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The Weekly Summary - Learning Edition [Issue 30.0]

5 Nov 2020 1 minute read 18 comments tvlachak

Issue 30.0 / November 4, 2020 Learning “The ballpoint pen was the equivalent of today’s smartphone. Before then, writing was a stationary act that had to be done in a certain environment, on a certain kind of desk, with all these other things to hand...

The Weekly Summary - Issue 18.1 - Learning Extended Edition

10 Aug 2020 1 minute read 7 comments tvlachak

Issue 18.1 / August 10, 2020 Learning For decades, the reading curriculum in elementary schools has been based on a skills-based approach, such as finding the main idea. Recent evidence is showing that background knowledge is important when students...

The Weekly Summary - Issue 28.0 - Learning Edition

18 Oct 2020 1 minute read 4 comments tvlachak

Issue 28.0 / October 18, 2020 Learning "You have everything that you need right here. I think that you are in charge of your attitude, which is the most important thing that you will ever have." - Bob Bowman, author of The Golden Rules. Read a transc...

Introducing World Athletics eLearning Platform

19 Nov 2020 1 minute read 2 comments ervin-lemark

Athletics, track & field, running, sports, and health aficionados, bookmark this address https://elearning.worldathletics.org/   It's a brand new platform with free access produced by World Athletics. You need to create an account with World Ath...

The Weekly Summary - Issue 24.1 - Learning Edition

21 Sep 2020 1 minute read 7 comments tvlachak

Issue 24.1 / September 21, 2020 Learning “Knowledge is power only when put to use - and then only when the use made of it is constructive.” - David J. Schwartz A simple, minimalist visualization on 10Xing yourself. Boost your productivity while work...

The Weekly Summary - Issue 23.1 - Learning Edition

14 Sep 2020 1 minute read 21 comments tvlachak

Issue 23.1 / September 14, 2020 Learning "Every addition to true knowledge is an addition to human power." - Horace Mann Adapt like an octopus. Find what’s not working and fix it with history. A first-principles thinking curriculum built on the basi...

learn Java through e-books

29 Sep 2020 1 minute read 0 comments ryosuke

If you are a beginner in the IT field, and you want to learn Java programming language ,the first question that comes to your mind is: From where should i start?, what materials should i use ? well some people prefer the use of tutorials and some use...

Leaping Dancer - Gesture Practice

10 Aug 2020 1 minute read 2 comments DoctorPlatypus

I need to work on my gesture drawing skills, so that I can get the idea of a model/pose on paper enough within a set time that I can finish the work after the model exits the pose. I can't be expecting a leaping dancer to remain midair long enough fo...

Why universities are the perfect symbol of decadence in my country (Italy)

18 Apr 2020 6 minute read 4 comments CryptoGameTheory

Yesterday I graduated in economics and I don't give a f**k. When I've started my studies, I thought that universities are useless as they are. However, working without a contract, every day, for 5€/h made me decide to try to change my mind. After 5 y...

How I Completed Half of my M.S. in Two Months

28 Apr 2020 2 minute read 2 comments TrevorFrench

The choice to pursue my Master’s Degree was fueled by a desire to maintain a competitive edge, not to lose relevance in the job market, and to ensure I didn’t get stuck in the first job I accepted after undergrad. However, I’m not sure I would have...