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Education
1.Educators in the field are under increasing
pressure by society to perform the impossible on a
dai...
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1. The big winner is primary education where teachers
are expected to teach multiple classes in one class
and ...
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daylight instead of knocking on the door to escape
the boredom. Check out YouTube for inspiration.
There is mo...
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was that critical position left out to save a few
dollars?
8.Parents and children can learn together sharing o...
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end entrepreneurs… without having to waste time
attending conferences, then printing and filing bits of
paper ...
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14. University students always supply their own gear
without a thought. Should small children miss out
altoget...
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  1. 1. Page 1 of 7 Education 1.Educators in the field are under increasing pressure by society to perform the impossible on a daily basis. 2. To do the best possible job, most would be prepared to pay a small fee to access a copy of the best aids to enable more face to face time. Whiz kids are sponges who soak up everything as fast as it can be put in front of them.Excitement will fire up the balance. 3.We cannot always rely on public funding policy or donations, but we can help ourselves to demonstrate modern alternatives. Rubbish costs $0, but nothing that’s very great is free. If children do not receive the best education possible well before the age of 12, they become the next revolving generation of dropouts and criminals with a never-ending drain on public funds.
  2. 2. Page 2 of 7 1. The big winner is primary education where teachers are expected to teach multiple classes in one class and prepare individual lessons for each. 2.Really great teachers are promoted out of the class rather than spending time preparing lessons to sell on the open market to other teachers, locally, then globally. 3.Use holiday and adventure home videos borrowed from family and friends. Hang glide on Monday, scuba dive on Tuesday and visit a farm on Wednesday, a toy shop; a wildlife safari; tracking gorillas in the jungle; polar bears in the Arctic and driving radio controlled toy racing cars around the school yard. 4.Use a different theme each week for all subjects and watch the kids knock on the doors to enter at
  3. 3. Page 3 of 7 daylight instead of knocking on the door to escape the boredom. Check out YouTube for inspiration. There is more educational material in video sharing and streaming sites than in any educational site. Why? be 5.All that’s required is a computer, a broadband connection, a USB and used smart TVs instead of one whiteboard if used smartphones and tablets are not affordable. 6.What teacher would not pay a small amount to have and expert prepare their lesson programs for the entire year and have lessons available in on demand? Sit back and relax! 7.Make a selection from an international library. Plug in parents for a paperless report card so they see the issues and progress being made. Perhaps they will see that lessons and video games are entirely different. Would a parent consider buying a computer when nobody has considered selling the benefits to parents, first? Who is the marketer or
  4. 4. Page 4 of 7 was that critical position left out to save a few dollars? 8.Parents and children can learn together sharing one computer if money is the issue. 9. If the number was in the multi-millions, the price will come down and the rewards increase for the experts. Great for all genders considering leaving the profession. There is more profit in selling more for less. Ask supermarket owners. 10. Everyone is great in some field. Any skills can be bought and sold on the local and international markets. E.g. Pilots, farmers, salespeople, cooks, personal trainers, fishermen, scuba divers, scientists, lecturers, religious leaders, nurserymen and high-
  5. 5. Page 5 of 7 end entrepreneurs… without having to waste time attending conferences, then printing and filing bits of paper handed out. Who wants that boring job? 11. Most is already in existence in one form or another. Who are the mostimportant people and who forgot them entirely? You, you or you? 12. Click and pay is a simpler way which benefits everyone. 13. Who pays for computers? If computers can save you heaps of money, parents will buy one only if educators sell the benefits. Parents loan equipment to their children and make sure it’s not damagedas they bought them. Refurbished costs less.
  6. 6. Page 6 of 7 14. University students always supply their own gear without a thought. Should small children miss out altogether or not? 15. Bulk buy new or refurbished in bulk using Sociobizz. Orders in the millions will have suppliers jumping for joy. Watch the price per tablet, drop! 16. Hundreds of free computers lying idle are a magnet for thieves. Who pays? Not governments but YOU. Free is a myth. 17. How this is done is my secret, until the day of launch.
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