Quotations from Benjamin Bloom

Benjamin Bloom and the medicine

The history of medicine shows that professionals in a field can survive for thousands of years without necessarily having very good answers.   The statement mentioned above is part of the Bloom’s argument in defending his notion of mastery education and his position on the weakness of the classic approaches followed by education professionals. Regardless of the interview’s subject, there’s a very […]

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Webquote: Seth Godin and the TV-Industrial Complex

Whenever I’ve tried to prepare a list of brilliant contemporary thinkers who have changed my idea about the world, Seth Godin finds a place in the top ten. Years ago, he started to talk about the end of TV-Industrial Complex. An era in which TV governed every minute of our life and even aspect of our attention. Being broadcasted on TV meant […]

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Webquote: The Next Species by Michael Tennesen

Longform is one of my favorite websites. It’s a professional content curator which all its curated contents have one thing in common: All of them are long! Longform’s last week suggestion was an article from Scientific American. The article is an excerpt from Michael Tennesen’s last book called: The Next Species. Sure the book is centered around sustainability and evolution. […]

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