Conflicts in Gaza, Ukraine, Syria, Iraq, etc…many civilian (including kids) are being deprived of their rights and lives. And I share this feeling with the majority of the people in the world: “Please stop it!” This was further strengthened by reading a book about the right of education “I Am Malala: The Girl Who Stood Up […]
News! There is another controversial movement in Pakistan happened a few days ago: Pakistani police and government officials closed the Islamabad offices of the international NGO (Non Governmental Organization), Save the Children. Although I have never been there, I kept my eyes open to this country, since I have written several times about its move […]
Most of those who can read this have had some kind of education (schools and teachers). But I guess what most people did not have was the following: A teacher with a firearm in a classroom.
I can’t help……writing about this news: Nobel peace prize 2014 was awarded to Malala from Pakistan! And what’s more interesting is that she is sharing this with Indian child’s right activist, Kailash Satyarthi.
If you believe in something and if you really do, what it’s called matters. In other words, if the name of it is wrongly used, you can’t overlook it either. As I said on my last blog entry (Shift from “what to memorize” to “how to memorize”), the power of linking image with helps us […]
Why? First of all, please spare for about 6 min to watch this video.
What was I trying to say 30 seconds ago?? Yes, everyone forgets. So what we do is to use one of the greatest innovations of human beings— “Note taking” The questions I would like to address today is “What is note taking? When comparing the traditional (hand writing) and modern (typing) way, which one is better […]