11 Mar I’ve had James Marcus Bach’s Secrets of a Buccaneer-Scholar on my reading list for a while just because it sounded interesting, but when B.J. Secrets of a Buccaneer-Scholar by James Bach – Like so many young people, James Bach, the son of the famous author Richard Bach (Jonathan Livingston. Secrets of a Buccaneer-Scholar by James Marcus Bach – This unique and insightful book challenges our prevailing and often fallacious attitudes about.

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Mar 26, Carla rated secrest it was ok. Feb 12, Poiema rated it it was amazing Shelves: Then for weeks more, I lived on spaghetti. Check out the latest reading group guides.

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No trivia or quizzes yet. Teta jika anda sudah bisa belajar sendiri, mengapa harus sekolah? The public school system serves a tasteless gruel and disillusions many about what actual learning is about through hollow and meaningless problem solving. Bagi saya, buku ini adalah tentang kebenaran yang sejati.

My social education was probably the most important component of my college experience, but I also learned a lot of critical thinking skills as well as how to learn on my own.

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The ability to educate oneself — to learn how to learn — is crucial. I came away from this book with a secres idea that “experts” aren’t always more knowledgeable about things than we are, some of them just know how to think creatively.


Know that you are smart, and no matter what your vocation, become a professional intellectual. An buccaneer-scholar learning for someone who feels completely lost in their present skill building activity or in professional life and would like to start all over again.

Menurut saya judul aslinya lebih baik, Secrets of a Buccaneer-Scholar. But that isn’t necessarily a reason not to do it.

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I found the author via my career as a software QA which is odd because I’ve always hated the term assurance along with most of the surrounding rituals and hang buccaneer-csholar only because the buccaneer-scolar part is fun. In Secrets of a Bu This unique and insightful book challenges our prevailing and often fallacious attitudes about schooling. As a graduate do you have all the information you need to succeed in the working world?

The ability to educate oneself—to learn how to learn—is crucial.

The Water and the Wine. I found this idea fascinating.

Here are some more of the ideas that form the core of the Buccaneer Scholar ideals for all of them, I recommend picking up the book; these are the ones that resonated with me: Most people who are “bad” at science and math, say it is because they are intimidated by numbers.

Here was a kid who was almost incapable of fitting into any sort of mold – when he tried, his brain rebelled against him, and he slid into a deep depression. I was looking forward to this being about scholarship for its own sake and expertise outside of the academy, but it reads like a bloated low-budget TED talk.


He inspired me to start one. Jun 27, Hava rated it really liked it Recommends it for: He says what he thinks and lets the chips fall where they may. Bach ingin menyampaikan bagaimana cara belajarnya yang tidak membutuhkan sekolah.

May 28, Tarun Vangani rated it it was amazing Shelves: I found the arrogance boring when he keeps saying how smart he is. Sign up for the latest news on authors, books, events, video and more. If I set my aspirations very high, I have something i I loved this insightful, practical, and very personal presentation buccaneer-schlar one successful!

I may get her the Bach book, too.

Want to Read saving…. My daughter is 15 and also mildly autistic. James breaks his method into eleven elements: Will the four-year degree be worth the money? Attending schools does not guarantee success; if you feel comfortable with your school – go on, otherwise – leave it.

I would not repeat that mistake.