Leibman, Pete
July 2013
ASCA Newsletter;2013, Vol. 2013 Issue 7, p21
In this article the author discuss the learning and development techniques that can help children with their studies in a systematic manner. he sates that the secret for making one's carrier to the next level and to become a successful employer is the proper professional development and this include; learn form the experts on a topic/skill, read in public and experiment with public speaking and social skills and After studying, applying, and summarizing practice these topic with others.


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