For the serious student, even if you don’t know it yet.
I am a teacher and a recently graduated Masters student who has been studying and learning how to study for some years now. I have insights and tricks to make the grueling hours of studying for survey courses as well as for writing and defending a thesis as easy as possible. I have studied abroad twice and taught ESL classes, so I have a lot of advice about living in different cultures, using a new language, and how to enjoy your time while getting work done.
I am hoping to turn this blog into a tutor service, where I can give one on one suggestions to help students complete projects, papers, a dissertation, or otherwise important assignments through planned video conference sessions. The video platform would also serve as an archival area for lectures, study prompts, and probably a few pictures of my cat wearing my glasses for students to peruse.
If you would like to see this happen, please contact me about making a donation.
A donation to help turn the Student Portal blog into a digital classroom.
This is otherwise an affiliate website, so there are links to products that can earn me a commission (gotta pay those loans some how!), but I’ll do my best never to be a pushy type. Here is the required disclaimer–“We are a participant in the Amazon Services LLC Associates Program, an affiliate advertising program designed to provide a means for us to earn fees by linking to Amazon.com and affiliated sites.” I use the products that I suggest, which, by no means, are the only route to go during the course of your studies. What I offer has worked for me and I hope can work for you.
Please feel free to leave comments, questions, or suggestions.
Best of luck with school!