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Uyboco: How schools promote bullying (Part 3)
ADULTS often underestimate the value of play. They look at it as merely recreation, a break from the serious stuff, a way to de-stress from work. Take a look at how school is structured and you will see that very ...
From 5 days ago
Uyboco: How schools promote bullying (Part 2)
BEFORE schools came along, there was no age segregation. Children were a natural part of the community. They would easily and freely interact with whoever -- older kids, younger kids, and even adults. There was no formal distinction made between ...
From 12 days ago
Uyboco: How schools promote bullying (Part 1)
WHAT I am about to say will be quite controversial so I would like to declare up front what I am not saying. I am not saying that teachers, school officials or administrators, school owners or school boards themselves actively ...
From 19 days ago
Uyboco: Diplomas are Meaningless (Part 3)
SO ARE diplomas really meaningless?There was an interesting discussion among my businessmen and executive-level friends about their hiring practices, whether or not they actually looked at the diplomas and transcripts of their applicants. Some said they shunned graduates of big ...
From 26 days ago
Uyboco: Diplomas are meaningless (Part 2)
“FIX it,” I told the job applicant, then started my timer.I was interviewing applicants for a computer technician position. Before I asked them about their background and the usual interview questions, I put them in front of a computer unit ...
From 33 days ago
Uyboco: Diplomas are meaningless
MANY parents dream of having their children finish college. They endure hours of preparation and waiting for that brief few seconds when their child goes onstage and receives their diploma, and takes a bow.That precious diploma -- in many families ...
From 40 days ago
Uyboco: Barking dogs
THE beauty of the internet and social media is its ability to bridge the gap between physical and social distance and allow you to connect with your friends and even random people anywhere. It is possible to have real-time conversations ...
From 47 days ago
Uyboco: To homework or not to homework
THAT is the question. Or is it?Two bills have been filed in congress seeking to ban homework as a requirement for schools. One seeks to ban homework in general and the other only seeks to ban it during the weekends. ...
From 54 days ago
Uyboco: What I learned from video games
I SAW an internet meme that said, “You see children cooking. I see reading, measuring, math, following directions, collaboration, listening skills, problem solving.” Indeed, a lot of people still believe that learning only occurs when “subjects” are taken separately, dissected ...
From 61 days ago
Uyboco: How teaching hampers learning (Part 4)
“WHAT is the use of this?” is probably the most asked question in school, whether spoken or unspoken. And it is the question most often ignored by teachers, giving such formulaic and even smart alecky answers as “you’ll find this ...
From 68 days ago