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Category: School Life

My First Presentation

In Thailand, I never had to make a presentation and present it in front of the class, but since I moved to the United States, schools are more advanced and there are many presentations that you have to make throughout your school years. So this is the first presentation in my life that I presented in front of the class and it’s about Jewish Migration. It might not be as good as the last one though. Press “S” or press the cog wheel for speaker notes (there’s not much but… Read more My First Presentation

My Best 8th Grade Presentation

Our Social Studies teacher gave us our biggest assignment since 8th grade will end soon and this assignment is worth a lot of points so I tried my best to make this perfect. It took me around 1 week to create this and present this and I thought it’ll be nice to show it to you because I’m very proud of it. I made a presentation about Benjamin Franklin using google slides. His biography, information about that time period, and his primary sources need to be included. You also had… Read more My Best 8th Grade Presentation

First Day in a Foreign School

*These are some of my opinions and comments and I am not insulting anything/anyone School Website: http://www.nhcs.net/noble/ This is the first American school that I’ve been in and I would like to tell my experience to others. I hope you are looking forward to this and I tried to take pictures but it’s hard because there is a rule that you cannot take pictures. This is Noble Middle School, one of the public schools in Wilmington North Calorina. This school has a very strict policy about bullying, inappropriate content, and… Read more First Day in a Foreign School

Paper or Digital?

I rather use paper because I feel much more comfortable and it is easier for me read and some students can process the content better. But some kids are more comfortable with screens. E-readers appeal by being travel-friendly and storing a whole library at your fingertips, but print books seem to win when it comes to comprehension. Studies have shown that readers often remember more when they consume material in print rather than from a digital source. This is most likely linked to the concept of spatial context, which causes… Read more Paper or Digital?

Are boys actually better in math?

In preschool and elementary school boys and girls generally perform similarly on math tests. Later in school, in high school and college, more consistent differences start to emerge. In addition, gender differences are often larger among higher-performing students but not necessarily for lower- or average-performing ones. Within this specific group of higher-performing math students, boys tend to perform better. Similarly, when studies do find gender differences among elementary school children, they find these start to appear for higher-performing students earlier in schooling than they do for lower- and average-performing ones. Whether a… Read more Are boys actually better in math?