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Germany's education

Posted by on November 25, 2021 – 10:21 am

Germany

Switzerland Men in the above European Nations are taught at an early age to be respectful towards women. They are also taught at an early age that women who enter the sex professions due so because they come from poor financial situations in which they had no other viable choice. Hence, British, German and Swiss men tend to have a progressive outlook towards sex and have a tendency to respect women, instead of simply objectifying them. Also because the above nations do not encourage playing video games, but instead developing social skills at…

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Vocational education system Germany

Posted by on November 25, 2021 – 07:08 am

Vocational education system Germany

Students from a Leipzig chamber of vocational study, ply the electrician s trade, here learning control engineering. (© picture alliance / dpa) The German vocational training system, with its combination of classroom and business, theory and practice, learning and working, is recognized worldwide as a basic and highly effective model for vocational training. The dual system is firmly established in the German education system , having, as it does, firm roots dating back to the Middle Ages. An essential characteristic of the dual system is the cooperation…

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Higher education system in Germany

Posted by on November 25, 2021 – 01:40 am

Higher education system in Germany

Does anybody feel like discussing the pros and cons of a multi-tiered high school system like that implemented in Germany. Gymnasium for students who are destined for higher education. Realschule for students who are likely to take up a trade (e.g. plumber, electrician, mechanic, cosmetologist and chef). Hochschule for the rest. I believe that the system has advantages because it groups students with others having similar interests and capabilities. Likewise, it enables a judicious allocation of resources. Thoughts?Mein Austausch

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Higher education Compass (Germany)

Posted by on November 24, 2021 – 10:47 pm

Higher education Compass (Germany)

The Higher Education Compass features all kind of information on German institutions of higher education, the study courses they offer, and their international cooperation. Campus Germany – Study and Research in Germany” is a cooperation between Deutsche Welle and the DAAD. The Web site was created in 2001 by the Joint Initiative for the Promotion of Study, Research and Training in Germany . The German Ministry for Education and Research (BMBF) is one of the institutions that funds the site. The Federal Ministry of Education and Resaerch now offers…

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Cost of higher education in Germany

Posted by on November 24, 2021 – 11:07 am

Cost of higher education in Germany

Income inequality is not an issue in Europe like it is in the U.S. , that said things are far more expensive in Europe . The price of labor is controlled to a higher degree in say Germany , the end result is you don t have a McDonalds on every corner like you have in the U.S. . Bottom line is the bottom say 95% of the people in Germany , have a much higher standard of living that their U.S. counterparts . In places like Germany things like health-care , a formal education , mass transportation etc etc are a given . All that said if the U.S…

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Germany higher education Structure

Posted by on November 23, 2021 – 01:29 pm

Germany higher education Structure

This entry looks at institutional changes in the relationship between vocational education and training (VET) and higher education (HE) in Austria, Germany, and Switzerland. It is quite common for foreign observers to praise these three countries for the quality of their VET systems. All three countries are part of the “collective skill system cluster” (Busemeyer and Trampusch 2012) and are renowned for their extensive dual apprenticeship training systems at upper-secondary level. Dual apprenticeship training distinguishes itself from vocational…

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Education in Germany after WW2

Posted by on November 23, 2021 – 12:13 am

Education in Germany after WW2

Things, and that somehow the USA will survive and dig itself out. Often they will reference how Germany and Japan recovered. One important difference is after WW2 neither Germany or Japan had massive welfare magnets drawing in unlimited numbers of high consuming, low producing low caste foreigners to muck up their society s economy, education and security. No one is talking about Detroit bouncing back . They are talking about turning it into grazing land, because grass is about the only thing a Negro wont steal or destroy.War and social upheaval:…

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Higher medical education in Germany

Posted by on November 22, 2021 – 11:23 pm

Higher medical education in Germany

American children are more at risk from firearms than the children of any other industrialized nation. In one year, firearms killed no children in Japan, 19 in Great Britain, 57 in Germany, 109 in France, 153 in Canada, and 5,285 in the United States. (Centers for Disease Control) School Safety Between 1994 and 1, there were 220 school associated violent events resulting in 253 deaths - - 74.5% of these involved firearms. Handguns caused almost 60% of these deaths. (Journal of American Medical Association, December 2001) In 1998-99 academic…

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