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Multiple Intelligences

  Howard Gardner took intelligence out of the classroom and the IQ tests.  He argues that the IQ tests mostly assess a person’s logical-mathematical intelligence, whereas the person may be exquisitely intelligent in many other dimensions such as sports, dance, … Continue reading

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The Boss

  I never liked the idea of the boss. Why can’t we be all equal? Why can’t we all just do our own jobs and let others do theirs?  Why a caste system in job? Most of the time I … Continue reading

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Administration: a skill rather than power

  “The marks you score in exams matter very little.  The fifty percent-walle will rule over the ninety percent-walle.  What matters is attitude.”  I was not surprised to hear these words from an educator-administrator.  Nor did it surprise me that … Continue reading

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