What I Don’t Tell My Students About ‘The Husband Stitch’
“He is not a bad man, and that, I realize suddenly, is the root of my hurt,” the narrator says. “He is not a bad man at all. To describe him as evil or wicked or corrupted would be a deep disservice to him. And yet — ”
Machado is teaching us that truth and logic only occasionally overlap. When you start poking at the idea of an absolute truth, a truth unfiltered through someone’s perception, it can fall apart entirely.
Učili nás, aby sme sa za chyby hanbili, chyba je pritom výzvou, vraví učiteľka
Enough Leaning In. Let’s Tell Men to Lean Out (h/t Zuzine za linku)
If Sapiens were a blog post (kniha zostrihaná na dlhý post)
Biologists the world over are locked in battle with the intelligent-design movement, which opposes the teaching of Darwinian evolution in schools and claims that biological complexity proves there must be a creator who thought out all biological details in advance. The biologists are right about the past, but the proponents of intelligent design might, ironically, be right about the future.
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Measuring actual learning vs feeling of learning in response to being actively engaged in the classroom
Three Big Things: The Most Important Forces Shaping the World
The three big ones that stick out are demographics, inequality, and access to information.
Each of these Big Things will have a profound impact on the coming decades because they’re both transformational and ubiquitous. They impact nearly everyone, albeit in different ways. With that comes the reality that we don’t know exactly how their influence will unfold. No one in 1945 knew exactly how World War II would go on to shape the world, only that it would in extreme ways. But we can guess some of the likeliest changes.