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Watch a Student Totally Nail Something About Women .. Via: @GuerillaGirl & @ButtonPoetry

Watch a Student Totally Nail Something About Women .. Via: @GuerillaGirl & @ButtonPoetry | A New Generation | Scoop.it
She really nailed this to the wall, didn't she?

 

 
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The Original Lily Myers: http://bit.ly/1aSYXFE

 

 
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What Teachers Really Think About Game Based Learning - NN

What Teachers Really Think About Game Based Learning - NN | A New Generation | Scoop.it

WeAreTeachers, an educational resource website, have released the results of a survey of 309 K–12 classroom teachers from public, private and religious schools across the country about their views on game based learning. We thought the results were very interesting, especially the statement ’81% of teachers feel students are more engaged when they are playing games’.  

 

 
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Ricard Garcia's comment, December 9, 2012 11:09 PM
I can't find the complete report in their website, just the infographic.
Rudy Azcuy's comment, December 10, 2012 5:55 AM
Ricard Garcia... I checked for the report on the WeAreTeachers site and they don't have it posted. They only have info on what is in the graphic...
EduClick_España's comment, April 22, 2013 3:18 AM
I'm affraid the full text report is not available. Will be checking for updating asap!
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Why Generation-Y Can’t Read Nonverbal Cues

Why Generation-Y Can’t Read Nonverbal Cues | A New Generation | Scoop.it

   Nearly all of the Gen-Y communication tools involve the exchange of written words alone. At least phones allow the transmission of tone of voice, pauses and the like. But even these clues are absent in the text-dependent world. Users insert smiley-faces into emails, but they don't see each others' actual faces. They read comments on Facebook, but they don't "read" each others' posture, hand gestures, eye movements, shifts in personal space and other nonverbal—and expressive—behaviors.

 

   In Silicon Valley itself, some companies have installed the "topless" meeting—in which laptops, iPhones and other tools are banned—to combat a new problem: "continuous partial attention." With a device close by, attendees at workplace meetings simply cannot keep their focus on the speaker. It's too easy to check email, stock quotes and Facebook. While a quick log-on may seem, to the user, a harmless break, others in the room receive it as a silent dismissal. It announces: "I'm not interested." So the tools must now remain at the door.

 
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Adapting the Workplace for the Next Generation - Hannah Hahn c.s.

Adapting the Workplace for the Next Generation - Hannah Hahn c.s. | A New Generation | Scoop.it

   GenX digital immigrants recall planning, organizing and interacting with one another without mobile phones, computers or the Internet. Digital natives, however, never have experienced life without technology.

   Since childhood, individuals of GenY have integrated technologies into their lives and have developed skills to naturally adapt to continuous technological progress. They have made digital technologies an inherent part of their day-to-day lives and intuitively understand them.

 

   In a 2011 study, Johnson Controls' Global Work-Place Innovation discovered which workplace areas are in a certain need of improvement, to better accommodate the arriving GenY workers:

- Bring your own technology (BYOT);

- Always connected;

- No loss of transition from home to work;

- Social networking friendly solutions;

- Collaborative solutions;

- Internal knowledge management;

- More sustainable working environment.

 
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Meldknop.nl, weten jullie kinderen al dat dat bestaat?

Meldknop.nl (www.meldknop.nl) is een website voor jongeren tussen 11 en 16 jaar die informatie, hulp en advies biedt aan jongeren die iets vervelends meemaken op internet. Kinderen en jongeren krijgen op internet regelmatig te maken met pesten, discriminatie, bedreiging, hacking, oplichting of schending van privacy.

 

Bijna alle jongeren en hun ouders juichen een online meldknop toe. Een kwart van de jongeren is wel eens online gepest en 14% zegt wel eens gehackt te zijn waarna er vervelende mails of foto's uit hun naam zijn rondgestuurd.

 
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Solving Gen Y's Passion Problem - Cal Newport

Solving Gen Y's Passion Problem - Cal Newport | A New Generation | Scoop.it

   In this analytic article about a widespread verbal infection, Newport reframes us to develop Skills in the first decade or so, of our carreer, in order to love our jobs later on in life ..

