Essay about The On The Wall Street

1452 Words Sep 27th, 2016 6 Pages
People who work in the Wall Street are considering elites of the society, their works are relatd to finance and dealing with the world economy. There are many students are desiring for working at the Wall Street; however, this dream is hard to accomplish because these people are “smart”. In Biographies of Hegemony, the author Karen Ho brings up the idea of smartness, which is addresses to people is not only have individual intelligence, but also a person who have the quality of being an expert that has self-confidence, aggressive, and hard-working. Basically, in the article, Ho implies these people are from Harvard, Princeton and now they are working on the Wall Street. Karen believes smartness is a form of impressiveness, because smartness is not just about intelligence, but also separate from normal people. However, in Project Classroom Makeover, the author Cathy Davidson pays more attention to students who are not expertise and by using collective learning to share different opinions with other. Collective learning brings out the idea of crowdsourcing. Crowdsourcing is a group of people will share their ideas and solve the problem, which is one way of collective learning. The theory of smartness shares commons and differences with collective learning. For common, both the theory of smartness and collective learning requires students to work together and to have the confidence to conquer the difficulties. For differences, smartness for people who have an impressive…

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