An eponymous character in a play, book, etc. has the same name as the title. An eponymous adjective, place name, etc. is one that comes from the name of a person: Victorian, Wagnerian, and dickensian are all examples of eponymous adjectives.
The word pedagogy is a derivative of the Greek παιδαγωγία (paidagōgia), from παιδαγωγός (paidagōgos), itself a synthesis of ἄγω (ágō), "I lead", and παῖς (país, genitive παιδός, paidos) "boy, child": hence, "attendance on boys, to lead a child".
There are four different types of curricula that educators have to address in the classroom; these four are the explicit, implicit, null, and extracurricular.
The CV presents a full history of your academic credentials, so the length of the document is variable. In contrast, a resume presents a concise picture of your skills and qualifications for a specific position, so length tends to be shorter and dictated by years of experience (generally 1-2 pages).
Which of these is not mentioned in a resume? Explanation: Address is not mentioned in a resume. Age, experience, nationality and health is mentioned along with education.
I have written hundreds of CVs (for myself and many others) and I can tell you that it takes at least 8 hours to draft, write and edit a good CV. This is after you have all of the information you need to hand i.e. dates, titles and achievements reached in each role.
Translation of "L.M.A.O" in FrenchJe suis M.D.R. maintenant.
Meaning. STMG. St. Thomas More Group (band) showing only Slang/Internet Slang definitions (show all 6 definitions)
This word is frequently seen in conjunction with vitae; a curriculum vitae (Latin for “course of (one's) life”) is “a short account of one's career and qualifications prepared typically by an applicant for a position” – in other words, a résumé. Curriculum vitae is abbreviated CV, and is pluralized as curricula vitae.
Curriculum Vitae, more commonly referred to by its shorthand abbreviation CV (a Latin term meaning course of life), got tossed around a lot when I was in graduate school.