Ryan Nget was a vocational player in high school. He won a lot of money thanks to his stubborn training. When Nget decided to enter the university, he had a desire to hold his profitable gaming account, and at the same time, he wanted to enjoy student life. He was able to find this opportunity […]
College is a busy and sometimes stressful activity. Classes, homework and exams leave not so much time for something beyond study. Still, many students choose to have a part-time job; the reasons are numerous and range from the need for money to a desire to be actively involved in professional, sport or social life. Balancing […]
Middlesex Community College (MA, not to be confused with that of CT or NJ) has divided its student achievement into fragments of a single loan, of which students choose three. They are then summarized in a single course in the transcript. My colleague MCC, Phil Sisson, presented this in the league with the Dean of […]
Imagine a high school where students skip standardized final exams. Instead, show a degree or diploma and show the results of the major projects you have undertaken. For example, analyze why the United States lost the Vietnam War or how geometric patterns can be used to generate solar energy. Could this type of exam, called […]
Leadership expert Mike Robbins explains the difference between being recognized for performance and genuinely appreciated for who you are.