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    #21
    2nd question what happens when they do achieve it??? You don't expect them to stay still right???


    Ans 3rd paragraph negates it.



    :fly:


    Edit then there's the 2nd paragraph dilemma

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    In Pinoyland, the goal of "achieving" is to prove something to friends, family, neighbors, enemies...

    it's culture. one of life's main goals here is to "prove" something to other people.

    So after they achieve that? they slack off. mission accomplished e.

    That's why in Pinoyland, pag may bahay na, may sasakyan, kompleto sa gamit, some money in the bank, pa-relax relax nalang. Higher learning? For what? what's the point?

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    #23
    ANg gulo yo mag saya na lng tayu!

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    Quote Originally Posted by uls View Post
    In Pinoyland, the goal of "achieving" is to prove something to friends, family, neighbors, enemies...

    it's culture. one of life's main goals here is to "prove" something to other people.

    So after they achieve that? they slack off. mission accomplished e.

    That's why in Pinoyland, pag may bahay na, may sasakyan, kompleto sa gamit, some money in the bank, pa-relax relax nalang. Higher learning? For what? what's the point?




    Then they haven't learned anything from their achievement.






    :fly:


    Edit achievement comes with learning and you could never have enough success.
    Last edited by GasJunkie; October 25th, 2006 at 05:05 PM. Reason: added they

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    #25
    Quote Originally Posted by jasprit View Post
    ANg gulo yo mag saya na lng tayu!


    :cheers:









    Edit I'll just have pop to toast with you, since I don't drink.

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    Quote Originally Posted by GasJunkie View Post
    Then they haven't learned anything from their achievement.






    :fly:


    Edit achievement comes with learning and you could never have enough success.
    Yep. That's why in the Land of Baseball and Apple Pie, there is no limit to what people can achieve.

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    #27
    It could happen anywhere as long as you want it not them.






    :fly:

    Edit How far do you want to go???

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    #28
    UP really has no choice as they were not able to commercialize their vast land holdings. The facilities were not really maintained but it was the quality of teachers that made UP what it is. But in recent years, a lot of instructors went to La Salle, Ateneo & UAAP because of the relatively low pay they were getting because of the salary standardization law. They needed the increase just to avoid the detereoration from getting worse.

    With regards to the choice between programmed/course based learning and problem based learning. It is not really a choice. courses are designed to give you information about certain subjects. It is up to you to try to apply what you have learned into real life situations and convert that information into knowledge.
    People always tell me to think out of the box. My answer is that you have to be in a box first before you can think out of it.

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    #29
    Quote Originally Posted by Bogeyman View Post
    Speaking of cash-strapped state universities, UP has already announced that it may be upping the tuition fee at PhP1,000 per academic unit, a 300% increase from 300 per unit. Miscellaneous fees will also skyrocket from PhP600 to PhP2,000.

    Buti pala naabutan ko pa yung dating rate (lecheng STFAP yan!), but this piece of news is still saddening.
    wtf? really?! when will this take effect? would the MA-level be affected too?

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    Quote Originally Posted by uls View Post
    In Pinoyland, the goal of "achieving" is to prove something to friends, family, neighbors, enemies...

    it's culture. one of life's main goals here is to "prove" something to other people.

    So after they achieve that? they slack off. mission accomplished e.

    That's why in Pinoyland, pag may bahay na, may sasakyan, kompleto sa gamit, some money in the bank, pa-relax relax nalang. Higher learning? For what? what's the point?
    ganun din naman pinoy sa states eh hehehe

    higher learning for quest for power! lakas mag-motivate nyan.

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