Depression Among International Students

Depression among international students In the present scenario many students move to foreign countries to explore the knowledge and learn practical skills to achieve their life goals. During this period, they face some challenges that turn in to depression. The depression is a mental health illness that affect human behaviours negatively. The main indications of … Read more

High School Graduates Should Take A Year Off Before Entering College – Student Gap Years

Students need breaks! For some students, a two-to-three-month summer break just isn’t long enough. Some students need time to live, to explore, to understand, to transition, and to find themselves. A gap year is a break in education after completing high school before furthering education at a college or university. A gap year gives students … Read more

Determinants of Student Mode Choices

University students are generally more inclined to use public transport and non-motorized travel modes compared to the general population (Bonham and Koth, 2010; Ripplinger et al., 2009). According to Santos et al. (2013), cities with a larger population of students are characterized by a higher usage of public transit and other alternative modes such as … Read more

THE IMPACTS OF AUDIO-VISUAL AIDS ON STUDENTS’ PERFORMANCE

INTRODUCTION Education is necessary for everyone. Education is very important, without education no one can lead a good life. Education is of two kinds i.e. natural and nurture. In nurture, education given to a child requires proper premises for learning, curriculum, implementation of that curriculum in the school, teachers, teacher’s methodology, and use of teaching … Read more

Involvement in extracurricular activities

Involvement in extracurricular activities (e.g., sports, cultural groups, or special interest clubs) is associated with a range of positive outcomes, including academic success and psychosocial well-being (e.g., Kilgo, Mollet, & Pascarella, 2016; Stuart, Lido, Morgan, Solomon, & May, 2011; Tieu et al., 2010). Despite these links, many students remain uninvolved during college. For instance, findings … Read more

The Level Of Adversity Quotient And Emotional Quotient Of Students On Probationary Status In Relation To Their Academic Performance

In college, students experience many different feelings, emotions and adversities. Some may feel excited about finally being able to start studying towards the career of their choice and feel hopeful about their future. They may be looking forward to their freedom and a chance to experience independence. They may be excited about having a chance … Read more

Why Students choose to Study Information Technology

INFORMATION TECHNOLOGY IT- “Information Technology” is a pretty broad term; it covers a whole range of digital career paths that diverges into fascinating specializations. IT refers to anything related in computer technology such as networking, hardware, software, and internet. Smartphones and information technology has made our life very easy and tranquil. I know many of … Read more

The impact of technologies on a student’s academic future

In today’s world everything seems to be constantly advancing forward. From transportation methods to computers, tablets and cellular devices it is clear that technology is only going to continue to advance, but when it comes to the effect technology has on youth education, there may be a need for emphasis on the impact constant electronic … Read more

“Deaf President Now”

The most important campaign was the 1988 “Deaf President Now” (DPN) protest at Gallaudet University in Washington, D.C, students went to show their deep frustration about the oncoming new hearing president, even though almost all students were deaf. Following a 2000-person protest and an eight-day sit-in, the university hired I. King Jordan as their first … Read more

Should University Students Attend Classes?

Should university students be required to attend classes? There are two different opinions. Some people claim that attending classes is a must to students. Other people, however, argue that it should be for students to decide whether they want to go to class or not. As far as I am concerned, no matter whether students … Read more

Medication Error Situational Analysis

As a nursing student one thing that always seemed to come up in every lecture was medication errors and how to avoid them. The instructors would always go over the “five rights” of medication administration. These medication administration rights included the right patient, right drug, right dose, right route, and right time (Grissinger, 2010). As … Read more

An analysis of a student paper with unf writes rubrics

Analyzing papers with UNF Writes Rubrics set a very clear guideline for writing a paper. The rubrics include logic, mechanics(grammar,syntax, punctuation,and spelling), rhetorical awareness, and plain English style. After assessing a student paper based on these Rubrics it is apparent how well a paper or even how poorly a paper is written. The rubrics rate … Read more

Stereotypes About Asian-American Students

Time and time again, we see Asian-American students quietly but surely rise above their peers with their quiet, studious, and high tests scores. What is it about these students that separates them from their peers? Keith Osajima, a professor of race ethnic studies at the University of Redlands, dives deeper into this topic in “Internalized … Read more

The Importance of Sports for Students

In this globalization, many kind of sports has been introduce to the world. Sport also has been considered as an entertainment. So what is sports? Sport is forms of physical activity played by the people through casual or organized participation. Also from sport there is a lot of benefits to us in a way of … Read more

Pay for Student Athletes

The NCAA for years now has had many strict rules and regulations on student athletes. One of the most controversial of these rules is the issue of whether student athletes should be paid or receive any form of monetary compensation. The NCAA rules committee has stood strong on its stand that athletes who receive scholarships … Read more

The Effects of a College Environment on a Students Health

When one goes away to college, their life changes dramatically. They are forced to make changes in their own lives in order to adapt to college life. When one is in high school and living at home, their eating habits and personal hygiene practices are for the most part controlled by their parents. They are … Read more

Why do College Students Drunk so Much

Alcohol abuse on college campuses has reached a point where it is far more destructive than most people and today realize and today threatens too many of our youth. -Senator Joe Lieberman Why do college students drink so much? This timeless fad has effected this generation in high percentages since the beginning of college education. … Read more