I thought I’d post this fragment from The Getting of Wisdom: What Critically Reflective Teaching is and Why It’s Important by Stephen Brookfield. I like the way he explains how it is the depth of one’s experience that counts, and not the length. Length of experience does not automatically confer insight and wisdom. Ten years […]
This text wants to be a book review. Let’s see how it ends. I started reading drive after all the hype around it, after being referenced in prof. Werbach’s Gamification course, and after passing my filter of “be careful when the 1 star ratings are more than 10% of the 5 star ratings” on Amazon. […]
Finally finished the book – the first I’ve read in French. Ended up with more than 400 pages of notes!!! It was a tour de force for my kindle. Alongside The Magus, they are on the top of my list.
A quick read that dusts off some habits that fog the need to change and adapt quickly. Here is the list of advice taken from the illustrations inside the book:
The only purpose of advertising is to make sales.It is profitable or unprofitable according to its actual sales. Treat it as a salesman.