This is what really happens when the teacher go on strike (as at the university of nipssing)

When students receive thousands of their salaries, they expect education in exchange. But that's not what's happening at Nipssing University

As of November 2, 2015

To put it simply, the three key issues that are currently shared by the administration and faculty are: fair pay, academic management and job security. Not yet

"Students are often proud of their own schools, but the strike can become a reality."

But what impact does the strike have on him? Those who are drowning in school in other universities may perceive them as emanation, but the reality is not as much as it is. The consequences are not only students, but all students are right to be educated

Students, this is what happens when your professors are bazaar:

1. Onset of Panic

Facebook is an excellent tool for creating complete and universal panic. As our future becomes increasingly uncertain, students turn to the social media to express their opinion in the worst case scenario (some of them may be quite possible), leaving us many questions and concerns. The students at their place of residence, whose leases expire at the end of April, are concerned about the possibility of extending the term left without a place of residence. Students graduating from training are concerned that they can apply for post-graduate students without an indication of their professors. This is not an exhaustive list

Most of the students are too busy with homework, work and conditions to pay particular attention to university policy. However, with the onset of the strike, students are suddenly forced to move through the complex political structure of their institution and to decide where they are on matters related to the strike. This contradicts information sent to us by the teachers and the administration, it will only strengthen our Puanita, and this makes it extremely difficult to understand what facts and where we stand in the midst of chaos

When the strikes occur, all the semblers of the routine have been destroyed. Without structure, it is difficult for students to remain motivated and productive. It's 8:30 in the morning. Hey, I'm just going to sleep! But you're going to have your eyes open and realize that three weeks have passed without any performance, and that puts you at a disadvantage

"When there is a strike, all the semblers of the routine have been destroyed."

If most students are missing in their lives,

The time lost due to the strike not only provides financial, but also academic activities. When it resumes, it is likely that the rest of this semester will be very compressed, which means that our training (and perhaps our estimates) will be affected

Students are often proud of their own schools, but the strike can quickly turn these feelings into reality. A student who usually loves his school can quickly lose confidence in his ability to execute fiscally responsible and fair institutions. Unfortunately, many students decide to move schools instead of taking the blow

Since many believe that many feel abandoned and deceived in strikes by both universities and government, students tend to assert their right to education. Written letters, the signing of petitions and sedentary seats are just a few ways in which Nipissing students are ready to receive an education. In our student union, NUSU is published

As the strike continues, students are taking a more active role in bringing the conflict into conflict. In such battles, as it is, it is important for students to be heard-although we understand that labor disputes are going on, we cannot sit down while our education is still not given due weight

As long as we cannot be in the classroom during strikes, it is important to keep reading and assignments in the best of our abilities. This will be our biggest advantage when the school reconvenes. While the impact on students is negative, it is important to remain hopeful that teachers will soon work and believe that everything will work

"While we understand that labour disputes are going on, we cannot sit on our heads while our education remains unaddressed."

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Kylie-Anne Grube (Kylie-Anne Grand)-English speaking English, at the university, she often finds a curvature with a good book and likes to write stories and poetry in his magazine. "Kylie" becomes a professional writer or editor for one day