Goodhart’s Law, Parkinson’s Law, and the Peter Principle, are all rooted in business practice, but can just as appropriately apply to self-directed student learning.
Although this is a dated resource and there are probably more recent works reflecting more refined data, but it is a great foundation for students struggling with formally-diagnosed ADD/ADHD as well as those with general inattentiveness and distractability. Patricia Quinn also has newer works.
Quinn, Patricia O. ADD and the College Student: A Guide for High School and College Students with Attention Deficit Disorder. New York: Magination Press, 1994. Print.
Personally I think that localization can be omitted from first-year textbooks, because its usage is relatively infrequent and its misuse causes no communicative breakdown.Continue Reading
In 1987, the “La Bamba” (as recorded by Los Lobos) become the first Spanish-language song to rank #1 on United States music charts. Prior to this in 1959, Ritchie Valens’ version reached #22. Continue Reading
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