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Des liens pour en savoir +
ETUDE SUR LES EFFETS NEUROLOGIQUES DU COVID
Lien de l’étude : https://www.thelancet.com/journals/lanpsy/article/PIIS2215-0366(21)00084-5/fulltext
Écriture : Blanche Vathonne – Benjamin Aleberteau – Agathe Boussard – Hugo Travers
Montage : Camille Paulet
Do You Reward Students Who Work Hard?
As an educator, do you believe the process of grading or evaluating students’ work is always completed in a fair manner? Are you able to maintain a strict sense of objectivity as you evaluate learning activities completed by your students? I’ve thought about this recently as I reviewed the levels of a scoring guide given to me to complete for a written assignment. While the wording was seemingly different between these levels, there is still an element of subjectivity to the process. For example, is there really that much of a difference between “explains” and “completely explains” a concept? And who would be able to audit what an educator has assigned, as the score for a particular criterion, without injecting their own sense of subjectivity when attempting to interpret what the student wrote?3 Tips for Fostering Networking Relations
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I have always appreciated shortcuts in life. If I can find a shortcut, I will take it because time is valuable to me. I take pride in coming up with a shortcut that actually saves me time. However, not all of my shortcuts have really been that short and I have paid the price. Last week, for example, I had to go clear across town for my appointment with my eye doctor. Somehow I think they try to figure out where to place a doctor’s office, so it isn’t easy to get there, especially when there’s a time element involved. My eye appointment went rather well, and I was happy with the results. I had made the appointment very close to the next appointment I needed on the other side of town. Have you ever noticed when you have two appointments on the same day, they are at the opposite ends of town? I hate that.How Can I Ever Thank You?
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