Work Experience Or Going After A Degree?

Our Education Minister Heng Swee Keat shared his view on chasing paper qualifications on a recent news article on Today. A good academic qualification alone “does not guarantee a good career”, especially in the current volatile and fast-changing economy where mismatch of skills and expectations for job-seekers could occur, Mr Heng told some 300 graduates … Continue reading Work Experience Or Going After A Degree?

a little interaction to solve the motivation problem of online learning

Unlocking the power of new technologies for self-guided education is one of the 21st century superhighways that need to be paved. Profound changes to how children access vast information is yielding new forms of peer-to-peer and individual-guided learning. via Sugata Mitra: We Need Schools... Not Factories. Self-Organized Learning Environment aka "SOLE" - SOLE is a term … Continue reading a little interaction to solve the motivation problem of online learning

John Paul DeJoria – A classic American success entrepreneur

What to do on a relaxing Sunday? You could slack on a couch and watch TV programmes or You could get a good book from the library and learn something new. These are typically what I do on a relaxing Sunday, but what if there are no good TV programmes and I was too lazy to read. Well … Continue reading John Paul DeJoria – A classic American success entrepreneur

Training Log: Tempo run

Each round - 850m Ran 10 round - each round averaging about 4.30mins I was feeling great starting from round 1 to 5, but from round 6 onwards steps start to get a bit smaller but breathing was still good, I also feel that my running posture is getting better. Since like running slower and … Continue reading Training Log: Tempo run