For example, I used to create the chart for production status and bulk order quantity record. I can quickly recall the detail of order and found the information when my supervisor asked for it. Based on Fleming’s statement, I recognize I can take the information by using the graph, different colors highlighter and write / read out the notes to strengthen my memory. Moreover, I should arrange the information into hierarchies and practice to turn the visuals back to words in order to obtain the better performs in any tasks and examinations (Fleming N. D., 2006). One of my college mates, Zoe, thought the result matches my learning preference.
Outliers is the “story of success.” This highly acclaimed book, by Malcolm Gladwell, discusses a wide variety of success stories and what factors played into those achievements. Although Gladwell states scientific research, he uses a journalistic approach to convey his concepts. This approach attempts using convincing words and phrases to draw in the reader. The book is called Outliers, since Gladwell is describing the outliers in life who excel and become successful. Throughout the book though, he makes generalized statements and does not consider that people may lie outside the groups he makes.
In Outliers, Malcom Gladwell deconstructs the misconceptions in modern society surrounding the idea of success. Gladwell jump starts the book with the intriguing thesis that “it’s not enough to ask what successful people are like,” but that it is only important to ask “where they are from so that we can unravel the logic behind who succeeds and who doesn’t” (19). It is often assumed that individuals with grand achievements, from the field of athletics to computer programming, have an innate ambition or talent that propels them to greatness. This, according to Gladwell, is only a piece to the puzzle of success. In Outliers, Gladwell supports his thesis that success is often resulted from where someone comes from rather than solely individual will by arguing that the likelihood of achievement
I was willing to put in the effort to learn to read because I saw how vital it would be for future academic success. This same attitude really helped prepare me high school. I saw that it was important to maintain high academics and extracurriculars because these are important for college and developing time management skills. My perspective on my Dyslexia drastically changed during high school because I saw how it had helped me learn to self-advocate, be internally motivated and see the impact of my decisions on the
Those who have managed to overcome the barriers of language, culture and perceptions; we are the agents of change and people who crave our community. We need students willing to change laws and institutions, and turn challenges into opportunities to excel and put the name of our community up. The path of higher education might do like a huge puzzle that seems to be endless. Hence, it is necessary to provide comprehensive education, scientific and humanistic allowing graduates’ awareness and capacity for service to the nation and a professional performance of excellence. The strategy is the impulse to teaching-learning process under a model tutorial, which allows the student to assimilate knowledge, develop skills, change attitudes and behaviours favourable to take their practice (Brown,
It could be a brand of the product or the color or the style of the product. That strategy is to attract and engage the user on the website and obviously to by the products. Here in the above example statistics will help to develop the prediction model, using its descriptive and inferential models. Conclusion: Predective ‘Analytics’ and ‘Statistics’ are useful to analyze current data and historical data to make predictions about future events. Predictive analytics uses many techniques from data mining, statistics, modeling, machine learning and artificial
When I was younger, I used to tend on focusing much negativity and he had taught me to focus on positivity. He is always there for me through the good and bad times. He is always there to brainstorm ideas whether it is in school, work or my personal life. I think that plays a role in my growth due to the fact I am able to share and learn new things from him. He has taught me that no matter how many times I fail at anything, the failure does not count it is the fact I go back again.
CRITICAL THINKING AN EFFECTIVE ATTRIBUTE FOR SUCCESS IN UNIVERSITY STUDIES INTRODUCTION Critical thinking is an imperative skill to acquire for university success and life in general (Wallace & Schirato, 1999). Thinking critically means being able to be aware, make connection with your learning to the world, question and be able to engage with the information you are taking in (Brookfield, 1987). This essay seeks to find out if critical thinking assists university students to succeed in their studies. It will firstly provide explanation on what is actually meant by thinking critically and how one can achieve it. Secondly, evidence will be provided as to whether critical thinking helps with university studies.
I am challenging myself to evaluate, analysis with candor a couple good examples of Social Efficiency Ideology from the immense amount of information provided to us. Nevertheless, with this increased knowledge, one should be able to converse and analysis my own interpretation for consideration of the subject matter, conceivably even change my perspective after discussing it amongst my peers and professor. Understandably, still noting how this ideology holds and influences the curriculum thought processes in the 21st century from administration, educators in all forms, parents, even students as it holds true to its original identity, with some transformation. The foremost thought that stuck in the forefront of my mind is the assumption,
Assessments and What Do They Mean? Everyone in every part of life makes decisions that range from minor to major. Understanding your decision-making style is important to know for any leadership goals you make have. There is more than one tool and more than one style you can develop in order to help your decision-making. Research shows a person’s emotional intelligence can play a part in decision-making too.
It takes practice, teamwork, and many other factors. Learning to become successful is different for everyone, even you are famous are not. The book “The Outliers” by Malcom Gladwell will be “good news” for anyone to read, even if they are average. The book shows how people got famous people get successful in life. Achieving successful is based on three factors: ethnicity, luck and timing.
Outliers Malcolm Gladwell does an excellent job in taking the expected and making it the unexpected. He shows that although hard work and dedication are important to be successful, they are not the only determining factors. Each chapter started out with a story of someone who seemed to have risen from nothing into something, and he carefully broke the situation down and analyzed the time periods, what their religion/ ethnicity were, family life, and what was occurring in the world during their youth. In each part he connected back to previous stories/examples to continue making the point that it is almost impossible to truly make a successful career out of nothing on your own. By dividing the book into two parts he is able to really explain
The article is considered a scientific paper because it follows the IMRAD format. While it follows the IMRAD format it also is a document that is informative; it discusses going from a “traditional lecture format to a more interactive case-based, team-based, interdisciplinary, and interprofessional learning model” and how through an study they were able to conclude that the latter was a more effective teaching model (Ramesh, Ganguly, Qualters 1339). While the article is scientific it took technical communication between all contributing parties, meaning the instructors and students, to facilitate the study and the outcome. Without effective communication the study could not have been produced, published and accessible to
He actively encourages us to spend valuable time following our passions outside of science. Too many advisors want their students to spend all their time in studying; Dr. Deniz wants us to balance our lives so that we have the energy necessary for real inspiration. He believes that happier scientists are better, more creative scientists, he encourages us to develop our diverse perspectives on life so that we may have diverse perspectives on science education. He created a mutually supportive culture where people help each other interpret data, write together, and collaborate on projects. Dr. Deniz makes areas of struggle feel like opportunities to improve creating an atmosphere where people can admit mistakes or problems and get help, which I believe improves the quality of
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