I would like to start the article with a little question. How do you see the future of education? How do you imagine the classrooms of the future a hundred years from now? You often see technology portrayed in some really interesting ways, do you not?
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Almost every one of us wants to ride the wave and to stand out in the crowd. Almost every one of us, regardless of our character, tries to be in the center of attention and wishes the day of the glory came sooner. No matter where you study, there’s definitely a fashionista, or a wonk, or a fan of Harry Potter in your class.
Another name for plagiarism is “academic dishonesty,” assuming that a student tried to cheat the system and get a grade for the work they have not accomplished. What plagiarism actually stands for is presenting the work of another person like it is your own, that is, without referencing or citing the source or, what is worse, copying or paraphrasing the paper that was already submitted to the same or different college.
University years are supposed to be the most blissful time, they say. And every student on this planet will respond that it would be true only in the parallel universe.
Humans are the most arrogant species on this planet that just naturally assume that everything belongs to them.
The debate over how much homework should be assigned in school and college has never ceased to be relevant. Many claim that the amount should be decreased, while others buy into the more the better principle.
Before we move to an exhaustive definition of human soft skills and its interpretation, let’s come up with a few instantaneous associations.
If you happen to associate human hard and soft skills with computer hardware and software, then I’m definitely giving you a virtual high five.