 

   The simple phrase, "follow your passion," turns out to be surprisingly pernicious. It's hard to argue, of course, against the general idea that you should aim for a fulfilling working life. But this phrase requires something more. The verb "follow" implies that you start by identifying a passion and then match this preexisting calling to a job. Because the passion precedes the job, it stands to reason that you should love your work from the very first day.

 

   It's this implication that causes damage. When I studied people who love what they do for a living, I found that in most cases their passion developed slowly, often over unexpected and complicated paths, and the process of becoming good can be frustrating and take years.

 

   The good news is that this explanation yields a clear solution: we need a more nuanced conversation surrounding the quest for a compelling career. We currently lack, for example, a good phrase for describing those tough first years on a job where you grind away at building up skills while being shoveled less-than-inspiring entry-level work. This tough skill-building phase can provide the foundation for a wonderful career, but in this common scenario the "follow your passion" dogma would tell you that this work is not immediately enjoyable and therefore is not your passion. We also lack a sophisticated way to discuss the role of serendipity in building a passionate pursuit. In short, we need information — concrete, evidence-based observations about how people really end up loving what they do.

 

Bonus Information: Vimeo of Cal Newport on Steve Jobs: http://vimeo.com/48041227 .

 
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Critical Thinking: A Necessary Skill in the Age of Spin - Randy Kasten

Critical Thinking: A Necessary Skill in the Age of Spin - Randy Kasten | A New Generation | Scoop.it
G. Randy Kasten is an attorney and author of Just Trust Me: Finding the Truth in a World of Spin.

   The ability to think critically is one skill separating innovators from followers. Critical thinking reduces the power of advertisers, the unscrupulous and the pretentious, and can neutralize the sway of an unsupported argument. This is a skill most students enjoy learning because they see immediately that it gives them more control.              

   The first step in teaching critical thinking is to help students recognize how easily false ideas can creep into their belief system. For example:

1) People believe stories because they are the ones available;

2) Beliefs may justify past actions;

3) People may not recognize the significance of their own perceptions.

   Students don't need much convincing that two of the biggest enemies of the truth are people whose job it is to sell us incomplete versions of the available facts, and the simple absence of accurate information. They may need more convincing that a significant problem is their own willingness to believe what they want to believe.

 
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Bedrijfsleven zit niet te wachten op ingrepen onderwijs - NN

Bedrijfsleven zit niet te wachten op ingrepen onderwijs - NN | A New Generation | Scoop.it

   Uit onderzoek komt naar voren dat bedrijven bij pas afgestudeerden nevenactiviteiten tijdens de studie belangrijker vinden dan een hoge cijferlijst. Dergelijke activiteiten bestaan vaak uit een bestuursjaar bij een studie- of studentenvereniging.

   "Uit de interviews .. kwam duidelijk naar voren dat communicatieve vaardigheden, samenwerken en initiatief tonen als meest waardevol worden gezien," stelt Loek Zanders, lid van de onderzoekscommissie.

   Volgens de studentenorganisaties zetten de geplande veranderingen binnen het onderwijs, waaronder de invoering van de langstudeerboete, de mogelijkheid voor studenten om dergelijke activiteiten te verrichten onder druk.

 
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Typeles Online: blind leren typen met 10 vingers - Egbert Beuker

Typeles Online: blind leren typen met 10 vingers - Egbert Beuker | A New Generation | Scoop.it

Ook voor kinderen is deze gratis online typeles buitengewoon geschikt ...

 
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Zin in onderwijs - Luc Stevens [YouTube]

   In mei 2010 sprak prof. dr. Luc Stevens zijn oratie uit, getiteld Zin in onderwijs’. Hiermee aanvaardde hij een leerstoel bij het Ruud de Moor Centrum van de Open Universiteit, als hoogleraar ‘Professionaliseren van werkplekleren van docenten’. Dit is het videoverslag.

