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シンガポールの教育 Finland ひきこもりの訪問診療 コンビニ トロント地元バスの運転手

 Paul Gustav Fischer 

ひきこもり新聞

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 フランス ひきこもりの訪問診療

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朝日新聞

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上位には地方周辺県が多い。雇用がないためだろうか。家が広い、親が勤勉志向で貯蓄があるなど、子をパラサイトさせる条件もあるのではないかと考えられる。

「50にもなって仕事もせず、親のすねをかじりながら実家に居座り続けるなんて」と、いぶかしく思う人もいるかもしれない。親が高齢になれば、今のぬるま湯はやがては水風呂、いや氷風呂になる。社会学者の山田昌弘・中央大教授は、著書『パラサイト・シングルの時代』(1999年)で事態を憂いて親同居税の導入を提言している。

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シンガポールの教育

 

11 tips to help your child learn better and enjoy the process
Does the Finnish education system have it right? Part 1

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No standardised testing
Perhaps Finland’s education system offers a better way of achieving superior academic results? They don’t believe in standardized testing with the exception of their National Matriculation Exam (very roughly like our “O” Levels). Teachers are trained to assess students with their own tests. Report cards are based on individualised grading. No T-score or bell curve. How could such a system ever work? But work it does.

They don’t compete
The Finns have a fundamental difference in attitude to Asians. They don’t compare or compete. Samuli Paronen, a Finnish writer says: “Real winners do not compete.” How does one gauge excellence without competition? By believing in individual excellence and by only ever competing against yourself. An alien concept in many Asian societies.

Finnish education
How do Finnish teachers’ teaching methods differ from Singapore’s?

Trust in teachers
Finnish children learn at the pace that they learn and their teachers are trusted to adapt. Teachers are highly trained (a Masters degree is required and teacher training is rigorous), class sizes are small and the teaching profession is well-respected. The Finnish education method is to train teachers and to trust them to teach. And look where they are today. It’s still no education Utopia though as Finnish parents are not universally pleased with their system. But as a method of approaching education through empowering teachers, it has a lot to offer.

Equal schools
Finnish education begins with the goal of giving every child the same opportunities to learn, irrespective of their background, wealth or location. Instead of trying to produce stars, they use education as the great social equalizer. It’s an enlightened approach. Are we ready for this here in Singapore?

Are we ready to give up the chase for the best school, best score, best student, best university — all in favour of not leaving anyone behind? The US has some of the best schools in the world, if you can afford it. And because one has to pay for the best schools, a staggeringly large number of American children are left behind in their education system. Education has become a great divider, not an equalizer there. The question for us in Singapore is: Do we prepare every Singaporean child for the new economy or only those who can afford the extra tuition?

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【コラム】出生率世界「最下位」シンガポールの移民政策…韓国が学ぶべき点は?
2018年12月28日15時40分 [ⓒ 中央日報/中央日報日本語版]

https://japanese.joins.com/article/j_article.php?aid=248607&servcode=100&setcode=120

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シンガポールは2017年基準で合計特殊出生率が0.83人

・移民とは、国籍取得だけではなく、留学生や外国人労働者などを包括する概念だ。シンガポールは世界でも最も積極的に移民者を受け入れている国だ。総人口の約30%で断然圧倒的だ。 

・フィリピンの家政婦が代表的だ。彼女らには最低賃金制を適用しないなど別途の外国人材賃金体系を維持し、家庭で安く家政婦を使用できるようにした。

・1999年には電子・バイオのような先端分野の人材を積極的に誘致した。単純労働力から高級人材へと方向性を転換した。シンガポールは今でも2030年までに人口130万人を増やすという目標の下、毎年5万人近くの移民者を受け入れている。 

・開放的移民政策を展開せずに先進国隊列に進入した国は日本しかない。そのような日本でさえ、今は移民を積極的に奨励する側にかじを切っている。今の流れのままいくなら、韓国は2036年に経済成長率が0%に落ちて(韓国銀行予想)、人口消滅国第1号(英国オックスフォード大学/デービッド・コールマン教授予想)という不名誉に甘んじなければいけなくなるかもしれない。・・・

 

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コンビニ

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米スタンフォード大卒業式(2005年6月)にてジョブズ氏のスピーチ|Sangmin Ahn|note

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Small Wonders: Gothic Boxwood Miniatures
01:26 / Posted on December 15th, 2016
In the video, Pete Dandridge, conservator and administrator in the Department of Objects Conservation, reveals the wizardry behind the creation of a miniature boxwood prayer bead. Through his collaboration with Lisa Ellis—conservator of sculpture and decorative arts at the Art Gallery of Ontario—the techniques of the 16th-century carvers are fully understood for the first time.

Produced in conjunction with the exhibition Small Wonders: Gothic Boxwood Miniatures, on view at The Met Cloisters from February 22 through May 21, 2017.

Featured Object:
Prayer bead with the Adoration of the Magi and the Crucifixion, early 16th century. Netherlandish. Boxwood, Open: 4 1/2 x 3 1/4 x 1 1/8 in. (11.2 × 8.1 × 2.7 cm); Closed: 2 3/8 x 2 1/4 x 2 1/4 in. (5.8 x 5.5 x 5.6 cm). The Metropolitan Museum of Art, New York, Gift of J. Pierpont Morgan, 1917 (17.190.475)

 

 

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