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So the idea of mastery learning is to do the exact opposite.然而掌握式教育的观念就是反其道而行之。Instead of artificially constraining, fixing when and how long you work on something,将人为的限制、僵化、何时学习和学多久、pretty much ensuring that variable outcome, the A, B, C, D, F -- do it the other way around.把结果按A、B、C、D、F分级的行为,转换成另一种方式。Whats variable is when and how long a student actually has to work on something,学生之间的差异应该是何时以及多久可以掌握好一门知识,and whats fixed is that they actually master the material.要坚持一致的是学生真的掌握了这门知识。And its important to realize that not only will this make the student learn their exponents better,我们必须意识到它的重要性,这样不仅可以让学生更好地掌握指数函数,but itll reinforce the right mindset muscles.同时也可以培养一种正确的思维方式。It makes them realize that if you got 20 percent wrong on something,这可以让他们认识到如果他们答错了20%,it doesnt mean that you have a C branded in your DNA somehow.不代表他们天生就只有C的水平,It means that you should just keep working on it.而是说明他们还需要在这个内容上继续努力、You should have grit; you should have perseverance; you should take agency over your learning.坚持不懈、迎难而上,拿出热情克学习中的障碍。Now, a lot of skeptics might say, well, hey, this is all great, philosophically,现在,很多怀疑者可能会说,这听起来不错,理论上来说,this whole idea of mastery-based learning and its connection to mindset, students taking agency over their learning.这套以掌握为目的教学方式以及与思维方式的连结,可以让学生积极克学习中的障碍。It makes a lot of sense, but it seems impractical. To actually do it, every student would be on their own track.这听起来很有道理,但不太实际。要实现一点,每个学生都必须遵循自己的学习进度。It would have to be personalized, youd have to have private tutors and worksheets for every student.必须有个性化的教学方式,一对一辅导和有针对性的练习题。And these arent new ideas -- there were experiments in Winnetka, Illinois, 100 years ago,但这并不是什么新观念,在100年前的伊利诺伊州,温内特卡市就有这样的实践:where they did mastery-based learning and saw great results,他们尝试了这种以掌握为目的的教学,成果很显著,but they said it wouldnt scale because it was logistically difficult.但是他们表示很难大面积推广,毕竟可行性太低了。The teacher had to give different worksheets to every student, give on-demand assessments.老师要给每个学生不同的试题,视情况打分。But now today, its no longer impractical. We have the tools to do it.但如今,这已经不再是空想了。我们有了辅助工具。Students see an explanation at their own time and pace? Theres on-demand for that.学生可以通过看分类视频,按照自己的进度去寻找解答。They need practice? They need feedback? Theres adaptive exercises ily available for students.他们需要练习吗?需要反馈吗?学生很容易就能进行适应性练习。201706/515776I really didn’t know what to do for a few months.在最初的几个月里,我真是不知道该做些 什么。I felt that I had let the previous generation of entrepreneurs down – that I had dropped the baton as it was being passed to me.我把从前的创业给丢了,我觉得自己让与我一同创业的人都很沮丧。I met with David Packard and Bob Noyce and tried to apologize for screwing up so badly.我和 David Pack 和 Bob Boyce 见面,并试图向他们道歉。I was a very public failure, and I even thought about running away from the valley.我把事情弄得糟糕透顶了。But something slowly began to dawn on me – I still loved what I did.但是我渐渐发现了曙光,我仍然喜爱我从事的这些东西。The turn of events at Apple had not changed that one bit.苹果公司发生的这些事情丝毫的没有改变这些,一点 也没有。I had been rejected, but I was still in love.我被驱逐了,但是我仍然钟爱它。And so I decided to start over.所以我决定从头再来。I didn’t see it then, but it turned out that getting fired from Apple was the best thing that could have ever happened to me.我当时没有觉察,但是事后明,从苹果公司被炒是我这辈子发生的最棒的事情。The heaviness of being successful was replaced by the lightness of being a beginner again, less sure about everything.因为,作为一个成功者的极乐感觉被作为一个创业者的轻松感觉所重新代替:对任何事情都不那么特别看重。It freed me to enter one of the most creative periods of my life.这让我觉得如此自由,进入了我生命中最有创造力的一个阶段。During the next five years, I started a company named NeXT, another company named Pixar, and fell in love with an amazing woman who would become my wife.在接下来的五年里, 我创立了一个名叫 NeXT 的公司,还有一个叫Pixar的公司,然后和一个后来成为我妻子的优雅女人相识。201610/471942This beautiful building is part of the Shitennoji Temple Complex in Osaka, Japan.这栋美丽的建筑是日本大阪四天王寺寺庙的一部分In fact, its one of the oldest temples in Japan.事实上它是日本最老的建筑之一It was built by a Korean artisan, because at the time, Japan was not yet building temples.它由一个韩国工匠修建,因为在那时日本还不会修建寺庙And this Korean artisan went on to found a temple-building company.这个韩国工匠创建了一个修建寺庙的公司Amazingly, his company, Kongo Gumi, was still around 1,428 years later.十分神奇的是,他的公司Kongo Gumi在1480年后仍然存在In fact, it became the oldest continuously operating company in the world.实际上,它成为了世界上持续经营的最古老的公司So how is Kongo Gumi doing today? Not too well, Im afraid.Kongo Gumi现在怎么样了呢?恐怕不是很好It borrowed very heavily during the bubble period of the Japanese economy, to invest in real estate.在日本经济泡沫时期借了很重的债来投资房地产And when the bubble burst, it couldnt refinance its loans.当经济泡沫破裂时,它不能偿还债务The company failed, and it was taken over by a major construction company.公司破产了,被一所主流建筑公司收购Tragically, after 40 generations of very careful stewardship by the Kongo family,可悲的是,在Kongo家族40代的苦心经营之后Kongo Gumi succumbed to a spectacular lapse in the ability to apply a principle of prudence.Kongo Gumi最终屈于在精准运营上的巨大失败Speaking of company failures: were all familiar with the failure of Kodak,讲到公司倒闭,我们都熟悉柯达公司的失败the company that declared bankruptcy in January 2012.柯达在2012年一月宣布破产Much more interesting, however, is the question:然而更为有趣的是:Why did Fujifilm -- same product, same pressures from digital technology, same time为什么富士胶片--同样的产品,相同的数码科技界的压力,同样的时间段--why was Fujifilm able to survive and flourish?