   Prof. Luc Stevens spreekt in zijn oratie ‘Zin in onderwijs’ over de leraar en zijn leerling als werkeenheid en wat van beiden wordt gevraagd om deze tot een succes te maken, in contrast met de algehele onderprestatie in onderwijsland. Dat succes is binnen handbereik bij een leraar die zichzelf begrijpt als zijn eigen en tevens meest effectieve instrument en zijn leerling begrijpt als actor, als iemand die verder wil en kan en die tevens zijn belangrijkste informatiebron is. Een succesvolle leraar is iemand die goed is in leerlingen en ook goed in zijn vak. Daar begint professionalisering: in de leraar-leerling interactie.

 

   In de visie van Stevens is de leraar niet iemand die leiding geeft, maar een persoon ‘die motiveert en ondersteunt’. Leren is, volgens Stevens, een activiteit van het kind. Zoals kinderen hun moedertaal leren, zo moeten ze, in zijn visie, ook breuken en andere talen leren. Hij pleit ook voor veel keuzevrijheid van de leerlingen. In zijn visie is dat de garantie dat kinderen graag en veel willen leren.

   De inhoudelijke achtergrond voor deze vorm van leren wordt gevormd door het zogenoemde sociale constructivisme. Het sociaal constructivisme is een leerpsychologie die er vanuit gaat dat het verwerven van kennis en vaardigheden niet zozeer het resultaat is van overdracht door een docent, maar van denkactiviteiten van leerlingen. Daarbij verwerpt men de gedachte dat kennis wordt overgedragen door een externe bron. Relevante kennis wordt door de leerling zelf gemaakt, geconstrueerd. Een gedachte die rechtstreeks afkomstig is van Rousseau. Hij verlegde het accent van de leerinhouden naar de leerling.

 

   Bonusinformatie: http://hetkind.org/2012/02/27/het-kind-als-antwoord-de-complete-lezing-van-luc-stevens-op-video/

 

   Bronnen: http://onderwijs-door-de-eeuwen-heen2.wikispaces.com/Luc+Stevens en http://hetkind.org/2012/01/23/oratie-luc-stevens-bij-ruud-de-moor-centrum-zin-in-onderwijs

 
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Adventures of Nerderella - Binaebi Akah @siriomi

Adventures of Nerderella - Binaebi Akah @siriomi | A New Generation | Scoop.it

   Just when you are in for a Big Smile: Zelda Nerderella is your average Midwestern undergrad. She loves to sleep, hang out with her friends, and get good grades. This is her journey through undergrad as a computer science engineering student at The Ohio State University, circa 2003 - 2008.

   Akah was the art editor and editor-in-chief of the Ohio State Engineer magazine, a publication written by students for students at the College of Engineering. This comic is fairly autobiographical and pokes fun at being a computer science student, whether male or female.

 
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De 7 Uitdagingen - Tijl Koenderink @TijlHippieNL

De 7 Uitdagingen - Tijl Koenderink @TijlHippieNL | A New Generation | Scoop.it

   Tijl Koenderink (*1981) heeft als ‘ervaringsdeskundige’ 3 middelbare scholen versleten voordat hij na 8 jaar ploeteren zijn gymnasiumdiploma haalde met een 2,7 voor wiskunde. Een hoog IQ, maar toch constant vastlopend met de vraag ‘Hoe moet je nu leren?’

   Na een reis door honderden boeken en na talloze gesprekken met leerkrachten, leerlingen, goeroes en coaches verspreid over drie continenten, kwam hij tot de conclusie: Er is een antwoord op die vraag!

   Wat dit antwoord is, kunt u nu lezen in dit vlotgeschreven en overzichtelijke handboek. Een absolute aanrader voor iedereen die werkt met getalenteerde kinderen.

   Op deze pagina vind je ook een twee uur durend radiointerview met Tijs.

