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Dienstag, 8. Dezember 2015
School of life makes wise Yes, indeed, education can have a constructive influence on the youngster. But it's not that easy! Brains belong to individuals with their special speed of working and ripening. So differ 'lark-learning-types' from 'owl-learning-types', extraverted learners differ from introverted et cetera. And quite often the long schooling periods prevent the young from getting mature, because schools don't deliver the hard knocks insensitive persons need urgently. Role changing games are not new, and of course they are good training. When that bright girl talks about her grandparents, she seems not to be aware, that reduced schooling is a good thing to learn life. Would have Shakespeare become Shakespeare hanging out in schools and universities? /// Sarah-Jayne Blakemore: Die geheimnisvolle Funktionsweise des jugendliche...