Friendship ties were more likely to exist among activity coparticipants while controlling for other friendship processes. A study looking at social adjustment in making the transition from middle school 8th grade to high school 9th grade found involvement in sports helped students with friendships during the transition. School arts participation and engagement are associated with enhanced academic motivation and engagement measures as well as [non-academic] measures of well-being, including a sense of meaning and purpose according to a longitudinal study of students in 15 Australian schools. It also showed that in-school arts participation and engagement measures were more strongly correlated with academic motivation and engagement outcomes and some measures of well-being than non-school related participation measures.
Judy July 19, at 1: Alicia As far as my experience goes and my circle of friends it is quite common in science to do presentations. That said, whatever was that professor thinking?!
Was any of it animated, like little spinning tap-dancing list bullets? That would be awesome. I would hire her just to keep me amused. NutellaNutterson July 19, at 4: Jen This sounds like the power points my fifth grade students put together when given free reign.
Rana July 20, at 2: One slide has text that spins and bounces, another has bright blue text on a yellow background, each slide cuts to the next with a different obnoxious transition, and so on. It was great fun to make, I have to admit.
Maybe I should add the dancing banana or dancing Spiderman? Mark July 19, at 8: But I have to say — and I work in a college career center — what are students doing asking their professors for job search advice anyway? I also recognize that the same logic can be levied towards career centers and counselors — and it should!
Or they think that academic hiring resembles hiring in other sectors. Loose Seal July 20, at 9: But we ask for that from the finalists as part of their campus interview visit. It would be weird if we were interviewing for a staff position and they whipped out a PowerPoint presentation without any provocation whatsoever.
Anonymous Everyone who interviews at my company does a presentation does not have to be Powerpoint. Jessa July 19, at 7: If your job is to prepare things for meetings or marketing or conventions, then yes they might want one.
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