 
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Studenten trekken massaal weg bij Hyves - Karlijn Fiesler @Klijntje

Studenten trekken massaal weg bij Hyves - Karlijn Fiesler @Klijntje | A New Generation | Scoop.it
De Nederlandse studenten en starters hebben het afgelopen jaar massaal Hyves aan de kant hebben geschoven. Gaf in 2011 nog 41% aan actief op Hyves te zitten, nu is dit percentage geslonken naar een schamele 10%.
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2012 Cisco Connected World Technology Report - Gen Y: New Dawn for work, play, identity

2012 Cisco Connected World Technology Report - Gen Y: New Dawn for work, play, identity | A New Generation | Scoop.it

The first chapter in the 2012 Cisco Connected World Technology Report builds on last year's report by examining how Gen Y creates increasing loads of data while impacting everything from on-line shopping to mobile devices to corporate culture and workforce expectations.

At the heart of this year's study is the smart-phone and the constant connectivity it provides to work, entertainment, shopping, and friends. There are 206 bones in the human body, and the smart-phone should be considered the 207th bone for Generation Y. They view smart-phones as an appendage to their beings — an indispensable part of their lives, and yet they are concerned about data management and Internet security.

Bonus - The Report: http://bit.ly/Rrd3tq .

 
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It would drive me crazy to have my phone beeping at me while I'm sleeping. How about you?

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Is the Millennial Workforce Linked In? [YouTube] - Brian Solis

Is the Millennial Workforce Linked In? [YouTube] - Brian Solis | A New Generation | Scoop.it

   Millennials aren’t only disrupting the consumer landscape, they’re changing the game for human resources. To say that the digital lifestyle of Gen Y is unique is an understatement. How they express themselves and what’s important to them is much different than the generations before them. As such, how employers need to manage and recruit this new generation of connected employees requires much more than a LinkedIn or traditional recruitment approach. Employers this time really need to adapt .. or die.

 

   Millennials are expressing themselves in a unique way, which is more like Facebook than that of a digital CRV or online resume.Did you know that the average age of a LinkedIn user is 43? It was just a matter of time until a new community arose to cater to Gen-Y. Facebook based  http://www.identified.com is a new network that connects younger professionals with the businesses that hope to hire them. On this episode of Revolution, Co-CEO Brendan Wallace shares insights into millennial behavior and how businesses can nurture a collaborative, rewarding and connected workforce.

 
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How Teens Do Research in the Digital World - Kristen Purcell c.s.

How Teens Do Research in the Digital World - Kristen Purcell c.s. | A New Generation | Scoop.it

   A survey of Advanced Placement and National Writing Project teachers finds that teens’ research habits are changing in the digital age. The teachers who instruct the most advanced American secondary school students render mixed verdicts about students’ research habits and the impact of technology on their studies.

 

    For today’s students, “research” equals “Googling.” As a result, some teachers report that for their students “doing research” has shifted from a relatively slow process of intellectual curiosity and discovery to a fast-paced, short-term exercise aimed at locating just enough information to complete an assignment.

 

   Nevertheless, some 77% of advanced placement (AP) and National Writing Project (NWP) teachers surveyed say that the internet and digital search tools have had a “mostly positive” impact on their students’ research work. But 87% say these technologies are creating an “easily distracted generation with short attention spans” and 64% say today’s digital technologies “do more to distract students than to help them academically.”

 

Full Report: http://bit.ly/Wb1kks .

 
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Generation Y Workers Need to Understand Performance on the Job Matters - Jane & Marcus Buckingham

Generation Y Workers Need to Understand Performance on the Job Matters - Jane & Marcus Buckingham | A New Generation | Scoop.it

   We’ve all heard about how millennials have been raised by “helicopter parents,” who hover over them and protect them from criticism and disappointment. The result is a “teacup” generation of young people who may appear outwardly perfect, but are easily shattered.

 

   For years, they have regularly been given pats on the back, often just for showing up. They made it to the end of the soccer season – fantastic, everyone gets a trophy! They took a test – how amazing!

 

   When they finally join the workforce, it’s no wonder members of Gen Y expect a promotion just for being on time to work for six weeks straight.

