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TED演讲:如何1年学完麻省理工学院4年课程

TED演讲:1年学完麻省理工学院4年课程

  首先,这个男神叫斯科特·杨(Scott Young),加拿大人。是来自美国麻省理工学院计算机科学专业的学生,他令人惊讶的是他超强的学习能力,他12个月自学完成了本专业33门课程的学习,那么他是如何完成这一的学习,有什么样的技巧。直接听他在TED上怎么讲的吧!快看视频!

 

  双语字幕如下:

  So if you’ve been watching the news lately, you have probably seen photographs like this.

  如果你们最近有看新闻的话,你们可能看过这样的照片。

  Students protesting because their government is cutting subsidies to education.

  学生们抗议的原因是政府削减了教育补助金。

  And the big part of the reason for this, both the government cutting subsidies and the student outcry is that getting a college education just doesn’t cost what it used to.

  而对于这两个现象——政府削减补助金,以及学生们出来抗议;它们的主要原因就是:大学教育已经不再是以前那个价了。

  So if you graduated more than 2 decades ago, you might be surprised to know that it now costs students over 2.5x as much as it did for you, and that’s in real dollars for any economists in the audience here.

  所以,如果你是20多年前毕业的,你可能会吃惊地发现:现在学生们要花你那时候2.5倍的钱,而且我们这里说的是实际价格(而不是账面价格),如果观众里有经济学家的话。

  And it’s not an easy problem. On one hand the cost is becoming harder for both students and governments to bear. But in the other hand employers are demanding an educated workforce.

  这不是个容易解决的问题。一方面,教育成本对学生和政府来说都越来越难负担;但另一方面,雇主们要的是一个受过教育的劳动力大军。

  They want employees with complex analytical skills. The world now runs out of what we dig out of people’s brains not just what we dig out of the ground.

  他们要的是具备复杂分析技巧的雇员。现在全世界急缺的不光是自然资源,还有优质的脑力劳动。

  So, that’s the problem.

  对,这就是问题的症结。

  Now what’s the fix? Well, let me be completely honest with you. I have no idea.

  那,怎么解决呢?嗯,实话讲,我完全不知道。

  But what I do want to suggest is that maybe we’ve been looking in the wrong place.

  不过,我想说,可能我们一直以来寻求答案的方向是错的。

  We’ve been expecting change to come from schools and governments, but what if the change came from us.

  我们一直指望学校和政府能带来改变,但有没有可能其实是我们自己该改变呢?

  I’d like to share my story and suggest that maybe an education doesn’t need to be expensive and what’s more, maybe we can learn better without it.

  我想分享一下我自己的故事,告诉大家教育可能并不需要这么昂贵,而且,我们在没有它的情况下可能可以学得更好。

  So in my case I was lucky. When I got accepted to college, I managed to narrow down my choice in major to two choices: Business and computer science.

  就我个人而言,我挺幸运的。当我被大学录取时,我成功地把专业选项缩减到2个:商科和计算机科学。

  I was really interested in both. With one you get to build companies, with the other you get to build technologies.

  我对两者都真的非常感兴趣。其中一个让你可以建立公司,而另一个让你可以创造技术。

  And these two are not mutually exclusive. After all Bill Gates was a hacker before he built an empire.

  而且这两者并不是互相排斥的。毕竟,比尔•盖茨在建立他的帝国前就是个黑客嘛。

  But in my school I could only major in one. So I did what any freshman would do, and did a careful rational cost-benefit analysis.

  不过,在我们学校里,你只能选一个专业。于是我做了任何一个大一新生都会做的事:一个严密、理性的成本-收益分析。

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  So business it was, and after graduating I have no regrets. I learned a lot and I had a great time.

  于是我就选了商科,而且毕业后我也完全没有遗憾。我学到了很多,也过得很开心。

  But after finishing my education, I had this longing for the path not taken.

  但是在结束了我的大学教育之后,我一直对自己没有选的那条路心怀渴望。

  I really wanted to learn computer science.

  我真的很想学计算机科学。

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