Coisas estranhas acontecem todos os dias e não importa onde; nas ruas, no trabalho ou nos sonhos. Acontecem essencialmente na vida. Aprendemos a desconfiar de tudo e de todos. Sim, A-P-R-E-N-D-E-M-O-S! Ninguém nasce desconfiando de tudo. Porém, com o passar do tempo e com as experiências vividas por nós como indivíduos que somos, aprendemos a desconfiar. Desconfiamos do preço do produto muito abaixo da média, das boas intenções de quem quer que seja e, acima de tudo, desconfiamos das promessas políticas. Ah, os políticos! Assim, como não existem pessoas que trabalhem de graça ou pelo simples prazer … Continue reading Desconfiança
According to UNESCO, Inclusive Education is based on the right of all learners to a quality education that meets basic learning needs and enriches lives. Focusing particularly on vulnerable and marginalised groups, it seeks to develop the full potential of every individual. The ultimate goal of inclusive quality education is to end all forms of discrimination and foster social cohesion. After attending a lecture about it last Friday, I realised that the professors who hold Doctor’s Degrees on this subject have no idea of how different theory and practise are. The lecturer seemed very proud showing a … Continue reading Inclusive Education?
" ‘Curiouser and curiouser!’, cried Alice (she was so much surprised that for the moment she quite forgot how to speak good English) (…)" ‘Curiouser and curiouser!’, said Alice again as she walked through the tiny door. I went to the cinema yesterday to see Tim Burton’s version of Alice’s Adventures. I was really curious about it and there were two main reasons for that. First, Alice’s Adventures in Wonderland is one of my favourite children’s literaure books, although I’m not really sure it is literature for children – it does not seem to be meant only for them. Second, … Continue reading Alice in Wonderland
Silly video, but the song is quite nice. 🙂 Continue reading The Show