Infographic on Internet Dependency

During one of our seminars last year we were asked to create an infographic to present some findings on a dependency of our choice. I chose to do internet dependency as I thought it would be the most relevant to the majority of people and therefore easily relatable. I also thought it would be the most interesting to research. I am astonished by some of the facts and statistics I have found whilst researching this topic and I hope you find them interesting/useful too! Let me know any opinions you may have too! 🙂



Reflection of 2014

2014 was a good year for me in many ways, both academically and personally. Last year had many significant points for me, like getting a new car, completing my first year at university, proving to myself that I could survive living without my parents and getting a first in my final assignment of the year – assignment writing for me took a lot of getting used to as the style was so different to what was expected from A level but when receiving my grade in the summer it proved to me that I really could do it and I was so pleased with myself. But what stood out the most for me last year was my summer placement. This placement proved to me that teaching really was what I wanted to do. I’ve had other placements that went well but for me this was the first proper insight into what being a teacher really meant and all the work that goes into it and because of this I felt my confidence grow significantly during this placement. Another highlight of 2014 after a lovely summer off was being able to get back to uni again to start my second year; in a new house with some of my closest friends. Although it is pretty scary how quickly uni life is going but how much I feel I am progressing in myself. So what does 2015 have in store for me? A lot of assignment writing and 10 weeks of placement. Undoubtedly, the workload is going to be hard but I am determined to do well this year and I will keep you all updated! Thank you for reading 🙂