Tag Archives: Classroom

Relationships in Australia (Jaime Kamps-Duac)

Original post date: 02 November Today begins my last day of courses here at USC. My semester has flown by faster than I could have imagined. Currently I am a few hundred words away from completing my last assignment for … Continue reading

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UL, SNC, and the Future (Ken Rideout)

I figured it might be time for a post about some of the classes I am taking over here in Limerick.  I may have touched on the subject of class structure in an earlier post but I plan on going into more … Continue reading

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Exams Are Over (Thomas Grams)

After a three-week exam period, exams are finally over. It’s hard to imagine my academic time here in Australia has finally come to an end. It’s hard to believe classes are finished and I am currently awaiting my final grades. … Continue reading

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Educational Experiences in Australia (Nikki Graf)

Studying abroad in relation to my major was easy for me. Although it was initially a concern for me about being behind with my major’s coursework, Macquarie University is a large school with many options to choose from. Personally, I … Continue reading

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Classroom Experiences (Jenny LeMere)

My classes in Ecuador are extremely difficult for me.  Today I had two presentations, one went well and the other was terrible.  I worked with a partner who did not do what she said she would for the project and she … Continue reading

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Spanish (Laura Gordon)

Throughout my time here in Spain I have been comparing and contrasting my study abroad academic experience with my friends’ academic experiences solely out of curiosity. They are all very similar besides one major factor: ALL CLASSES IN SPAIN ARE … Continue reading

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You Want Me to Call You by Your First Name, Professor? (Susan Hiller)

Australian classroom etiquette is very different from that at St. Norbert College.  The main difference that I have not adjusted to and I don’t think that I will adjust to is calling our teachers by our first names.  It just … Continue reading

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UCC The School to Be (Jenny Cheke)

My very first experience in an Irish classroom was a huge success. My professor was wonderful. She was so helpful and understanding. The first day of class she made us very aware that we can go to her for anything, … Continue reading

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Dumbledore Wouldn’t Let This Happen (Keri Hodnik)

Recently there have been numerous protests lining the streets in London – hundreds of kids getting together to cry out against the increase in University fees.  They gathered in such masses that tubes were closed, yielding signs saying things like, … Continue reading

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Differences in Education (Alessandra Mendez)

“Ugh, the printer on second floor is not working so now I have to go all the way downstairs to print!” I am sure a lot of you have either heard or said this when you have to print something … Continue reading

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