Know about the Conscious Game in Education

71nYNfSFmhL._SL1500_The choice to remain conscious or not conscious helps a lot in transformation. Being a student, you can bring great change that is not superficial. Change and transformation are two important things. Transformation is the result when something combines to form a new product. It results in new possibilities and it is important when you take our life as an example to watch the new transformation. The state of remaining aware and aware of one’s surroundings is important for the conscious game. Is it possible for a person to remain worldly and conscious at the same time? Well, discuss the topic with Sirius Mindz.

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Importance of Consistency in Education and Life

MO-01-My+Day+v10.Still001Consistency is as significant as accuracy. There are people who approach you only when they are in need. It is hard to come across such relationships. Patterns help to improve your confidence. For example, when you remain committed towards work and follow it successfully, you learn to master intentions. Due to consistency, your reputation increases. It reflects your promises and words. People will know what to expect when they trust you. If you follow a standard and simple principle, people will appreciate and remember you forever. In business, consistency matters most since recommendations and referrals can break or make a company. If a person is not satisfied with your service, they will share publicly in social media sites.

Advantages of an Afrikan Centralized Education

fotolia_6957498_XSWhat are the advantages of infusing or changing towards Afrikan Centered Education? It can be induced into Philadelphia public schools. More than 50% of students in Philadelphia are Afrikan scholars. A recent statistics have found that they are born in America. Pennsylvania is one among the twenty states where African-American graduate level is below 66%. Moreover, it is one among the sixteen states where Latino graduation level is less than 66%. African Centered curriculum has been in due for a long time. Dr. Jalal Hayes shares his experience and suggestions on Philadelphia public school in African perspective. He graduated college at 18 years and high school at 15 years.