Do you think consumers should avoid over packaged products or is it the responsibility of producers? — pteielts

In my opinion over packaged products poses a threat to the environment and it should be reduced to a bare minimum level. According to me both the customers and the manufactures should share the responsibility of this burden. First of all, during the festive seasons the products are over packed unnecessarily, just to give a […]

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Understanding FLUIDITY is the key to improving future learning — The FUTURE of Learning

Originally posted on The FUTURE of Learning: (Photo credit: https://bit.ly/2JI8bff) Just as the millennial now checks anything and everything online and then quickly swipes to the left, right or up or down, so too will the learner and employee. This is the backbone of the fluidity principle. Going back a century, we can see that learning…

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Female English Teacher?

Until 1919 in the UK, If you were a married woman, you could not be a school teacher….. this continued as a general cultural “norm” until the 1960s.

Today we have a lot of retired teachers who live alone without family.

Research indicates that characteristics we are born with have more influence on our personality and development than any experience we may have in our life. Which do you consider to be the major influence? — pteielts

Study points out that the people born with certain inherent traits have an astounding effect on their personality and growth, in comparison with experience and knowledge they gain during their lifetime. In my opinion, the qualities which a person inherits at the time of birth do affect the building of a personality, but gaining experience […]

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Online courses need to be strangely familiar for instructor buy-in —

This information may be strangely familiar to you, but it might be able to help you develop online courses or help others develop their online courses. In the book Who Can You Trust (2017), the author Rachel Botsman dedicates a chapter to the phenomenon of the “strangely familiar” to sell products, services, and ideas. As […]

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The BIGGEST problem with having a GOAL — The FUTURE of Learning

Originally posted on The FUTURE of Learning: (Photo credit: https://bit.ly/2sdk1Iy) The biggest problem with having a goal is that once you reach it you really wonder …so now what? We work hard, study hard, take risks and constantly learn more to help us reach our goals. We’ve all been through it. Working hard to reach…

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How Exams CORRUPT learning — The FUTURE of Learning

Originally posted on The FUTURE of Learning: (Photo credit: https://bit.ly/2mB8AXy) If you have ever been in a situation in a country where you are stuck and you need something badly, and you know it will be difficult to get, so you consider the ‘corrupt way’ you will understand the concept of corruption. Meaning you consider…

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