Top 10 American Universities Where You Can Study For Free | International Scholarships

We did some videos on scholarships in the recent past, including the daad scholarship, the chevening scholarship, Erasmus Mundus scholarship, inlaks scholarships and the top 10 scholarships for women to study abroad, and I realized that most of those scholarships were for masters and PhD programs. So I thought why not do a program for you talking about the top 10 scholarships that you high-school...
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What is a Special Education Attorney?

You know, Jen, it’s been my experience that many people I speak with don’t even know what a special education attorney is. And if you even tell them there is such a thing as a special education attorney, they wouldn’t even know what your role is. Right, right. And they shouldn’t feel too bad because I happen to represent a lot of children whose parents are attorneys. So it’s not an area...
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Techniques for random sampling and avoiding bias | Study design | AP Statistics | Khan Academy

Let’s say that we run a school and in that school there is a population of students right over here. And that is our population. And we want to get a sense of how these students feel about the quality of math instruction at the school, so we construct a survey, and we just need to decide who are we going to get to actually answer this survey. One option is to just go to every member of the...
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Thinking about Research Design

One of the characteristics of academic study at masters level is being critical. We constantly say when you are writing a reading. There is a need to be critical when it comes to the stage when you’re undertaking your own research being critical is just as important adopting a critical approach when undertaking research is quite complex. One aspect of being critical in research is to explore...
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Nonfiction Book Report

The book I chose to read is The Man Who Mistook His Wife for a Hat: And Other Clinical Tales by Oliver Sacks. In it, Sacks includes anecdotes of his experiences as a psycho-neurologist. The book was tolerable at best, and it was not something I would ever go out of my way to read. It is too dated to be useful to the casual reader. The cases it presents may still be interesting for those in the...
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Using Quotes within your Essay

Today, we are going to learn how to use quotes properly in your paper, also known as parenthetical citations or in text citations. Now, you will also need a Works Cited page at the end of your essay; however, this PowerPoint is just focusing on how to use the quotes inside the paper. First of all, you are always going to introduce a quote. In other words, a quote will never be in a sentence by...
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How to Write a Paper (Using APA Citations)

This presentation is conducted by Dr. Vera Lee Byrd Educational Consultant. When you write a paper it is helpful to have reference software and this reference software can be anything that you would like to add to your collection of software. What I have chosen to do is to use APA, and I use APA primarily because when I wrote my dissertation, Penn State University required that we use the APA...
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Basics of Citing, MLA: In Text Citations

This article will focus on creating the in-text components of your citations, which appear within the narrative of your paper. You may recall that the in-text citation is where you pause in your writing to acknowledge the source of the idea or quote you've just referred to in your work. Why are these in-text citations needed when you're already including a Works Cited list? Basically it's done...
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How to Analyze Literature

"Literary analysis can be intimidating to a lot of students, and it does take some critical thinking. However, it doesn't have to be a mystery. First, let's define literary analysis. Analysis in general means that you are examining something critically by looking at its separate parts. So, if you are analyzing a football team's chance of winning a game, you wouldn't just consider their record....
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How to Write a Great Essay Conclusion

When you write the conclusion of your essay, it can be really difficult to avoid being too repetitive. I think that's the number one thing that people struggle with - they want their conclusion to be somewhat interesting still, but they end up often simply repeating themselves. So the question is, how can we make our conclusions fresh and interesting? And what we'll do here is we'll look at some...
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