Hello there, Last week I wrote a blog post about the difference between the Performance Culture and Learning Culture — and another one on ‘Nancy Pearl’s Rule of 50‘, an interesting rule that will help you to quit the books you find boring. I also published my book notes for Wonder by R.J. Palacio lastContinue reading “Having a Nemesis – Sunday Clippings #13”
(9/10) The story of August Pullman (aka Auggie), a 10-year-old boy born with a rare craniofacial disorder and his experience of attending a school for the first time. The book is based on the themes of kindness, identity, bullying, acceptance and friendship.
School has taught us to finish every book from the start. Students feel that it’s necessary to read every single word of the material because of its possibility of showing up on a test. However, this is one of the most unhealthy habits associated with reading. We need to change our mindset about quitting books. QuittingContinue reading “Nancy Pearl’s Rule of 50”
I came across this thought-provoking tweet by Adam Grant today. It’s the clash between Performance and Learning Culture. We hear more and more about the performance culture and are a part of it even though we understand that learning culture is about being true to ourselves. In fact, learning is the best way to reachContinue reading “Performance Culture and Learning Culture”