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Education), high complexity of financial products and potentially very dangerous consequences in case of any mistakes made by financial consumers (…), the participants were unanimous in assessing the need for financial education classes in the school system, and determine the curriculum of the subject. “Adults Canadians would like their children to be educated in the schools rules household budget planning, the use of loan institutions and credit, saving, use of payment cards. First of all, it is to be a practical approach – explaining the foundations of personal finance on the example of mobile telephone expenses, savings or deposition method using a folding percent. It has not been decided yet whether the curriculum will be a new object or a financial topics will be included in the curricula of other school subjects. Will be implemented before the national financial education program, from September 2011. Finance lessons will be compulsory in the schools of Ontario. Classes are scheduled for students 4-12 vintages. The need for financial education is also confirmed by studies conducted by the Canadian Institute of Chartered Accountants. As many as 85% of survey respondents felt that the ending of school youth is ill prepared for financial independence and financial education should be part of the curriculum in the education system. The issue of financial education has become public after the financial crisis one of the major issues considered by the governments of many countries, eg. The United States, Germany, Great Britain. Unfortunately in Poland. The Polish government does not see the need to deal with the financial education of society, starting with the assumption that everyone can handle himself if it enters into financial trouble. And in addition – as with pension funds – public shows which method to choose, to get out of financial difficulty – the easiest way to take another, instead of dealing with important reforms limiting public debt and enlarging domestic savings. (Source: CanadianBusiness.com, The Toronto Sun) (Note about the author: Marcin Polak is the creator and editor of Edunews.pl, is engaged in https://studybays.me/ education and social communication, implementing social projects and commercial nationwide and international) / ** / jQuery (document) .ready (function ($) {jac_init ();}); var JACommentConfig = {jac_base_url: ‘/ component / jacomment /’ SITEURL: ‘/ component / jacomment /? tmpl = component & view = comments’, minLengthComment:’ 10 ‘, errorMinLength:’ Your comment is too short. ‘, maxLengthComment’ 5000 ‘, errorMaxLength:’ Your comment is too long. ‘isEnableAutoexpanding:’ 1 ‘, dateASC’ recent comments at the top ‘, dateDESC’ Latest comment in bottom ‘, votedASC:’ Most voted on top ‘, votedDESC’ Most voted in bottom ‘, strLogin:’ Login ‘, isEnableBBCode:’ 1 ‘, isEnableCharacterCounter:’ 0 ‘, isEnableLocationDetection:’ 0 ‘, commentFormPosition:’ 1 ‘, hdCurrentComment: 0, contentoption’ com_content ‘ContentID’ 1400 ‘, commenttype’ 1 ‘jacomentUrl’ https://www.edunews.pl/edukacja-na-co-dzien/edukacja-konsumencka/1400-kanadyjczycy-chca-edukacji-finansowej-w-szkolach ‘, contenttitle ‘Canadians want financial education in schools’, hidInputCom ment: ‘You must input comment.’, hidInputWordInComment: ‘The words are too long you should add more spaces between them’, hidEndEditText: ‘Please exit spell check before Submitting comment’, hidInputName: ‘You must input name’, hidInputEmail: ‘You must input email’, hidValidEmail: ‘Your email is invalid’, hidAgreeToAbide: ‘You must agree that abide by the website rules’ hidInputCaptcha: ‘You must input the captcha’, textQuoting ‘Quoting’ textQuote ‘Quote’ , textPosting ‘Posting’ textReply ‘Reply comment’, textCheckSpelling ‘No writing errors’, mesExpandForm ‘(+) Click to Expand’ mesCollapseForm ‘(-) Click to Collapse’ theme ‘default’, txtCopiedDecode ‘Copied DCode’}; / ** / / ** / / ** // ** / / ** / / ** / / ** / / ** / function open_youtube (id) {jacCreatForm ( ‘open_youtube’, id, 400,200,0, 0, ‘Embed a YouTube video’, 0, ‘Embed video’); } / ** / / ** / window.addEvent ( “load” function () {var url = window.location.hash; c_url = url.split ( ‘#’); d = 0; tmp = 0; if (c_url.length> = 1) {for (i = 1; i -1) {tmp = c_url [i]. split ( ‘:’) [1]; if (tmp! = “”) {id = parseInt (tmp, 10);}}}} url = “? tmpl = component & option = com_jacomment & view = comments & contentoption = com_content & ContentID = 1400 & wound = 1623853819″ ; if (d! = 0) {url + = “& currentCommentID =” + id;} var req = new Request ({method: ‘get’, uRL url onComplete: function (text) {$ jacJQuery = jQuery; $ jacJQuery ( ‘# Jac-wrapper’). html ($ jacJQuery ( ‘# Jac-wrapper’). html () + text); moveBackground (id ‘https://edunews.pl/’); jac_auto_expand_textarea (); jacJQuery $ ( ‘# jac-wrapper-.conversation avatar’). tooltip (); jacJQuery $ ( ‘# jac-wrapper and #jacTab: last’). it ( ‘shown’ function (e) {displayVotedComments ( ‘com_content’, ’1400′); }); }}.) Send (); }); / ** / Difficult, stressful and responsible – a sentence of a teacher is the major part of the respondents in the latest survey by CBOS. The respondents are the less agree that the question of whether the teaching profession enjoys great popular respect. The premise of the study was to investigate the respondents’ opinion on issues concerning the conditions of employment of teachers, quality of their work and the public perception of the profession. The survey shows high concordance in the assessment that the teachers they practice difficult, stressful and very responsible, but enjoying respect. They are appreciated for raising qualifications and work with a sense of mission. Other reviewers are already more divergent. Assessment of conditions of employment – the length of leave, working time hour, amount of wages – are quite varied. Half of the respondents (49%) think that teachers in Poland have for long holidays, as many (49%) say that they worked an too few hours per week, while the opposite view is respectively 31% and 24% of respondents. Only those respondents who are or were teachers, most believe that holidays in this profession are not too long and the operating time of the week is not too short. Reviews earnings teachers are strongly divided. Slightly, but the prevailing belief that their salary is not too low (34% vs. 30%). Among the respondents they were current or most teachers believe that wages in this profession are too low, while the parents of children attending the school are of the opposite opinion. Opinions about the work of the teachers are almost consistent in matters that it is a stressful job (86%), very responsible (83%) and difficult (74%). Teachers are seen as a group caring for the development and satisfying in their work, most of the surveyed approvingly refers to the profession. Two-thirds of respondents (68%) believe that teachers are highly qualified and willing to raise them, and more than half (55%) that perform the work, which gives them a lot of satisfaction. More than two-fifths of respondents (43%) believe that teachers have a sense of mission, and twice smaller group (21%) disagree with this opinion. Answers about the social image of the profession, however, are strongly divided. When asked if the teaching profession is highly respected, more than one third of respondents (36%) say that so and the same number (36%) – did not. Current or former teachers, as well as those designed teachers in the immediate family, relatively more often than others is a question that teachers enjoy a high social esteem – only 22% of teachers surveyed agreed with this opinion. Interestingly, the question of verifying the actual respectability of this profession, the majority of respondents – more than half (54%) answered that they do not wish to see any of their children was a teacher, and one-third (34%) refers to the idea approvingly. Thus, half of the respondents do not appreciate this profession enough to want to see their children perform it in the future, according to the old adage “do without other people’s children taught.” Then they surveyed teachers are to be highly divided – 46% would and 48% did not. The study shows a kind of schizophrenia in our thinking about this profession – we believe that teachers work too little and do not earn the worst, have the ability to develop and execute a great mission, but wybilibyśmy head our children to have chosen this career path. So it seems that the teacher should be more admired profession (sympathetically) than prestige, enjoying a Sincerely, but not so large to map social occupied its rightful place, appropriate to the responsibility which he owes. Is not So, we like to complain about our children and students to point out the two-month leave, but we are really grateful for what they do …? The study “Current problems and events” (270) was carried out on 8-17 November 2012 on numbering 952 persons representative random sample of adult Polish citizens. (Source: CBOS – a research report (PDF), ed. 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Send (); }); / ** / The aim of the article is to present an alternative approach to supporting young talents in school. It involves the departure of reformist thinking in terms of creating new programs, institutions or expert teams and focus on more effective management of resources, pupils, teachers, educational best practices. Page 1 of 2Kluczowym element of these resources is the entrepreneurial spirit that awakens properly and consciously appreciated by the education system will be a natural self-defense tool talent from the threats of transformation and focused on top-down imposed standards of school, peer pressure and dorosłych.Młodym talent will determine the Landau (2003) a person with a very above-average flexibility and speed of cognitive learning, a strong internal