Pisa Debacle again and again, but no end in sight!
By the way: Would you become a teacher these days yourself?
And why exactly?
Better, though, why not?
Was uns der PISA-Schock 2.0 lehrt: Die seit Jahren für die Misere genannten Gründe bleiben so falsch wie eh und je. Schulen sind vor allem dann gut, wenn sie guten Unterricht anbieten. Die Lehrer spielen eine Schlüsselrolle.
Viel Geld wird jedes Jahr neu verschwendet, um diesen Gedanken neu formulieren zu können!
Can education succeed? Under certain circumstances yes, but often not!
Teaching is always an offer, and since Socrates a dialogue.
Never a monologue, as I learnt to differentiate when in a very good High School in the middle of Schleswig – Holstein, beteeen the horizons Baltic Sea right, North Sea left!
A teacher becomes a schoolmaster in the course of his life, pupils always remain pupils. Some later become teachers if their teachers were masters. Role models. More on my WordPress blog: Education And Life Skills. From Australia with my best wishes Peter H Bloecker.
Latest updates on reading what / Audiobooks included:
Paul Auster Timbuktu.
The Brooklyn Follies.
Milan Kundera The Unbearable Lightness of Being.
The Remains Of The Day, better to read the novel first.
Author has Japanese Background and lives in Britain: Nobel Prize Laureate like Bob Dylan.
And a Must See Film by all means:
Nomadland – A US Roadmovie, as good as Peter Fonda on his Harley …
Just unbeatable, indeed!
From the Gold Cost off into the Bavarian Winter with our best Christmas wishing …
Peter and Maria Ines
The German – Brasil Connection at Casa Da Vovo, Burleigh.
More about the Author / Blogger:
Nomen Est Omen.
The name is the message.
Peter is The Teacher.
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Albert Einstein on Education and more …
Albert Einstein was born in Ulm, Germany, in 1879. At the time, the Einstein family owned an electrical firm that manufactured dynamos and electrical meters. His father wanted Albert to pursue a career in electrical engineering, but young Albert had a rebellious side and never much enjoyed formal learning.
He preferred to teach himself, whether it was science or philosophy or music — and that worked out fine for Einstein, who went on to become one of the greatest physicists of all time.
TEACH HIMSELF, in fact he hated school and found the monologues of his teachers very boring …
Bear in mind that the wonderful things you learn in your schools are the work of many generations. All this is put in your hands as your inheritance in order that you may receive it, honor it, add to it, and one day faithfully hand it on to your children.
More about talented kids here soon to come.
One of them was Elon Musk.
The Remarkable Mind Of Albert Einstein: