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What Kind Of Procrastinator Are You? What's Your Learning Style? 20 Questions. What's Your Learning Style?

What's Your Learning Style? 20 Questions

20 Questions EducationPlanner Site Menu Section Menu Main Content What's Your Learning Style? <h4 style="text-align: center;">This application requires JavaScript. Tim Minchin - 9 Life Lessons. Inside the mind of a master procrastinator. Procrastination Test - Abridged. SparkNotes: Today's Most Popular Study Guides. Edward Hopper's Iconic Painting Nighthawks Explained in a 7-Minute Video Introduction. If any one painting stands for mid-twentieth-century America, Nighthawks does.

Edward Hopper's Iconic Painting Nighthawks Explained in a 7-Minute Video Introduction

In fact, Edward Hopper's 1942 canvas of four figures in a late-night New York City diner may qualify as the most vivid evocation of that country and time in any form. For Evan Puschak, better known as the video essayist Nerdwriter, the experience of Nighthawks goes well beyond the visual realm. The Pool - Life - Being Part Of 'Generation Rent' Doesn't Have To Be A Bad Thing. Universal-basic-income-finland.html?smprod=nytcore-ipad&smid=nytcore-ipad-share&referer= The government is eager to see what happens next.


Will more people pursue jobs or start businesses? How many will stop working and squander their money on vodka? Will those liberated from the time-sucking entanglements of the unemployment system use their freedom to gain education, setting themselves up for promising new careers? These areas of inquiry extend beyond economic policy, into the realm of human nature. The answers — to be determined over a two-year trial — could shape social welfare policy far beyond Nordic terrain.

5 Finnish Education Myths DEBUNKED. This video shows you the true size of countries compared to how they look on maps. The Mercator projection is the most popular map projection in the world.

This video shows you the true size of countries compared to how they look on maps

And, apparently, it’s also wrong. Gerardus Mercator created the projection around 1569, with lines of longitude and latitude, but critics have long since found that the map also made certain areas – namely Europe, Russia and the US - much bigger than they actually are. What many people don't know is that it's also inaccurate because the Earth is a 3D globe: attempting to translate that to 2D inevitably causes distortions. The UK is rather a lot smaller than you might think: places like Japan, The Phillipines, Sumatra, Madagascar, and New Zealand are much larger than our little island. Canada is roughly the same size as China. Watch first lady Michelle Obama’s full speech at the 2016 Democratic National Convention. 5 interview tips to help you land that first post-university job. Be on time Obvious?

5 interview tips to help you land that first post-university job

Yes. But you’d be surprised at how many candidates think it’s okay to arrive late. Or turn up at the office when the interview’s due to start. In an ideal world, you should aim to arrive about 15 minutes earlier than your interview start time. The 10 professions with the most psychopaths. 17 words that make you sound like a snob. Our impression of a person is so often moulded by the language they use and the manner in which they speak.

17 words that make you sound like a snob

Margaret Thatcher famously had voice training to lower hers an octave, which is commonly acknowledged to have helped her rise to the top of the Conservative party. We're also fascinated by words that we should and shouldn't use, as evidenced by the amount of articles of this kind and the fact that you have elected to read this very one. ✔ What Career is Right For You? (Personality Test) Tim Minchin UWA Address (2013) Facebook pays 10-year-old Finnish genius $10,000 for exposing flaw in Instagram. Facebook’s Mark Zuckerberg (Josh Edelson/AFP via Getty Images) A hacker in Finland has become the youngest person to receive a reward from Facebook’s Bug Bounty program — but he’ll have to wait three years before he’s old enough to humblebrag about it on the social media platform.

Facebook pays 10-year-old Finnish genius $10,000 for exposing flaw in Instagram

Ten-year-old Jani, whose last name isn’t being shared at the request of his parents, uncovered a way to delete any given comment on Instagram, the photo-sharing company that Facebook bought for $1 billion in 2012 — and which Jani, so to speak, pwned. London Play - Clip from "Where to Invade Next" Career Test High School College Students Free Job Quiz Best Tests.