motivation to acquire and create new knowledge through its own creativity and defy the socially imposed standards or schemes to solve the problem in an innovative way, using new knowledge or technologie.Z global perspective so understood young talents are the only guarantee further development of humanity. The biggest task of education is to increase the number of operators to amend (change-makers), because the current is too low percentage of talents (one in 10 million) are able to recognize the risks, challenges and opportunities their solutions do not provide us security in a globalized reality. Ashoka founder of the worldwide movement to support young social entrepreneurs – Bill Dayton (2006) shifts the focus from the need to solve global problems such as the financial crisis, energy and climate on a global solution for rescue endangered youth talents. Their lack of Drayton (2006) metaphorically describes as a deficiency of white blood cells, which could stop global social organism in areas of congestion and joy explorers unlock energy to heal the whole system, moving it to a higher level of productivity and the use of dwindling resources. As part of its vision of a world in which everyone is a subject of social change, Drayton calls interrupt infantile talented young people and greater confidence in their natural predisposition: cognitive curiosity, creativity, initiative and the need for experience sprawstwa.Na rankings to international students PISA assessment program carried out in countries the OECD in 2006 as the Poles can be particularly concerned about the low percentage of young talents, amounting to less than 1% of the respondents may be only within the limits of statistical error. While in countries opening the ranking list, czyliw Finland, Canada and China (Hong Kong) very flexible cognitively and creatively applying knowledge piętnastolatki represent 4% of the population, in Poland, this age group is characterized by a complete lack of ability to recognize scientific phenomena, hypotheses, the taking of evidence, going beyond the schematic operation and trained, determining strategies and evaluation of the situation (Czetwertyńska, 2008). Also confirmed the need for change, unfortunately, poor test scores secondary schools, especially in mathematics at the end of the school year 2007 / 08.Czego therefore missing our system of education and what it would be worth borrow from leading PISA results in Finland to increase the percentage of talented Poles revolutionize universities, business and economics social? a waste of time would be any attempt to direct transfer to our model of the Finnish economy in more than 90% of small business and the opening of the public to a variety of cultures, a positive attitude to learning at any age, educational equality and consistency of the education system, based inter alia on high high qualified and motivated teachers uposażeniami.

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Brent Thompson is expert in destination design: the master planning and architectural design of public places, including retail, resort, entertainment and town center destinations. Thompson has over twenty-five years of experience in architecture, concept design, master planning and urban design for a wide range of domestic and international clients, including every major entertainment company, with a rich portfolio of projects in the Middle East, Asia, Europe and North America. Thompson’s history is unique among architects. He was educated traditionally as an architect and planner, a course he followed in his first ten years of practice. He further had opportunity to live and work in Prague, where he was a founding partner of Architects’ Atelier Praha and refined his theoretical approach to architectural design. Upon his return to the United States two years later, he began a five year parenthesis, designing entertainment venues for most of Hollywood’s major studios. Entertainers are students of human psychology, and expert at the idioms of story telling and metaphors. Hollywood is extremely pragmatic in its approach, and places great emphasis on the “guest experience,” and Thompson emerged from that time a unique designer. Though now running a more traditional architecture and planning practice, he has learned to combine design theory with entertainment based pragmatism. His projects are media rich, multi-layered, metaphorical, expressive and culturally relevant. Perhaps more important, they work. He has throughout his varied career been involved in the pragmatic study of the way people use spaces, and the knowledge gained is the basis for each of his designs. He has further learned how to hear the vision of clients and to translate their vision into reality. Specialties Expert in retail, town center, resort, mixed-use, urban design and public space master planning and architectural design

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