I am the recipient of an MA in English and am an English expert on askOLA. My favourite question I have ever received is ‘how to write less, but deliver more’ I love this question because everyone appreciates a succinct, yet powerful writer.
I studied Nutrition at the University of Westminster and am assisting with Biology, Maths, Literature on askOLA.
My favourite question I have ever been asked is “whether the poem ‘Stopping by Woods on a Snowy Evening’ is about Santa Claus”. While open to interpretation, it turns out it could be about Santa!
I studied Neurochemistry with Cognitive Science at the University of Sussex and am assisting with English, Biology, Maths and Chemistry on askOLA.
My favourite question I have ever been asked is “I need to write a letter of complaint. A factory is opening in my town and it is polluting the area. I don’t know where to start…” I love this type of question because it covers fundamental writing skills, while also letting students explore current issues! As one of my favourite features of askOLA is the whiteboard, as I was able to visualise the structure of a letter and guide the student along each section.
I am the recipient of an MA in English from Delhi University and am assisting with English on askOLA. My favourite question I have ever received is ‘how can I become a better communicator in my essays?’ I love this question because it allows me to really work with my students on developing interesting writing techniques that they will carry for life.
I studied Classics at the University of Warwick and am currently assisting with Mathematics, History and English on askOLA.
My favourite question has been ‘why do countries fight each other?’. I love this question because it is so open to discussion and allows us to apply things that a student has learnt across a very wide range of subjects.
I studied Economics at the University of Groningen and am assisting with Maths and English on askOLA.
My favourite question I have ever been asked is “Can robots have the same “feelings” like humans?” I find this question very interesting as the student tries to explore similarities between a robot and a human. Showing interest and curiosity about the material taught during class!
I am studying Finance at Deree University and am currently assisting with Maths on askOLA.
My favourite question I have received is ‘How can we use statistics to win in board games?’. I love this question because it shows the practical applications of statistics and game theory to our day to day activities and makes things more relevant and tangible. I think my student is now ready to win a game of Monopoly or two!
I study English at the University of Lincoln and am assisting with English on askOLA.
My favourite question I have ever been asked is ‘what is pathetic fallacy?’ I like this question because pathetic fallacy gives human feelings to an object or animal to describe the mood of a situation or story.
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