Soccer – Where ‘Coaching’ Reflects Our Parenting

My 7 year-old son has been playing soccer for three seasons now. The first year he was brilliant, and probably the top goal scorer of all the teams. Last season his enthusiasm was OK, but his goal scoring dropped. This season he was lucky to score a goal at all. He has now decided to drop soccer. He is not the only one in his team to opt out. He is very conscientious normally, and has been practicing other disciplines for a few years. At the end of a really bad season the coach was none the wiser, other than
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21st Century School Environment Macro Challenge

Technology is developing quickly, and new methods are being used to automate, simplify and devise platforms for learning and excellence. Our education system is under pressure to change the ‘how’ we teach and learn, but is this enough? Online courses, Ipods, Androids and their wonderful APPs can give us some educational advantage, but this is superficial, has had little effect to date, and is certainly not sustainable. If not technology, what is a fundamental driver that can propel us back to the top of world education standards? Our prime strategic planning guide for education is based on the MEganize ‘3×3’
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Best MEganize APP’s For An Ultimate Integrated Learning Process

One of our core drivers in performance is productivity. Where many of the on-line ‘APPS’ can actually be an additional distraction, there are some that can enhance our focus, and reduce time-wasting by letting us get more organized more easily. An important part of the ‘MEganize learning process’ is that ‘less is more’. Use only a few organizational APPS to start with. The chances are these will be all they need. Integrate their flow as part of the Integrated Learning Process. Work them and get depth out of them. I have recently decided to allow my children the use of
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