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How Formal Education Can Help You in Your Daily Life (3 Ways)

As with most of my posts, this information came to me as I continued taking various courses at the college level. I have not conducted a study on this nor has it been “peer reviewed.” This post’s information is purely from experience (as are the others). 991 more words

School

How Open-Minded Are You?

This blogpost might be challenging for some. It was for me. I like to think of myself as open-minded. (Actually, I just like to think of myself generally. 341 more words

Employee Engagement

Hemisphericity and Learning Styles

As you can see, we were born to learn. In what ways have you been dissuaded from learning something you wanted to learn? Were you perhaps told to put an interesting book away and instead do your Algebra homework? 159 more words

Principles Of Communication

Read to Learn, Learn to Read

People both young and old are frequently heard complaining, “Reading is so boring”, ” It’s such a waste of time”. We look for short cuts and quick notes to prevent ourselves from the mundane task of reading the full text.   625 more words

Top Skills Of Communication

Who am I? And what do I know about COMM11003?

Hi Everyone,

My name is Samantha Plath and I am in my final year of a Bachelor of Accounting at CQU Mackay.

On completion of my degree, at the conclusion of Semester Two 2017, I have fortunately been offered a graduate position working for Deloitte from March 2017. 319 more words

Accounting

Presentation DBS Annual Library Seminar 09/06/17

First up, here are my slides

From attending and listening at the seminar I learnt a lot from the keynote by Andrew Preator relating to critical reflective practice. 396 more words

Collaborative Non-accredited

The PDF Pilot and this eportfolio

I admit it: this project has not featured a lot of reflection from me, and certainly no deep reflection. I got the impression as the project progressed that this was intended by the NF. 447 more words

Professional Knowledge