Aiyshah’s NEW PODCAST — The FUTURE of Learning

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Just thought I would give a brief plug for my latest podcast. Every week I’ll be interviewing someone about learning English and the future of learning generally. It could be a teacher or it could be a student or someone else….we’ll see. If you are on Spotify would love your feedback or input, or you […]

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Changing WHAT we think vs Changing HOW we think — The FUTURE of Learning

Photo by Ben White on Unsplash Currently the shelf life of general knowledge is approximately 5 years and the gap is narrowing by the day. Therefore, the days of the Encyclopedia Britannica being that one place where all knowledge is kept is of course gone. Now Wikipedia can give you some information that is current, but you need […]

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There are only TWO kinds of English-es – FLUENT and ones that never got off the ground — The FUTURE of Learning

Originally posted on The FUTURE of Learning: (Photo credit: http://bit.ly/2sbTd9h) English is a business, and I’m not talking about money making ventures, I’m talking about the process of building your English being just the same as the process of building a business. There are only two kinds of business – those that survive and do…

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How can we live without ROUTINE – will we learn anything? — The FUTURE of Learning

Photo by Toa Heftiba on Unsplash https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=lhiQk3i6aA8 Gedr Leonard Routine really came for the notion or ordering something so that we would never forget it. But anyone who has lived and worked in a routine world can vouch for the fact that daily routine has to be the biggest killer of creativity. It dehumanizes the soul and makes […]

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AI and the future of LEARNING — The FUTURE of Learning

Originally posted on The FUTURE of Learning: (Photo credit: https://bit.ly/2IRZ6F3) There’s a lot of talk and action happening in the artificial intelligence line nowadays. People bander around the term ‘AI’ but most people don’t really understand the impact of what it will be like on our lives. Frankly speaking, right now we have some key…

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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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