I was under the impression that school was part of my life.
unfortunately, neither one served me much...
Life, definitely. You don't actually learn in school, i feel. You just memorize until a test comes, then dump everything once it's done
I've learned, and am still learning, exponentially more from life and things I've taught myself, but without the core instruction of classroom schooling, I could never have gotten most of the post schooling knowledge.
There is no question, the things that I have learned in life have served me better, but that is only because I never went past the normal high school educational system.. Had I spent time in a higher learning school I think I could have take advantage of my life experience to it's fullest
Life learning, and studying up on things on my own accord
The only thing I learned at school was don't leave sweets in your coat pocket and something to do with crop rotation, the rest of the time was a wasted 11 years.
Life learning all the way for me...
You did it too? Oh yeah and don't drink milk that's sat outside in the playground for 4 hours.
On a hot day that is.....
A little of both. School showed me what is true under ideal circumstances. Life showed me what is true when you introduce Murphy's Law into the mix.
is pbs and discovery school learning?
life. only a few total hours of school compared then.
you are right there should be a diploma from the school of hard knocks