Complete Task

Some articles on task, tasks:

Executive Dysfunction - Socio-cultural Implications - Education
... Awareness of the amount of effort needed to perform a task (successfully) Commission of errors at easy levels and success at harder levels Indication that student thinks the task is “easy ... Ability to focus on a task or situation despite distractions, fatigue or boredom Initiates the task, but doesn’t continue to work steadily Easily distracted Fatigues ... in memory while performing complex tasks with information Forgets instructions (especially if multi-step) Frequently asks for information to be repeated Forgets books at home or at ...

Famous quotes containing the words task and/or complete:

    We Russians have assigned ourselves no other task in life but the cultivation of our own personalities, and when we’re barely past childhood, we set to work to cultivate them, those unfortunate personalities.
    Ivan Sergeevich Turgenev (1818–1883)

    Although my parents have never been the kind to hint around about grandchildren, I can think of no better tribute to them than giving them some.... I can’t help thinking that the cycle is not complete until I can introduce them to a child of their child. And I can think of no better comfort when they are gone than to know that something of them lives on, not only in me but in my children.
    —Anne Cassidy. “Every Child Should Have a Father But....,” McCall’s (March 1985)