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Master of Pharmacy (Graduate Entry) at Curtin

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Curtin University’s Master of Pharmacy is a graduate entry degree. It’s for students who have a bachelor degree in something else, maybe a Bachelor of Science, and it provides them a professional qualification to become a pharmacist who can practice in Australia. When I discovered that doing a postgrad in pharmacy at Curtin was only […]

Dartmouth College in the Ivy League Context – Insight from an Educational Consultant and Alumnus

Dartmouth College in the Ivy League Context – Insight from an Educational Consultant and Alumnus

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Hi, I’m mark Montgomery here with some great college advice. Today we’re going to talk about Dartmouth College. There are probably at least three things you need to know about Dartmouth College, and maybe that’s prefaced by first the fact that I went there. So, I know a lot about the school, both good and […]

Education in Wales is changing (Saesneg/English)

Education in Wales is changing (Saesneg/English)

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The cottages and houses The villages and towns The streets and the communities This is our common ground Here every hour’s an inspiration Every day’s a legacy Every life finds its foundation Where we learn who we could be School Where Wales was made Where Grand Slam winners learned to play Where Welsh artists, singers, […]

POLITICAL THEORY – Jean-Jacques Rousseau

POLITICAL THEORY – Jean-Jacques Rousseau

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Modern life is deeply attracted to the idea of progress in the 18th century as European societies became ever richer and more technological, the conventional view was that mankind was firmly set on a positive trajectory from savagery and ignorance toward prosperity and civilization. But there was at least one eighteen century philosopher who violently […]

EASTERN PHILOSOPHY – The Buddha

EASTERN PHILOSOPHY – The Buddha

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The story of the Buddha’s life, like all of Buddhism, is a story about confronting suffering. He was born between the sixth and fourth century B.C., the son of a wealthy king in the Himalayan foothills of Nepal. It was prophesied that the young Buddha — then called Siddhartha Gautama — would either become the […]

LinkedIn Learning for Higher Education

LinkedIn Learning for Higher Education

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– The practice of job searching hasn’t changed much. Networking, referrals, demonstrating skills and so forth. But the way we do it has. Today, it can all happen in one place. And that’s LinkedIn. It connects the world’s professionals, and creates economic opportunity for every member of the global workforce. And LinkedIn Learning combines our […]

Special Educational Needs and Disabilities

Special Educational Needs and Disabilities

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Deciding what pupils will learn and how they’re going to learn it is about the most important thing that a school leader does. And evaluating the impact of these decisions on the way that curricular content is structured and sequenced in a way which is going to build pupils’ knowledge and help them to apply […]

Improving education: Kenya

Improving education: Kenya

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The news is all over town now that a new education curriculum begins in Kenya this year. The ministry of education applauds the efforts by Oxford University Press in supporting these initiatives through the development of the ‘Teacher’s Companion’. This is a book with what is needed in the new curriculum. It’s like a bible […]

PHILOSOPHY – Albert Camus

PHILOSOPHY – Albert Camus

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Albert Camus was an extremely handsome, mid 20th century French Algerian philosopher and writer whose claim to our attention is based on three novels: The Outsider, The Plage, The Fall and two philosophical essays: The Myth of Sisyphus and The Rebel. Camus won the Nobel Prize for Literature in 1957 and died at the age […]

SEDA College – CV classes

SEDA College – CV classes

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I’d definitely recommend to SEDA students and all students coming over from different countries, I really encourage them to apply for a work in Ireland even if it not in their specific field, it’s a great way to learn more about the culture, it’s great to come and have classes but when you’re actually in […]