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Passion projects for smart people

Michael R. Wing

Passion projects for smart people

turn your intellectual pursuits into fun, profit and recognition

by Michael R. Wing

  • 206 Want to read
  • 27 Currently reading

Published .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Vocational guidance,
  • Professional relationships,
  • Vocational interests,
  • Fieldwork (Educational method),
  • Teachers,
  • Hobbies,
  • Personnel management,
  • Career development

  • About the Edition

    Passion Projects for Smart People shows how you can create your own opportunities to do intellectually serious work. Written by a high school science teacher who has done field work on five continents, published in professional journals, and worked with NASA, this book details how to turn side projects into career-development opportunities. It shows how to develop your own research and creative projects; form collaborations with universities and public agencies; apply for grants and professional experience opportunities ; get published in peer-reviewed journals; and even travel the world for free!-- back cover

    Edition Notes

    Includes bibliographical references and index.

    StatementMichael R. Wing, Ph.D.
    Classifications
    LC ClassificationsHF5381.5 .W563 2017
    The Physical Object
    Paginationviii, 177 pages
    Number of Pages177
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL26935555M
    ISBN 101610353064
    ISBN 109781610353069
    OCLC/WorldCa974673569

    Passion Project Blog­ share teacher comments/passions Sticky note­ write down some of your passions Step 1 worksheet “Generate Ideas”­ discuss next steps Set up Passion Project Go to Folder­ to house project materials. - Explore sandy_thoms's board "School-passion projects" on Pinterest. See more ideas about Passion project, Inquiry learning, Genius hour pins.

    Over the last few years I’ve been leading the Day Passion Project programs and helping people discover their very own passion projects, I’m in awe that we’ve had over Passion Projects. Wow! Here is a just a sampling of some of those + passion projects. - Explore Jenny Wise's board "Passion Projects for Kids/Explore" on Pinterest. See more ideas about Science for kids, Fun science, Homeschool science pins.

    Passion plays a key role in determining whether or not we succeed in our endeavors. If you are passionate about something, go ahead and do it. And if you are not, don’t waste your time on it. That same applies to project managers handling different types of projects across industries. Managing multiple IT projects, one. Best Books for Smart People There's so many of us here on Goodreads users sick of seeing "best books ever" list with "Twilight" and "The Hunger Games". Well, how about about all of us a mental age over 13 make a "greatest books list" The rules are simple; books must not be shit you read in high school. I'm talking about Joyce, Proust.


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" Passion Projects for Smart People is inspiring. Its proposals of interesting ventures and its profiles of dynamic individuals will be motivating to anyone seeking a greater sense of accomplishment and fulfillment in their lives." ―David R.

Lapp, physics teacher, Tamalpais High School and author of The Physics of Music and Musical Instruments/5(10). Passion Projects for Smart People book. Read 3 reviews from the world's largest community for readers. You loved your college major.

You worked hard to e /5. Passion Projects for Smart People: Turn Your Intellectual Pursuits into Fun, Profit and Recognition by Michael R. Wing Ph.D., Paperback | Barnes & Noble® You loved your college major. You worked hard to earn your degree. And now your day job doesn’t fully Brand: Linden Publishing.

Passion Projects for Smart People: A sure cure for workplace boredom is the “passion project,” which educator Michael Wing says people pursue because it “adds meaning to their lives and gives them satisfaction.” In a book that celebrates and demonstrates creativity, Wing 5/5.

Passion Projects for Smart People shows how to become an intellectual entrepreneur and launch your own academic, scientific and artistic projects. Author Michael R. Wing dives into the nuts and bolts of how he created his own research projects in marine biology, high altitude gardening, astrobiology.

Written by a high school science teacher who has done field work in six countries, published in professional journals, and worked with NASA, Passion Projects for Smart People details how to turn side projects into career-development opportunities.

Passion Projects for Smart People and over 8 million other books are available for Amazon Kindle. £ Passion Projects for Smart People: Turn Your Intellectual Pursuits into Fun, Profit & Recognition Paperback – 15 Nov.

by Michael R Wing (Author)Reviews: 9. Ways You Can Start a Passion Project. Here I name some of the most popular ways people have shared or started their own passion projects. You can even call them "platforms" or "mediums," if you prefer.

