Τα Εξαρτημένα Παιδιά του 21ου Αιώνα – Η γενιά που δεν έμαθε ποτέ πώς να ζει

Στο νέο τεύχος του INMYbook, θα βρείτε άρθρο μου για την εξάρτηση της νέας γενιάς από την τεχνολογία και την απορρόφησή της σε μια ψευδή πραγματικότητα. Ανατρέξτε στη σελίδα 26 για να το διαβάσετε.

Students’ Corner – Taking a Gap Year

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Taking a Gap Year 

by George G.

Taking a gap year before moving on to important kinds of education, like university or college, has become a widely spread choice among the youth for various reasons, depending on the individual’s point of view, whether they want to explore the world by travelling or take advantage of their time and gain work experience.

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Lifelong Learning – The Ongoing Pursuit of Knowledge

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All too often, we hear of people who pursue post graduate studies, while others attend seminars or conduct research in order to improve their knowledge, with the sole purpose of achieving a pay raise or promotion at work. Although these incentives are highly respectable and mandatory in today’s competitive job market, we must delve into the deeper meaning of Lifelong Learning (LLL) and its actual benefits for both individuals and society.

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International Women’s Day

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Women’s demonstration for bread and peace – March the 8th, 1917, Petrograd, Russia

Every Year on March 8th, we celebrate International Women’s Day (IWD). Most people don’t know the history behind this significant celebration, nor the meaning it continues to have in this day and age. IWD commemorates the movement for women’s rights and the struggles they have been through to achieve equality in today’s modern society.

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Ready Player One – A Love Letter to Children of the 80s

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One of the most fondest memories I have of my childhood, is waking up on Saturday mornings, sprinting to the TV and with a bowl of cereal in my lap, watched cartoons. There was something magical about this decade that captivated not only myself, but everyone who grew up during that period of time. It was the 80s; a time when DeLoreans became synonymous to adventure and home gaming literally boomed in every household.

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Foreign Languages: Knowledge vs Certification

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Many a time, my students are overwhelmed by their anxiety as exam period looms over the horizon. Exams and certification – especially in Greece, have come to be interpreted as a matter of life or death, adding to young learners’ frustration.

What many scholars and parents neglect to comprehend is, what the true purpose of accumulating knowledge is. Are our children studying to learn, or are they meticulously trying to ‘master’ an evaluation test?

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A Heavy Load: Teens and Homework Stress

Teens on average have more than 3 hours of homework a night. That doesn’t leave a lot of time for after-school fun or even sleep. Now experts are questioning whether the amount of homework is leading to harmful levels of stress in teens.

“The Adventures of Ben and Friday” Ένα μακρινό ταξίδι που ολοκληρώνεται με το τελευταίο τόμο της τριλογίας.

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Είχα την τιμή να μιλήσω για την παιδική μου Τριλογία Βιβλίων στο περιοδικό INMYbook. Ο τελευταίος τόμος θα εκδοθεί τον Μάρτιο και θα είναι διαθέσιμος όπως πάντα στο Amazon, iTunes και άλλα, απο την Akakia Publications. Ένα μεγάλο ευχαριστώ σε όλη την ομάδα που με στήριξε.

(θα βρέιτε το αφιέρωμα στη σελίδα 34)

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