Blog Entries tagged 'educational'
Travel Blogs Entries tagged 'educational'
- Making Travel More Meaningful--When I left to sail around the world, I had no idea how far I would get; but four years later I returned with a lot of stories to tell about the islanders I had met along the way. As Posted by VOTW in VOICES ON THE WIND | Oct 21, 2009
- Turning pointI've been noticing that Rosa doesn't have that much patience for my limited Spanish. I don' blame her! Sometimes she either gives up or asks her daughter Luisa to translate. Luckily it seems that a couple of nights ago I Posted by nawaf in The Waffle Flight | Oct 15, 2009
- Good boy. Sit!I started Spanish class on Monday. The school is in the heart of Antigua. Rosa´s house is about a 20-min chicken bus ride and the school is about a 10-min walk from the bus station. The chicken bus ride is Posted by nawaf in The Waffle Flight | Oct 13, 2009
- LotteriesWouldn't it be nice if just by living, that special day would come when you just got 1,000,000 dollars. If everyday was a chance to win, just by doing your everyday activity. You didn't have to get into Posted by bricker119 in East Taiwan | Oct 13, 2009
- Welcome To My Fake LifeOk seriously. When will the work ever go away? Is this going to get easier?
Yes, I know this is a master’s program but still. If it wasn’t 2am I would scream so loud right now!
The Class: Luxury Marketing
The Project: La Posted by harcegnt in An American In Paris | Oct 11, 2009
- Welcome Bag & Welcome Party十月以至，开学的气氛越来越浓烈。路过学校附近的地铁站，就有人在热情地向路人分发“Welcome bag”，绿色的环保袋子，里面有三瓶饮料和一小袋坚果以及其他一些广告，免费赠送的，作为穷学生的我们当然很开心啦！ 听说主教学楼的零层也会时不时发一些饼干，呵呵，什么时候能让我遇上呢？
今晚，10.8，周四，各个学生公寓楼貌似都有开自己的“Welcome Party”，WU也专门在多瑙运河的一个大船上开了一个Party。我和北大的一个同学去转了一圈，没有什么好吃的，都是饮料不说，还好贵，因此作罢，直接打道回 Posted by Kisu in [email protected] | Oct 8, 2009
- Staccato Points Soo tired after a long yet eventfull day, so I am going to do this blog in little bullet points.
~We finally got the internet at my place! So happy about it. Now i can use the net when ever Posted by jauntypag in Savoir Vivre: Life in France | Oct 8, 2009
- The ㅏ (a) ㅂ (bieup) ㅅ (siot)s of hangulJun is a fantastic, clear teacher and this video series is a good introduction to the basics of Korean. I hope to borrow Elaine's Rosetta Stone lessons for speaking skills but for now, it would be such a relief to Posted by H Kingrey in A Ramblin' Redhead | Oct 7, 2009
- The Eiffel Tower Out My WindowLast week I resumed French classes again, after a two week stint of none. I had taken the intensive session of French at the IES Center but now that I am at NEGOCIA, it was necessary to enroll in French Posted by harcegnt in An American In Paris | Oct 7, 2009
- If you chase two rabbits......they both will get away.
That was the statement we were asked to evaluate in our marketing course today.
Today was the first day of my International Marketing class. I have taken a fundamental principles of marketing course but had never in Posted by harcegnt in An American In Paris | Oct 6, 2009
- Bolivia - Land Of Extremes
BOLIVIA is a country of extremes. It is rich in natural resources such as tin and silver, as well as oil and natural gas but the majority live in poverty or near poverty. It is officially So Posted by donncha in Where Roads Don't Go | Oct 5, 2009
- Drinking in Class?In a good half of my classes, the professor and students find any reason possible to serve wine in class. Of course no Wine Marketing course would be complete with out samples every day but in Corporate Strategy and Intercultural Posted by harcegnt in An American In Paris | Oct 5, 2009
因此，现在的“最终版”最初课表是：6门课，其中4门必修+2门限选。语言 Posted by Kisu in [email protected] | Oct 4, 2009
- New York City 2009New York City 2009
Michael and I made our second trip to New York, September 24-26. We fought our way from Kennedy Airport in Queens to Battery Park at the southern tip of Manhattan. We again ferried to the Statue Posted by Jim Colyer in Las Vegas 1993 | Oct 3, 2009
- Museums in Punta Arenas Do you have some hours in Punta Arenas? Would you like to learn and discover about the history, culture, religion, fauna, flora and domestic trade? If the answer is yes, then “Maggiorino Borgatello” is the right museum for you.
This historical Posted by ChileGuide in Chilean Tourism Network | Oct 3, 2009
- Exchanging Ideas and InformationSince concluding our journey with Amizade we have encountered many individuals who were traveling with service in mind, from people who resided in the areas to others who were tourists like us looking to make a difference even if it Posted by JoeEKateD in Global Service Learning and Citizenship | Oct 2, 2009
- Good People Along the WayThroughout our travels, we have consistently had the pleasure of explaining our trip to various people we have encountered over the past few months. All of the people we have talked with seemed generally impressed and happy with the work Posted by JoeEKateD in Global Service Learning and Citizenship | Oct 2, 2009
- Eternal Olive
Olea Europaea or Olive tree (from Greek word elaion).
It was purely a matter of local pride that the Athenians claimed that the olive first grew in Athens. In an archaic Atheni Posted by Kevrekidis in Kevrekidis | Sep 27, 2009
- Here goes...It has been three weeks since I have been in Costa Rica with the SFS program and have enjoyed every minute of it. The Costa Ricans have been very friendly and tranquil and the program intense and educational. I have Posted by touché in Last School Semester | Sep 27, 2009
- Is there an end to September?September beginning of school here at Guangya School has certainly became very chaotic and insanely taking a lifetime to end.
Sure, I understand 'back to school' is usually crazy and trying to understand the schedule, however, this start was INSANE!!!
Posted by mskaye in Life as a TESOL Teacher | Sep 23, 2009
- FiesoleSo it has been a while since I have made an entry and I have done a lot and seen a lot since then.
The second weekend here our graduate proff. had us meet by his home to go for Posted by Cathie12 in cathy's visits and the art to see | Sep 21, 2009
- How to Get Lost at Harvard I felt like such a wannabe walking around Harvard’s campus. Here I was the dork with the camera watching hundreds of busy students strolling to class with law books and medical reference texts tucked under their arms while composing symphonies Posted by Jennylynn in Jennifer's Journeys | Sep 20, 2009
- Arrival in GuatemalaFinally, at long last, we did actually leave and flew to Guatemala City without a problem. We had made a hotel reservation in Antigua, our only advance reservation, aside from the Spanish School in Xela, and we went Posted by jonshapiro in Vagabonding at 60 | Sep 19, 2009
- I don't know if Big Ben is ready for thisCheerio!
I know that some (ok, most) of you have been itching (nagging) for a new blog post. It is 2am here and I really cannot sleep! I need to be up in three hours to catch a train for London Posted by harcegnt in An American In Paris | Sep 18, 2009
- Sharing footsteps with soildersLike I mentioned in the previous post, we had dinner at a gas station restaurant on Friday night. Although we were mostly disgusted to be eating dinner at the gas station, we tried to make fun of the situation. Mark Posted by harcegnt in An American In Paris | Sep 16, 2009