   If we want to (p)reframe this generations mindset, it’s necessary to first understand their perspective, especially in the following four ways:

1. Participation is enough;

2. Everything is customized;

3. Constant, immediate feedback is required;

4. Change must be embraced.

 
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So Good they Can't Ignore You - Cal Newport

   In his new book, 'So Good they Can't Ignore You', Cal Newport debunks the long-held belief that "follow your passion" is good advice. Not only is the cliché flawed -- preexisting passions are rare and have little to do with how most people end up loving their work -- but it can also be dangerous, leading to anxiety and chronic job hopping.
   After making his case against passion, Newport sets out on a quest to discover the reality of how people end up loving what they do. Passion comes after you put in the hard work to become excellent at something valuable, not before. In other words, what you do for a living is much less important than how you do it. This book will change the way we think about our careers, happiness, and the crafting of a remarkable life.

 

Bonus Information 1: Information Page on Amazon.com: http://www.amazon.com/Good-They-Cant-Ignore-You/dp/1455509124/ .

Bonus Information 2: Information Page on Bol.com: http://www.bol.com/nl/p/so-good-they-can-t-ignore-you-why-skills-trump-passion-in-the-quest-for-work-you-love/9200000002156419/ .

 
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How to Network? Hint: Early and Often! - @RichardBranson

How to Network? Hint: Early and Often! - @RichardBranson | A New Generation | Scoop.it

Masterclass from THE #1 Playfull Pioneer in which he answers 4 Unspoken Questions:

 

Q1. Where do you Network?

   To get started, attend industry events and meet key players; join regional business associations and start learning about local market conditions. Also remember that you can meet potential mentors at schools, clubs and business groups. Someday, when you get stuck or when something goes wrong, these contacts will be the people you’ll turn to for help.

 

Q2. Who do you want in your Network?

   Launching a startup is tough and scary, so it is important that as you build your network, you look for smart, supportive partners and employees who understand and share your goals for the business.

 

Q3. Why would you Clap Competing Hands to make one Beat?

   You’re also going to need a network of peers, so don’t be wary of making friends with your competition. When you see other people achieving similar goals, you will be reminded that your own plans and dreams are possible. And if you are feeling daunted by a task, there’s no better encouragement than learning that somebody else has already achieved something similar.

 

Q4. Why do you continue to grow your Network?

   Once you’re a successful business leader, it’s time to start championing undiscovered talent yourself. I get a real sense of pleasure from seeing talented people realize their ambitions and grow professionally and personally. As I’ve learned, in the process you can gain new insights and discover fresh approaches to doing business by simply discussing how things work. After all, continuing to network means continuing to grow.

 
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Future Work Skills 2020 - Marina Gorbis c.s. @MGorbis

Future Work Skills 2020 - Marina Gorbis c.s. @MGorbis | A New Generation | Scoop.it

   This report analyzes key drivers that will reshape the landscape of work and identifies key work skills needed in the next 10 years. It does NOT consider what will be the jobs of the future. It has been shown that such predictions are difficult and many of the past predictions have been proven wrong.

 

   Rather than focusing on future jobs, this report looks at future work skills required across different jobs and work settings.

   We chose to highlight six drivers - big, disruptive shifts that are likely to reshape the landscape for organizations and workers. Although each driver is in itself important when thinking about the future, it is the confluence of several drivers working together that produces true disruptions.

   We then identified 10 skills that we believe will be vital for success in the workforce.

 

Bonus Information 1: The Executive Summary: http://apolloresearchinstitute.com/sites/default/files/future_work_skills_2020_executive_summary_final_0.pdf .

 

Bonus Information 2: The Full Report: http://apolloresearchinstitute.com/sites/default/files/future_work_skills_2020_full_research_report_final_1.pdf .

 
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De meest populaire Apps onder Nederlandse beroepsbevolking - Geert-Jan Waasdorp

De meest populaire Apps onder Nederlandse beroepsbevolking - Geert-Jan Waasdorp | A New Generation | Scoop.it

   Apps en mobiele websites zijn niet meer weg te denken uit de manier waarop mensen informatie tot zich nemen. De top 5 bestaat uit Facebook, WhatsApp, Nu, Wordfeud en Twitter. Tussen mannen en vrouwen evenals tussen generaties zijn er opvallende verschillen in de populariteit van Apps.