The driverless truck is coming, and it’s going to automate millions of jobs. A convoy of self-driving trucks recently drove across Europe and arrived at the Port of Rotterdam.

The driverless truck is coming, and it’s going to automate millions of jobs

No technology will automate away more jobs — or drive more economic efficiency — than the driverless truck. Shipping a full truckload from L.A. to New York costs around $4,500 today, with labor representing 75 percent of that cost. But those labor savings aren’t the only gains to be had from the adoption of driverless trucks. Where drivers are restricted by law from driving more than 11 hours per day without taking an 8-hour break, a driverless truck can drive nearly 24 hours per day. That means the technology would effectively double the output of the U.S. transportation network at 25 percent of the cost. Top 10 Amazing Facts About Australia.

18 English words that mean very different things in Britain and America. As the old adage famously goes: you say tom-MAY-toes, and I say tom-MAH-toes.

18 English words that mean very different things in Britain and America

We should probably call the whole thing off, right? Ever since the might of the British Empire was expelled from the United States, ordinary folk from both sides of the pond have chuckled at each other's use of the English language and pronunciation. The Yrjö Show. Real English® - Real English® a ajouté une photo — avec... Why Finland has the best schools. The Harvard education professor Howard Gardner once advised Americans, “Learn from Finland, which has the most effective schools and which does just about the opposite of what we are doing in the United States.”

Why Finland has the best schools

Following his recommendation, I enrolled my 7-year-old son in a primary school in Joensuu, Finland, which is about as far east as you can go in the European Union before you hit the guard towers of the Russian border. OK, I wasn't just blindly following Gardner — I had a position as a lecturer at the University of Eastern Finland for a semester. But the point is that, for five months, my wife, my son and I experienced a stunningly stress-free, and stunningly good, school system. Finland has a history of producing the highest global test scores in the Western world, as well as a trophy case full of other recent No. 1 global rankings, including most literate nation. In Finland, children don't receive formal academic training until the age of 7. Ninjas wanted as Japan region promotes 'warlord tourism' Image copyright Aichi Prefecture Sharpen your shuriken, Japan's Aichi prefecture is looking to hire six ninjas in a bid to boost tourism.

The roles are full time and the pay is ¥180,000 ($1,600; £1,100) a month, the job ad says (in Japanese). Physical fitness and acrobatic skills are a must says Aichi prefecture, which hopes to promote "warlord tourism". How Body Language Can Help You Get a Job Offer - Motto. Got a job interview coming up? You can run through practice questions until your tongue goes numb, select the perfect Olivia Pope-meets-Alicia Florrick outfit and send out a Pulitzer Prize-worthy thank you note. But if your body language doesn’t convey the right message, you’re undermining all of your efforts. JFK's Very Revealing Harvard Application Essay. John F. Kennedy is one of the most mythologized figures in contemporary American history.

Kristiāns Rizzotto. How anxiety scrambles your brain and makes it hard to learn. 25 Of The Most Beautiful College Campuses In The World. Business Skills: How To Answer Job Interview Questions in English – Part 1. Tion Words. Using active, positive words (these are normally verbs) in a CV or in an application form can give it additional impact and make a stronger impression on potential employers.

Employability Skills Map. This “skills map” sets out all the main employability skills in a way that shows their relationships to each other. You may wish to highlight any you feel you are good at and put a question mark against any you feel you need to develop. A first hand perspective on Finnish schools vs North American schools. Stories of Afghan girls whose lives have been turned around by education revealed. Andrew McAfee: What will future jobs look like?

The death of the exam: Canada is at the leading edge of killing the dreaded annual ‘final’ for good. Three miles. Working to Live or Living to Work? Finland: A Society of Trust. Imagine a world where you simply expect everyone to follow the rules and do the right thing. This researcher asked kids what's wrong with U.S. schools. Here are their ideas. Interview Simulation.