs; I love Bollywood and even Lollywood songs and want to recreate them in my videos as well. I was going through a rough patch during my O Levels, a time I honestly couldn’t have survived on my own. My survival was made possible by the love and support I got from my friends at LACAS Burki, and the admin. And then I came to JT; new life, a new adventure. A place more accepting than I could have ever thought, where I could befriend wonderful people, and where I found amazing models to satiate my hunger for photography. I came here, and I improved as a person. I came here and started living again. It’s honestly like I was resurrected, not just because I came to a good place, but because with JT came humanities subjects, something I hadn’t had back during my O Levels, a time of my life where I was forced to put up with science. [continued in comments]
good morning ⛅️ i suck at taking mirror selfies but i bought these pants and shirt at Forever21 on Friday for only $23 and i love my outfit today ! believe it or not, this is actually "dressed up" for me. i always like to be simple and comfy, though my ankles had to deal with the cold this morning from walking to campus 🤷🏽♀️😂
6. Reading a chapter – look for answers – 40-50% of time
You are now finally going to read the text in depth. But read it with a clear picture in your mind of what you need to know and understand. Most of the reading will be looking for these points. As a result you can read the material quicker. Your concentration will be much better because the goal of reading is clear. Your observation improves because now you know which words and points you need to take note of.
As a result you don't need to spend as much time reading. You are just filling out the big picture that the author (or teacher) is trying to share with you in the textbook. This is similar to having done all the edges of a puzzle and now you are ready to fill in the middle. Look for answers to the questions that came up when you were pre-reading the material.
Keep in mind that in reality we don't learn anything by reading about it. We learn when we start to dedicate ourselves to the material by using the knowledge in projects, writing down notes, talking about it with fellow students or answering and creating questions from the material. This way we can ingrain it in ourselves and gain new knowledge. ...more on this on my #blog - http://bit.ly/11TipsTextbooks