You may have noticed that I've changed a few things in the forums over the last week or so. The colors are a bit brighter, and I've added some different graphics and emoticons. On the back end, I've been doing a few things as well, but most users won't notice. The back-end work involves looking at moderated threads, complaints about threads, and a few other things like that. Summer was busy for me (as it usually is), so there were a few hundred different things that I needed to look at.
Updated 10-14-2011 at 07:57 PM by Erin
Okay, I tried posting this as a private blog to save someone some embarrassment but that didn't work, so I'll try again, this time in public.
I made a post in the PhD Economics forum last week and it still not appeared. The thread is titled something like "Top 2, not Top 5?" or something like that and the last post was by tm_guru on 8/15.
Next, my attempt to contact a Moderator directly was short circuited, generating a pop-up saying
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[revised]Issue Topic:Planning courses vs students' interests
Please comment on my writng, any comment is appreciated.Thanks.
Here is topics and my writing.
Claim: When planning courses, educators should take into account the interests and suggestion of their students.
Reason: Students are more motivated to learn when they are interested in what they are studying.
Write a response in which you discuss the extent to which you agree or disagree with the claim and the reason
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Type of Undergrad: Rank 3 University in China (Fudan), B.A. of econonmics, with one semester exchange experience in UC Davis.
Undergrad GPA: 3.57 in Fudan, top 10%; 4.0 in UC Davis (courses with * below).
Type of Grad: N/A.
Grad GPA: N/A.
GRE: 800Q 540V 3.0 AWA, TOEFL 105.
Math Courses: Advanced Math (differential calculus, integrals, a little differential equations)(B&A-), Linear Algebra(B+), Probability Theory(A), Statistics(A-).