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Ivan Vega

Ivan Vega

Playa del Carmen, MX
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26Jan

I tend to think that law does not _automatically _create behavior. I mean that you've to **want **to do something. While, if anyone **forces **you to ...

26Jan
Should students be pushed to learn coding at school?

I was going to say something similar. I liken this to mathematics. I was exposed to it in a good way by my father, and I've loved it since. Most ...

16Jan
What's the deal with the Steam boxes?

I understand were you're coming from, and I agree to some degree, at least on the first wave. BUT, Valve is like the Amazon.com of videogames. I'd ...

15Jan
What's the deal with the Steam boxes?

I wholeheartedly disagree. There's plenty of choice, which in this case is a good thing. And there's no such thing as "over specified" when it comes ...

21Nov
How will 3D printing transform education?

That looks awesome, like "you're getting a robot instead of a car, for both of you" awesome :P

21Nov
How will 3D printing transform education?

My dad bought me a PC when I was 10. I kept picking it apart and programming things, and still do. It completely shaped my life, and for that I've ...

20Oct

I think this is incredibly over-zealous and really rather silly. Our children don't need to be protected from the reality that not everyone they meet ...

20Oct
Would you invite the entire class for your kid's birthday party?

As someone who has been in a similar situation recently, I fully agree. Recently our daughter turned 8, and she didn't want to invite some of the ...

11Oct

Knitting, Crocheting and Sewing are tremendously important skills for children of both genders to acquire! (Children living in South East Asia are ...

09Jun
Would a Kindle encourage my eight-year-old reluctant reader?

Chrome 28 @ Ubuntu 12.04 -- This time it happened because after I clicked the button, nothing happened for a long time, so I reloaded the page and ...

09Jun
Would a Kindle encourage my eight-year-old reluctant reader?

Again with the double posting! Quibly please fix that!

09Jun
Would a Kindle encourage my eight-year-old reluctant reader?

How about creating a reading/playing time for the family? Have a designated place where everyone sits down for 15 minutes to read a book or play. The ...

09Jun

I'd be surprised if a Kindle was the answer but first you would need to find out what the barrier to his reading interest is. Perhaps he just isn't a ...

31Mar

In an age where everything that can be digitised is morphed into computer code, what happens to our relationship with physical ...

21Mar

The answer is… yes! The body of research that points a professorial finger at the wonders of videogames and their educational merit is ...

13Mar
Is it okay for every bedtime story to be on an iPad or should you foist paper books on tech-loving kids too to redress the balance?

Sorry for the double post. I accidentaly double-clicked the button and I can't see a way to delete the duplicate.

13Mar
Is it okay for every bedtime story to be on an iPad or should you foist paper books on tech-loving kids too to redress the balance?

We read stories from both an iPad and physical books. Something I haven't seen being discussed is the fact that tablets are often seen as play ...

13Mar
Is it okay for every bedtime story to be on an iPad or should you foist paper books on tech-loving kids too to redress the balance?

Duplicate deleted by admin.

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