“Learning is a lifestyle.”
Keith T. Miller
Innovative ways to teach around the world are more important than ever. College students need to understand the theories, test their ideas, establish a strategies, and implement their plans in life and in their professions. Educating students today must include these four steps. They must understand why actions are taken and how those actions work. This approach moves individuals toward living their dream.
Students must be taught that learning is a lifestyle. Work time, play time and learning are interrelated. There should be balance in life; which includes recreation, exercise, family. Learning transcends everything. The lines between these activities can become blurred occasionally. For example, the exercise routine may sometimes include a potential customer or and employee that needs support. The life of a student does not always have a specific separation of activities. Learning has no boundaries.