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The World as Your Campus: Designing a General Ed Curriculum for Life One of the biggest hurdles people face when embarking on a journey of self-education is deciding what to learn. There are so many possibilities that it’s difficult to narrow down the options. If you still don’t know what you want to focus your self-studies on, may I suggest you take a bit of time for “general education.” In college, we think of general education as the series of courses one must take to get a broad understanding of academics. Classes like English, math, and history, help students of all disciplines share a common base of knowledge. In the “world campus,” a general education is anything that helps you explore your own interests and share a common understanding with humanity.

Synbio 2007 From OpenWetWare General Info Spring 2007 Instructor: Jay Keasling (keasling@berkeley.edu) How to Perform Self Hypnosis Edit Article Preparing for HypnosisEntering HypnosisEnhancing Your Experience Edited by Jack Herrick, Ben Rubenstein, Imperatrix, David Dixon and 118 others Self-hypnosis is a naturally occurring state of mind which can be defined as a heightened state of focused concentration. With it, you can change your thinking, kick bad habits, and take control of the person you are -- along with relaxation and destressing from everyday life. It's similar to meditation, but results in a better you. Understanding Student Aid: Federal, State and College Aid Photo: Thinkstock Not sure where financial aid for college education comes from? The federal government, states and individual colleges and universities are the main providers of money to assist students with tuition and other costs related to their college degree. Learn more about each type of college financial aid and where your scholarships, grants and loans are likely to come from.

The Joy of Practical Learning…What Can You DO? An unfortunate number of people graduate from high school or college with a lot of knowledge and no practical ability. I’m a firm believer that practical learning (i.e. the ability to do something) is just as important as academic learning (i.e. knowledge about something). Practical learning encompasses anything that helps someone master a skill or ability.

Laboratory Fundamentals of Synthetic Biology From OpenWetWare Syllabus Class Format The Class will meet twice a week, one 2 hour classroom session, and one 3 hour lab session. Problem sets will be assigned weekly for the first eight weeks. A midterm exam will cover the classroom material and the first several weeks of lab instruction.

The Party Rock Anthem Level 1 Congratulations! You leveled up, but you aren't logged in so we can't save your points. Login Composing Your College Admission Resume - In Like Me Remember the College Folder we suggested you maintain throughout high school? The file with all of your activities, awards, honors, community service hours, leadership positions, etc. Now is a good time to dig it out or put one together to compose your college resume. Your college admissions resume highlights your accomplishments during high school and can be a tremendous asset when you fill out applications, meet with an interviewer, ask for recommendations, or apply for scholarships. Learn how to build your College Admission Resume. Unlike a professional resume, where the reader is generally looking for skills, education and experience, colleges (and the people who will write your recommendations, interview you and evaluate you for scholarships) are more interested in your scholastic and other achievements, awards, activities, athletics, leadership, community service, special talents and how you spent your time during high school.

How to Learn on Your Own: Creating an Independent Scholar Resource Plan One of the most challenging and gratifying parts of learning alone is the opportunity to search for and select your own learning material. Students in traditional classrooms usually don’t get to decide how they are going to master course content. Instructors decide for them in the form of textbook selection, quizzes, tests, group projects, etc. As an independent learner, you can make your study time more effective by using only the learning methods that work for you. A resource plan is a document used to brainstorm the learning material you can use when you begin your studies.

Introduction to Neural Networks CS-449: Neural Networks Fall 99 Instructor: Genevieve Orr Willamette University Lecture Notes prepared by Genevieve Orr, Nici Schraudolph, and Fred Cummins

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