When it comes to teaching, experience can make a huge difference in students’ lives, helping them to grow and develop during a crucial period of their lives. But why? Here are 5 essential reasons.
Archives for May 2018
Refugees are knocking on our door, but under the Trump administration, America has shut that door most of the way. According to the International Rescue Committee, the U.S. has welcomed an average of 95,000 refugees per year since 1980. They also report that the Trump administration has put a 45,000 person cap on refugees, exclaiming: “no U.S. president, not even in the wake of 9/11, has so turned their back on refugees.”
When we talk about addiction, most of the time, we talk about drugs, alcohol, and gambling. Whilst this is true, they are not the only things we can become addicted to.
The old saying goes that every picture tells a story, and iconic sixties essayist Joan Didion justified our desire for narrative with her insistence that “we tell ourselves stories in order to live”.
What is made looks to encourage a questioning of one’s own potential to create
An amusing moment during a Royal Visit.
I asked him what it feels like to be “world-class.” But, I could tell he was uncomfortable with comparisons.
The Paris Agreement meets the requirements of a treaty under the Vienna Convention on the Law of Treaties and is part of the United Nations Framework Convention on Climate Change (UNFCCC). This paper examines the status and legal structure of the agreement in international law, sets out the objectives of the Paris Agreement and provides background material leading to the Paris Agreement.
Mounted on the smaller section of the Playa Pilar Beach, the hotel is directly adjacent to a national park that sports a protected area of towering vegetation-covered dunes… and a beach that is one of the more spectacular in the Caribbean.