Photo by Brett Jordan on Unsplash Oh boy, where do I begin? After a lot of thinking, toing and froing, I’ve come to the conclusion of describing this in three words; Don’t hold back, that is what I would tell my teenage self! My teenage self was cautious I was very cautious when I was … Continue reading What I Would Tell My Teenage Self: Don’t Hold Back!
Aaron tells of his experience of university life. Picture by: Richie Hancox Having previously shared what I did right at university, it's time for me to share what I did wrong during my time in higher education. My journey is not over just yet, but this will give you an idea of what I could … Continue reading What I Did Wrong At University – Aaron’s Experience
Photo by: Mikael Kristenson/Unsplash University students are due to return to campus for in-class lessons on May 17th. The return of university students has been pushed back repeatedly due to the fear of students transmitting the virus when they return to their term-time address. But students will finally be allowed to return to class properly … Continue reading Staying Safe When Returning To Campus
Photo by: Mikael Kristenson/Unsplash The Government today has announced that students won't be allowed to return to campus for face-to-face teaching until 17th May at the earliest. Despite calls from vice-chancellors and students across the country, the Government has ruled the return of students before the 17th of May. Which coincides with step 3 of … Continue reading Students Not Allowed To Return To Class Until 17th May At The Earliest
Photo by: J. Kelly Brito/Unsplash I’m sure that there have been moments in all our lives where we have felt that we don’t belong. Whether that came from getting on the wrong school trip bus, getting the time of the film wrong and sitting through an un-dubbed, un-subtitled, foreign war film, or something we feel … Continue reading Overcoming Imposter Syndrome With Online Learning