A week at work
Talofa everyone! Follow me during my week at work as a scientist, where I'll take you into the field and laboratory. I wanted to keep it short and sharp for you guys, plus I couldn't show you ALL of our research coz....we top secret like that. Let me know your thoughts, feelings and emotions in the comments below. To learn more about where I work. Check out their YouTube channel! Scientific Research Organisation of Samoa https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCsoYnXtaa8F5-xnXxucaivQ
A Week At Work #2
Talofa everyone! Follow me during my week at work as a scientist, where I'll take you into the laboratory and.... all over the place! We have been working a lot on taro. A starchy tuber crop and is delicious as fa'alifu talo (taro in coconut cream) Shout out to my colleagues Ange and Veronica! Let me know your thoughts, feelings and emotions in the comments below. To learn more about where I work. Check out Scientific Research Organisation of Samoa (SROS) YouTube channel: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCsoY...
John Dillon Fellowship
Your girl was honored to be apart of the JDF funded by the Australian Centre of International Research (ACIAR). A leadership program that aims to develop skills in agricultural management agricultural policy and/or extension technologies. It was an amazing 5 week course where we traveled along the coast of Australia (From Cairns to Canberra) undergoing workshops, networking events, site visits and cultural excursions. It was such a valuable fellowship because I learnt how to become a leader. Unlocking my inner self and giving me the confidence to become a leader but to understand how to communicate and support a team. I feel like a new person! A big fa'afetai tele lava to ACIAR, the John Dillon Fellows (ugh, I couldn't have done it without you!) University of the Sunshine Coast and SROS, for such a great opportunity. If you would like to know more Check out: USC Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/USCInternationalDevelopment/ USC YouTube https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCYCdmQUyhJ-K3_tbkllFPrQ ACIAR Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/ACIARAustralia/ ACIAR YouTube https://www.youtube.com/user/ACIARprojects
Study tips for essay questions
Studying for exams is definitely an art. It has taken me 11 years to figure out how I study and today, I want to share some study tips for essay questions, with you. 1) Find out how you learn. Pictures, listening, visual, reading. Whatever works for you, do it! 2) Read the essay and highlight key words 3) Create a table to organise your essay. Introduction, body, conclusion 4) Memorise it. Say it aloud, create bullet points, rewrite it out. Do what ever works for you! If you have any more questions please ask them in the comments section below!