 

   Bijna de helft van de vrouwen noemt Facebook (46%) als een van haar favoriete Apps, terwijl dit bij de mannen op 28% blijft steken. WhatsApp is bij mannen net iets populairder (29%). Apps als Wordfeud, Hyves, Appie en spelletjes zijn onder vrouwen duidelijk populairder. Bij mannen geldt dat meer voor Apps als AD, Teletekst, LinkedIn en Gmail.

   Tussen generaties zien we ook interessante verschillen. De groep jonger dan 25 gebruikt veel meer Apps gerelateerd aan social media zoals Facebook, Hyves, en Twitter. Ook Angry Birds en Draw Something doen het goed. Bij de groep tot 35 jaar zien we functionele en informatieve Apps relatief beter scoren ten opzicht van andere generaties. Denk aan Apps van de banken, Nu, Ns en 9292ov. Bij de groep tussen de 35 en 50 jaar zien we het functionele gebruik nog sterker terug en zien we minder gebruik van Apps als Facebook, WhatsApp en Twitter. Onder de groep 50 plus zijn naar verhouding Wordfeud, Buienradar, Weer en Google populairder.

   Hele tabel: http://www.intelligence-group.nl/media/files/Downloads/Top%2025%20Apps.pdf .

 

 
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CodeCademy

CodeCademy | A New Generation | Scoop.it

   A very attractive, easy, and interactive way to learn how to code. It's fun, and you can do it with your friends. Here you can learn to use the basic building blocks of Java, HTML, Python or combinations of them.

 

   Java is a programming language that makes web sites interactive. It can be used to make a wide range of web applications.  In this track you will get started programming with the basic concepts of Javascript like variables, functions, loops, and conditionals. These concepts are shared across programming languages, so you will be able to bring what you have learned to projects in any language.

 

   HTML is the underpinning of the entire internet. Every page out there is written in HTML. It tells the browser about the content in the page, and CSS tells the browser how to style it. In this track, you will learn the building blocks of HTML and CSS in order to create and style your first web page from scratch.

 

   Bonus Information | List of resources for Languages NOT taught at Codecademy:

http://www.codecademy.com/forum_questions/5012877063866100020121cd .

 
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Geef kinderen regie over eigen leerproces – Michiel Goudswaard

Geef kinderen regie over eigen leerproces – Michiel Goudswaard | A New Generation | Scoop.it

   We hebben in Nederland iedere splinter talent nodig, maar ons onderwijssysteem staat de ontwikkeling van talent in de weg, zegt Luc Stevens, directeur van het Nederlands Instituut voor Onderwijs en Opvoedingszaken (Nivoz).

   Leraren met het hart op de goede plaats moeten vechten tegen een systeem dat veel te veel is gericht op selectie en controle. We moeten de eigen verantwoordelijkheid van het kind centraal stellen. Scholen leren kinderen nu onvoldoende wat die eigen verantwoordelijkheid inhoudt, de hoge schooluitval en de zesjescultuur zijn daarvan de symptomen. Kinderen moeten hun eigen ontwikkeling realiseren, en zijn daar ook heel goed toe in staat.

   Maar dat vergt wel een andere opstelling van ouders en leraren. Zij moeten accepteren dat leren een proces is dat voor ieder kind anders verloopt. Het goede verloop van dit proces is vele malen belangrijker dan de prestatie. Niet alle kinderen kunnen dezelfde stof en hetzelfde tempo aan, maar dat 19de-eeuwse uitgangspunt wordt nog wel overal gehanteerd. Met als gevolg dat sommige kinderen zich vervelen, en andere buiten de boot vallen.

 

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Caine's Arcade - Nirvan Mullick

A 9 year old boy who built an elaborate cardboard arcade in his dad's used auto parts store is about to have the best day of his life. He just did what he thought to be most fun ..

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Call Me Maybe - 2012 USA Olympic Swimming Team

This awesome Lipdub is made by the USA Olympic Swimming Team. Original: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=YPIA7mpm1wU&nbsp

 
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