In the section after this, you'll find an endless supply of topics or niches in case you need some aha. moment to start. Brainstorm Passion Project Ideas. Set a timer for 15 minutes and brainstorm all the possible passion project ideas you can come up with which would allow you to get the benefits you listed in Step 1 above.

Commit to One Passion Project. Take a look at all of the ideas that you came up with during your brainstorming session and commit to. " Passion Projects for Smart People is inspiring.

Its proposals of interesting ventures and its profiles of dynamic individuals will be motivating to anyone seeking a greater sense of accomplishment and fulfillment in their lives." ―David R.

Lapp, physics teacher, Tamalpais High School and author of The Physics of Music and Musical Instruments/5(9). At ISTE inshe shared her experiences with Passion Projects through poster sessions, webinars, and various digital publications.

Tamara also serves as Digital Content Chair for VSTE. Connect with Tamara on Twitter @tamaraletter or visit her website to learn about her new book "A Passion. Passion Projects for Smart People: Turn Your Intellectual Pursuits Into Fun, Profit and Recognition by Michael R.

Wing Passion Projects for Smart People | You loved your college major. You worked hard to earn your degree. And now your day job doesn't fully use your education, engage your mind, or. Smart people use this input to work on themselves and change the things they have the power to change.

Arrogant people look for excuses and choose to blindly believe in their judgement without any retrospect. Not only does this kind of behaviour hinder your future success, it also drives people and allies away from you. "Passion Projects for Smart People shows how you can create your own opportunities to do intellectually serious work.

Written by a high school science teacher who has done field work on five continents, published in professional journals, and worked with NASA, this book details how to turn side projects into career-development opportunities. A sure cure for workplace boredom is the “passion project,” which educator Michael Wing says people pursue because it “adds meaning to their lives and gives them satisfaction.” In a book that celebrates and demonstrates creativity, Wing writes in a kind of show-and-tell style, describing numerous projects conducted by him and others.

We think it also has a lot to do with who and what they've been influenced by. We've rounded up some of the most successful people's favorite books. While there is some overlap (Toni Morrison, Shakespeare), we still think there's plenty to keep you busy for a while.

After polishing off this list, you just might start your own Fortune company. Passion Project 1: Starting a lifestyle blog. Dream jobs this could lead to: Senior Editor at a magazine or Brand Marketing Manager.

Starting and maintaining a lifestyle blog is a type of passion project that requires a ton of self-taught marketing, branding, social media management, editing and writing. Heading your own blog gifts you with so.

Intelligent people tend to use their instincts more to make decisions whereas book smart people rely on tried and tested strategies 5. Book smart people are often educated to a high level 6.

Book smart people have often studied hard to achieve their level of knowledge. Intelligent people may or may not have been educated to a higher level 8. Smart people crave and gather the collective brain power of others by reading books, magazines and articles that assist their own development.

Learning is never a drag or a bore because for smart. Passion Projects for Smart People shows how you can create your own opportunities to do intellectually serious work.

Written by a high school science teacher who has done field work on five continents, published in professional journals, and worked with NASA, this book details how to turn side projects into career-development opportunities. Incorporate the passion project with a multi-genre research project.

Ask students to research their passion and write about it in different genres. Tie the project to the learning standards by focusing on writing and research skills. Incorporate the passion project with a speaking and listening unit. Ask students to research their passion.

A passion project may provide other benefits like learning new skills, meeting new people, contributing to a current career or developing a new one.

These bonuses are like icing on the cake. But even if they don't happen, the inspiration, sense of satisfaction and meaning the project provides will carry over into other areas of your life in.The following excerpt is taken from the book PERSONAL DEVELOPMENT FOR SMART PEOPLE: The Conscious Pursuit of Personal Growth by Steve Pavlina.

It is published by Hay House (October ) and is available at all bookstores or online at: Introduction “When I’m working on a problem, I never think about beauty.