42 thoughts on “Let Me Ask You a Question – 1/10/19

      1. I agree. When I was in college there were only a few computers and they were in the lab! The entire library operated solely off the Dewey Decimal! lol

      2. It might be easier. It’s most online based for homework, papers, assignments, etc. Almost zero writing.

      1. I’ve been thinking about it. There’s just quite a few things that need to align perfectly for me to be able to do so. But yes, I will if I can make it work.

      1. The reason I never did a PhD is that I couldn’t narrow down what I wanted to do. Actually before I retired I thought of being a spiritual director, life coach or something in education to teach at a college level- Christian education. Then I asked the question “ did I want to give up my freedom and have to deal with other people’s issues and problems ?” And the answer was no. I keep reading and now write my Congress people and help with climate change issues and just following my own curiosity.

  1. I believe in learning until the grave, have studied in university as an adult, loved it. I regularly do online courses with Coursera and FutureLearn and love it still, my most recent has just finished and was ‘The Age of Cathedrals’ with Yale University, a brilliant course!

      1. Yes, to me it was a necessity as my formal school education ended at age 15 out of necessity. But there are so many possibilities these days for self education. 🙂

  2. I am learning from home, right now, and would definately go back to school if there was a Danish teacher in Quebec. Unfortunatly, I think it is too much of a niche for someone to make a living out of it, so I have to work by myself!

  3. I might. I went back to school when I changed careers when I was in my 30s. I also consider that doing online learning which I am doing for photography and photo editing for my blog is sort of “going back to school”. Good question Danny!

  4. Absolutely. I consider it all the time. I love learning. I have my Masters in Human Resources. I’ve considered going back for an Master’s in Ed or even a PhD in Ed. I’ve also considered going to seminary. If I do go back, it won’t be until my kids are a bit older.

      1. Next month February 27th I will turn 60. I’m always learning through people and any particular subject I’m interested in like Art and Art History. YouTube has many excellent Free videos on a variety of topics.

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