If you had to design a one thousand dollar MBA for half a billion students, how would you do it? —
(When you pay $120K for a Harvard MBA, are you paying more for reputation than for the quality of instruction?)
For a good life: align what you are doing with what you do well with what you want to do and what you think is important to do (in a growing and sustainable way). Let’s look at each person as an individual with an innate set of skills and passions, and help them find the right career. —
Craig Aldrich (via springdukece)
Well, Clark Aldrich, actually!
Ever noticed that ‘teach’ and ‘cheat’ are almost the same word? — Tony O’Driscoll. Kids crowd-source homework amongst themselves by subject. We call it ‘cheating,’ but should we? (via springdukece)
Formal learning is like riding a bus: the driver decides where the bus is going; the passengers are along for the ride. Informal learning is like riding a bike: the rider chooses the destination, the speed, and the route. — Jay Cross; “but I’m not saying we should do away with bus riding.” (via springdukece)
There are three different types of learning: ‘learning to be’, ‘learning to do’, and ‘learning to know’.
‘Learning to be’ focuses on helping someone understand who they are and who they want to be. This type of learning answers such questions as: “What do I love doing?” “What is my dream?” “What gives me energy?” “What are my unique strengths?” and even “What is my role in a group?” — Clark Aldrich, Unschooling Rules