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INTRODUCTION Bitterness is the anger and disappointment that we exhibit whether intrinsically or extrinsically after being treated unfairly over a specific situation. In our lifetime, we will experience bitterness in one way or the other because we live in an unfair world and people may take decisions or actions which may lead us to be...
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The London School of Management Education (LSME) which has its campus in Barking, East London, is a premier teacher training College. It offers the Pearson BTEC Level 5 Diploma in Education and Training. These series of articles by LSME on ‘Understanding the Learning and Teaching Process’ seeks to highlight the skills and knowledge required to...
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In the wake of the COVID-19 pandemic and pandemonium, all of us have been witnesses to the struggles and challenges faced by governments across the world in general and the UK in particular in making efforts to control the spread of this virus. Nevertheless, in addition to the efforts of government in enacting laws and...
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Are you going through challenging times that are tough to comprehend? Are you at a loss as to how to successfully overcome this challenges? Are you a student who has a particular challenge with a subject or module? Are you unable to maintain both your personal and professional life? If you answered ‘yes’ to any...
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Are you getting ready for an interview? Are you feeling nervous? Are you wondering what sort of questions you will be made to answer by the interviewers? What techniques do you need to be successful in your quest to get the appointment you have been craving for? If these questions above depict you then worry...
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It was only a month and a half ago we were living a routine life, we had things planned and events anticipated, however, in the last few weeks our world and routine have been upended. Apart from the virus, there is another thing we are less immune to and that is uncertainty. In fact, none...
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How often do we find ourselves caught in a situation when we explicitly want to say “no” but end up saying “yes”? Have you ever wondered why do we say a “yes” when we actually want to say a “no”? In this article, we are exploring the science that the brain follows, the after-effects and...
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Whether you are working from home due to the social distancing norms related to the novel Coronavirus or due to other reasons; whether we like working from home or not it is an unquestionable fact that there’s a massive increase in the proportion of the workforce that’s working from home and this will be the...
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There’s nothing good in fact only fear when it comes to thinking about COVID-19, for the obvious reasons- loss of a humungous number of innocent lives and the mentor terror. But when we are destined to go through this fate, let us consider this outbreak as a learning opportunity to reset, remember and reflect. If...
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Students all over the world are confronted with major financial decisions as they enter college, and yet they have little experience with personal finance (Knox, 2016). According to Gobel (2013) students’ ability to deal and manage their finances will enable them to live better lives in the future when they start earning higher wages and remuneration. If...
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