Las personas que nos preguntan cuál es la app que usamos para nuestros apuntes, se llama Noteshelf y está disponible para ios y Android, nosotras estamos colaborando con ellos, en nuestra historias destacadas pueden ver un poco más sobre eso y encontrarán nuestro link para adquirir la app 👏🏻💕
La aplicación es de paga pero realmente lo vale, tiene muchísimas herramientas, si quieres que hagamos un review de todo lo que puedes hacer en ella, déjanos un “♥️” en los comentarios. La recomendamos muchísimo, nosotras la usamos para hacer todos nuestros apuntes y nos ha encantado, puedes tener tus materias organizadas y cuenta con muchas portadas de cuadernos y diseños de hojas para hacer tus apuntes más creativos 😊
Te dejamos su cuenta de IG @noteshelfapp para que vayan a seguirlos y vean mas ideas de trabajo que puedes usar en esta increíble aplicación 🤩
Si tienen dudas sobre esta app, pueden dejarla en los comentarios, les estaremos contestando 😊👇🏻
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How was results day for everyone?⭐️ Stuff doesn’t always go as planned — it didn’t for me! I’d chosen Durham based on the college I’d gotten into, but it was only until I’d gotten a paper remarked that I’d gotten the grades I needed (and was personally happy with!). It took ages for my school to process the remark (they “didn’t know” we’d paid for a priority remark 🤔) so by then I’d just asked to be reassigned to a college with a space, so I’d be able to start at Durham that October. But stuff always works out. Better than planned — got the grades I wanted and ended up meeting some amazing people that I’d never have met otherwise. I hope that it’ll be the same for some of you.
In other exciting news, I got an email on Wednesday saying I was successful at my interview and that I’ve gotten the RGS teacher training scholarship!!🙌🏻 It’s essentially a training programme to support my PGCE, with access to a huge geography teacher support network and tons of training days...I couldn’t be more excited😍✨ #studyspo#studygram#study 📚 #studytip#studymotivation#desk#deksspo#deskgram#workspace
High desk buckowski, from @daskleineb - -
Designed by Jens Baumann und Michael Buck. - -
The high desk buckowski is a modern, mobile workspace for the home. Stylish, elegant and slim without overwhelming the room. - -
The work suface is built using solid lacquered MDF encompased in warm oak with a minimalist, functional yet simple grove to organize stationary or even support a postcard. - -
buckowski is sophisticated and strong with reinforced steel, hidden within the slender oak legs. A versatile furniture created using constructive genius. - -
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Reinvent the corners with the edgy Cornito by @iidee_designstudio, a space-saving desk that makes it the perfect addition to any constrained space like a dorm room, kid's study room or even bachelor pads.
Designer: Michael Hilgers
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Have you done any work experience over the summer?👩🏻💼
I’ve completed a week as a mini pupil shadowing a barrister who specialises in family law. I’ve spent my entire LLB journey, and years prior, thinking family law was for me and it’s the practice area I wanted to work in. Guess what? Turns out this area of law might not be for me afterall 😅 I honestly enjoyed it so much as a module, but seeing it in practice goes to show how theory and practice can differ greatly esp when it comes to law.
Emotions were high, and it was all just so messy and the practice seems to require a great degree of empathy that did not sit well with me. I didn’t see myself working on similar cases for the rest of my legal career. Although I did enjoy the financial remedies cases way more than public care cases which is the opposite to how I felt throughout the module! The problem-solving involved in these cases were more exciting than in the public care cases.
Moral of the story? Work experience works. It can open your eyes to everything you want or everything you don’t want. Or a lil mix and match. You can pinpoint aspects you like or don’t like.