“Unless you try to do something beyond what you have already mastered, you will never grow.” Ralph Waldo Emerson (1803 to 1882) He was an American lecturer, poet, and essayist, the leading exponent of New England Transcendentalism. Advertisements
Do Your Early Performance Wins Breed Overconfidence?
Being too sure of oneself can be a problem, and research reveals a pattern in how it develops. In an experiment that involved making medical diagnoses, subjects with no experience started out under-confident, but after just a few early successes they perceived themselves as more expert than they actually were – a phenomenon the researchers… Read More
Blended Learning: A New Hybrid Teaching Methodology
Research Paper Title Blended Learning: A New Hybrid Teaching Methodology Abstract Blended Learning is an approach that provides innovative educational solutions through an effective mix of traditional classroom teaching with mobile learning and online activities for teachers, trainers and students. The concept of blended learning is rooted in the idea that learning is not just… Read More
Constructivist Approach to Modern Education
Experts from Pro-Papers have written this article to give you the general idea of constructivism in education. Read More
Persistence or Talent vs Persistence & Talent…
“In the course of achieving anything, nothing is more important than persistence.” Many will tell you that persistence or determination is more important than talent. However, without some talent (latent or trained), one will find it difficult to achieve an objective with persistence alone. For example, I don’t have the talent to run 10,000 metres… Read More
Age & Wisdom…
“Age doesn’t always bring wisdom. Sometimes age comes alone.” Unknown
Apology & Mistakes…
“To inquire if and where we made mistakes is not to apologize.” Vice Admiral Hyman G. Rickover in testimony before the U.S. Congress in April 1964
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