Students are seeing that they can do more and better things when they work together. They even leave sticky notes on the walls to communicate idea with students from other classes this is truly a collaboration between 500 students. There is also a real sense of a “greater good”.
For me it started as basically the closest thing to “Free/thought” / improvisational beat making as I could get. Because at my absolute core/ from when i was 5 plinking on piano keys to a musical in the background. So it just kinda turned into what felt most natural.
My class was the largest with 550. Even today the school has to use portable classrooms due to the number of students. Just saying this for greater understanding. Thanks for the comments. I am in a war against muddy mixes and haven yet succeeded. The production side of these song a week efforts is such a challenge in its own right.
Yes, they put off because they stereotyped. I addressed this in my edit. Perhaps you didn see it? From the same article you linked: “Women’s decisions to remove themselves from competition after having been rejected is driven partly by their experience of being a negatively stereotyped minority in the executive labor market.
The dashboard instrument cluster in your car organizes a variety of sensors and gauges, including the oil pressure gauge, coolant temperature gauge, fuel level gauge, tachometer and more. But the most prominent gauge and perhaps the most important, at least in terms of how many times you look at it while you’re driving is the speedometer. The job of the speedometer is to indicate the speed of your car in miles per hour, kilometers per hour or both.
Easier said than done. According to marriage therapist John Gottman (who has an entire laboratory in Seattle dedicated to studying interactions between couples), the difference between relationships that succeed and those that fail is the ability to maintain a high ratio of positive to negative interactions. This certainly applies to conversations about sex..
Wrath of the TitansIt’s a box office battle of mythic proportions this weekend as remixed fables and fairy tales go head to head. In one corner, Mirror Mirror, a snarky retelling of the Snow White fairy tale. In the other, Wrath of the Titans, the sequel to the widely panned remake from 2010.
Nike represents nearly all that is wrong with corporate America. They are the first to represent punk athletes who have made no contribution to the collective societal good other than to excel at some sport. Additionally, all Nike junk is made in China, Malaysia, etc.