October 12, 2008

Who knows

So far, the course hv started for 1 week but i don't feel that it's just one week. There have been manythings to learn, to adapt, to confront. I've been asking myself how to tackle to any coming issues. What we study can be applied well to human living. Sometimes i think that may be ... many theories are based on something in common but they just are intepreted or presented in various ways which depend on its objective. However, one thing which my course leader often mentions is a time management which i'm not quite sure whether i can do like what he recommend or not  because it seem like every minutes has its own value but in my opinion each person also has his/her limitation to do the same thing. Although a result of our study (i mean a grade) is not important but it's undeniable that it's still a  common measurement around the world. So, what is important for studying ... if the answer is learning style... how can anybody know that which style is the best or which one should be admired.... it seem like ... actually nobody knows what is the ture or false.... who knows....

my today blog may be a little bit confusing... haha... hope u enjoy it...

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  1. Paul Roberts

    Hey Toon, you are doing fine. Try not to beat yourself up because it is bound to take some time to get used to such a different situation. The Management for Business Excellence approach is different to traditional degrees in which much time is spent sitting in lectures. This module and two others in your course have no lectures at all and two others have a mix of lectures and team-based learning. You will quickly understand how to manage yourself to make the most of the time that you have for both study and non-academic objectives this year.

    So Ally’s advice in her comment to your Oct 7 post is good – take part fully as you are and accept that all that you are doing will become easier with time. In my experience, by the time that you have completed your second MBE module, Leadership & Excellence, you will be totally used to this approach. In the meantime, if you would like to discuss further time management in practice, please let me know.

    16 Oct 2008, 10:45

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