The webinar is by far the most important piece of the Lamar Graduate program. The webinar is the only time that you have the professor’s undivided attention to ask questions or go over the weekly assignments. Please make sure and download the connect app to all your devices, as sometimes it does not work on one of them and it is always important to have a backup. In the webinar, the content varies. Some professors go over in step-by-step instruction what the weekly lessons are and then take questions regarding the assignments. Others give supplemental information to go along with the content that you are reading and discussing. Regardless, the webinar can make or break you in a program even though it is not a grade. I have learned more from attending the webinars many weeks than reading the material that is given. Do not miss out on this portion of your graduate program. It can truly be the difference between understanding and getting left behind.
May 31, 2017
The webinar is by far the most important piece of the Lamar Graduate program. The webinar is the only time that you have the professor’s undivided attention to ask questions or go over the weekly assignments.
Helpful Resources for Grad School
May 1, 2017
For this month blog I decided to give you some resources that have helped me tremendously throughout this program. I would bookmark these sites as they will be used over and over again.
The Skinny on Online Classes
April 3, 2017
OK folks, I am going to be candid for a moment. Online classes are hard. There are no two ways about it. Please be ready to devote time and effort into this venture.
Graduate School or Not?
March 1, 2017
"You should go to graduate school," my principal kept telling me, as I would go in and out of his office on a daily basis.
Twins and Graduate School
February 2, 2017
“I can’t have twins,” I sobbed as I hyperventilated in the OBGYN’s office.
Online Classes are for Heroes
January 5, 2017
The alarm rings at 4 a.m. and the ringing in my ear is deafening.
December 5, 2016
My name is Meghann Latimer, and I work in a STEM Academy in the Judson Independent School District.
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