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3 Learning Steps

Step one: gain a complete understanding of the natural laws that govern the thing you are trying to learn. Step two: gain a complete understanding of our own capabilities, aptitudes, skills, and talents for the thing you are trying to learn. Step three: implement...

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The Difficulty to Building Consensus is on clear display with Religion on Wikipedia. But there are solutions. Like Separating Facts and Conclusions, and transparency to the source.

A interesting post from the Religion New Service (RNS) about the "Edit Wars" on the Religious Pages of Wikipedia clearly demonstrate the difficulty to Building Consensus.  But, there is a solution.  Clearly identify what are facts and what are conclusions.  Then...

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An Introduction to the School of Open

Every generation since the beginning of human existence has passed its value system, principles, methodologies, and skillsets on to the next generation. This passing on of information within cultures has been followed by the development of a systematic approach to...

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Change is Needed in Education

Education is hopelessly antiquated and crippled by 1st Century fears and 18th Century assembly-line work rules. Until the religious, political, and economic stranglehold on the world's school's is broken, there is virtually no hope things will change. Teachers should...

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10 Skills of Confident People

First things first: Confidence is not bravado, or swagger, or an overt pretense of bravery. Confidence is not some bold or brash air of self-belief directed at others. Confidence is quiet: It’s a natural expression of ability, expertise, and self-regard. 1. They take...

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Is the crowd wiser than a lone genius?

Yes! No! A crowd is not always wiser than a long genius. But, since genius is rare a crowd is often better. A crowd working together could be wiser than a crowd led by an individual. A crowd is not a team, but a team could be a crowd. All things being equal, a team is...

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