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Don't Go Back to School: A Handbook for Learning Anything (udgave 2013)

af Kio Stark

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Kio Stark's most recent book is a practical guide on learning with concrete strategies, inspiring stories from learners, and how-to advice on things like getting started, staying motivated, and getting jobs without traditional credentials.
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Titel:Don't Go Back to School: A Handbook for Learning Anything
Forfattere:Kio Stark
Info:Kio Stark (2013), Paperback, 214 pages
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  Mithril | Oct 31, 2018 |
True rating 3.5.

This is a solid read. It is chalked full of words I wanted to write down, to keep always at my call for those times I need some words. I had high expectations for the book and it didn't live up to them entirely. I didn't go to college/university, but I seek to always be active in my journey through self-education in this world. I was hoping to hear more from people who went entirely unconventional in their path by not receiving a higher education from the public forum. While many in this book didn't seek out a normal career path they did still go to college of some sort. I wanted encouragement in that realm more, perhaps selfishly, for my own life. Please don't be swayed from reading this because while it didn't completely fit for what I looking for, it has so much information! I will be keeping it for sure and referencing it. I'm hoping to pass it on to others in my circle too. ( )
  books_ofa_feather | Jan 9, 2018 |
"Don't Go Back to School" is a great primer for those of us interested in DIY learning, that is, learning without formal schooling. Stark begins the book with a summary of her research and ends with an introduction to popular tools of the day. However, the meat of the book is in its interviews; Stark excerpts 23 interviews with successful scientists, entrepreneurs and artists.

"Don't Go Back to School" is a delightful and easy read, full of insight derived from the fifty or so interviews Stark conducted as part of her research. However, it definitely is more of a primer than a guide; the book rare goes into much depth about the tools, methods or history of the interviewees. ( )
  jasonli | Jul 23, 2014 |
[Don't Go Back to School: A Guide to Learning Anything] by [[Kio Stark]]. There is no touchstone yet for this book: too bad!

Even though I teach at a university, most of the time I really despair of higher education (or any formal education). This is a manifesto that speaks to independent learners of all stripes. Kio Stark opens the book by laying out some basic principles for how you can learn anything on your own, and argues that the work world is starting to recognize the value of those who do not have university degrees, as their ability to learn quickly on the job using well-honed learning strategies, not to mention their enthusiasm and motivation, are much sought after. She includes interviews with 23 incredibly creative and articulate people from all sorts of jobs who speak of their own paths to learning and working in their fields--almost all without a formal university education. The final section provides resources--everything from open university materials to software for effective organization of knowledge.

My copy of the book is now copiously annotated, and my notebook is bursting with ideas about how I want to use this book to motivate my own students IN university to bust out of the confines of academe and really make something of themselves. I'm also thinking about my own learning: do I want to finish a long laid-aside project, or maybe start working on filling in some educational gaps on my own? What an inspiring book! ( )
  ipsoivan | Nov 6, 2013 |
Inspirational and practical for this Jacky's homeschool family. Can't wait to dive deeper into some of the resources. In the meantime, it was a great look at self-directed learners and learning communities. ( )
  beckydj | May 22, 2013 |
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