Analyzing The Difference Between Early & Late Specialization | Morning Joe | MSNBC

Analyzing The Difference Between Early & Late Specialization | Morning Joe | MSNBC 1

 

David Epstein joins us to talk about his new book ‘Range: Why generalists triumph in a specialized world’
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Analyzing The Difference Between Early & Late Specialization | Morning Joe | MSNBC

10 Comments on "Analyzing The Difference Between Early & Late Specialization | Morning Joe | MSNBC"

  1. Elizabeth Owens | August 16, 2019 at 11:54 AM | Reply

    Love this we are teachable and adaptable

    • Crystal Giddens | August 16, 2019 at 12:14 PM | Reply

      Jeffery Epstein left his field early? Or did he? Psycho Joe should know. After killing his young intern, he left politics. is this a trend?

  2. msnbc ignores that israel let in the jihadi congresswomen and now she refuses to go. guess granny wasnt that important.

  3. Good to know. And lately I’ve been coming across the name Epstein quite a lot

  4. Greg Contolini | August 16, 2019 at 12:09 PM | Reply

    Wait, what happens if the baby doesn’t fit in the box…? :/

  5. eclecticwhyzas | August 16, 2019 at 12:10 PM | Reply

    To quote Wendell Berry in similar relevance to learning: “And we will know that of all the issues in education, the issue of relevance is the phoniest. If life were as predictable and small as the talkers of politics would have it, then relevance would be a consideration. But life is large and surprising and mysterious, and we don’t know what we need to know. When I was a student I refused certain subjects because I thought they were irrelevant to the duties of a writer, and I have had to take them up, clumsily and late, to understand my duties as a man. What we need in education is not relevance but abundance, variety, adventurousness, thoroughness. A student should suppose that he needs to learn everything he can, and he should suppose he will need to know much more than he can learn. ” Wendell Berry
    I found both areas to be true. The physical and the mental. Eclectic fills in the gaps.

  6. Crystal Giddens | August 16, 2019 at 12:14 PM | Reply

    Jeffery Epstein left his field early? Or did he? Psycho Joe should know.
    After killing his young intern, he left politics. is this a trend?

  7. Crystal Giddens | August 16, 2019 at 12:14 PM | Reply

    Jeffery Epstein left his field early? Or did he? Psycho Joe should know.
    After killing his young intern, he left politics. is this a trend?

  8. Fascinating topic!

  9. #VoteBlueToEndThisNightmare

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