A tool is only useful if you have the understanding and underlying know-how to use it adequately. Furthermore, you have to have a purpose first, then a strategy/model/plan to achieve your goal, and finally can you then begin to consider the appropriate tools to employ. Then and only then do tools take on a clear meaning, become easier to learn, and stand the chance of delivering results.
While working on a personal project I thought about all of the choices students face when selecting required and elective courses. For instance, students have to take a certain number of sciences to graduate college – but which ones do they choose? Students have spots for electives – but again, which do they choose? During […]