Specific (not "lose weight, but lose 15 pounds")
Measurable (not "talk to more people, but talk to at least 3 people a day")
Achievable (not more than you can really do in the time)
Results Oriented (focued on the true final ends, not an activity that might or might not be ueful)
Time-based (have a real-time deadline, "someday" things never get done)
students assigned free, open textbooks do as well or better than their peers in terms of grades, course completion, and other measures of academic success. If traditional textbooks are not producing better outcomes, then what exactly are students paying for?
The best way to move forward is with purpose and – fittingly – clarity. Taking a Clarity Day will give you a better chance to achieving that.
Patrick Allan wrote a great original article for LifeHacker about being bullied and ways to stop it. He talks about what it's like to be bullied...
Children in a remote village in the Dominican Republic have an extremely unusual condition.