为什么富士胶片能够存活下来,并且欣欣向荣?201612/483963Hi, everybody. Eight years ago, we were in the early stages of what would become the worst economic crisis of our lifetimes. It was a scary time. We didnt even know where the bottom would be. But thanks to your hard work and your determination, and some smart decisions we made, todays a different story. We turned a recession into a record streak of job growth, creating more than 15 million new private-sector jobs and cutting the unemployment rate in half. Getting wages to rise again was a harder task. Even before the recession, working Americans faced decades of slow wage growth. Between 1980 and 2007, real wages barely grew each year. But because the policies weve put in place are working, working families are finally seeing their wages and incomes rise, too. Since 2012, wages have grown around 20 times faster than they did over the almost three decades between 1980 and 2007. Last year, folks typical household income rose by ,800. Thats the single biggest increase on record. And across every race and age group in America, incomes rose and poverty rates fell. We lifted 3.5 million people out of poverty – the largest one-year drop in the poverty rate since 1968.Whats more, lower- and middle-income families saw the biggest boost in incomes – in part because 18 states and the District, as well as more than 50 communities, have given millions of Americans a raise by raising the minimum wage. And states that have raised their minimum wage have seen stronger earnings growth in low-wage jobs, compared to states that have not. Strengthening benefits at work helps, too. Last week, for example, I took action to make sure up to one million more workers can earn seven days of paid sick leave on the job. Were also helping states expand opportunities for workers to save for retirement. But theres a lot more we should do to strengthen the middle class and help more Americans get ahead. Making childcare more affordable, for example. Making sure women earn equal pay for equal work. Guaranteeing paid family and sick leave. Increasing the federal minimum wage. Preparing workers for the jobs of the future. And closing tax loopholes that benefit just the wealthy and big corporations. Now, we just need a Congress that cares about these issues – one that will finally put politics aside and act on these commonsense ideas. Thats how well build on the progress weve made over these past eight years, and achieve one thing we should all agree on – securing a brighter future for all our children. Thanks, everybody, and have a great weekend.201611/475538Hello, Im Senator Richard Burr from the great state of North Carolina and Im honored to chair the Senate Select Committee on Intelligence. Today, Ill lay out for you the terrorist threat to the ed States and our allies – a growing threat that is no longer confined to the Middle East, South Asia, or even Europe. Since the deadly attacks in Brussels just two weeks ago, there have been four additional significant terrorist attacks that left almost 150 dead – two in Iraq, one in Yemen and one in Pakistan. Our nation and allies continue our post 9/11 efforts to dismantle and defeat al-Qaida while the Islamic State – a group whose lineage dates back to al-Qaida in Iraq – has grown in influence. The Islamic States technical and social media savvy has inspired many to join its cause and to conduct horrific acts. The Islamic State is well financed, well organized, and fields combat units that are well trained and brutally effective. Those trained and effective fighters are now deploying beyond Iraq and Syria, and often to devastating effects, as seen in the streets, cafes, and airports of Paris and Brussels. Simply seeking to contain ISIL should no longer be seen as an acceptable course of action. While the President has claimed that ISIL is contained in Iraq and Syria – I think the more important metric is ISILs global footprint. ISIL has declared provinces in ten countries. It has aspiring affiliates in seven others; and has a presence in over 30 countries. And, perhaps most troubling, is the growing ISIL influence in Libya and Afghanistan. From their safe haven, the Islamic State continues its ongoing efforts to plan and carry out attacks. I just returned from an oversight trip to Europe where I had the opportunity to speak directly with our Intelligence Community officers overseas and our European partners struggling to address an unprecedented volume of threats. Ive spent almost 15 years conducting oversight of our Intelligence Community and I am briefed almost daily on the threats and issues of concern. I cannot remember a time where the ed States and our allies faced a greater array of threats across the world. I remain concerned that there are additional threats and plots – some that we have identified and are pursuing, and some that we will likely not. I feel strongly that we cannot simply focus our efforts on how to best respond to attacks once theyve happened. We must, collectively, be more proactive in engaging the enemy. Before 9/11, our enemies were confined to safe havens abroad – thats no longer the case. Our Intelligence Community and Law Enforcement agencies are engaged 24/7 in identifying and thwarting threats to the U.S. interests at home and abroad. Since 2014, Federal prosecutors have charged 80 men and women inside the ed States in connection with the Islamic State. Director Comey has publicly stated that the FBI has almost 1000 open investigations against suspected ISIL operatives, recruits, and individuals in all 50 states. When the President says that we must seek to contain ISIL – I dont know where he wants to contain them: ISIL operatives are everywhere. Were beyond containment and must move decisively and with purpose to eliminate the Islamic State. Overseas we must work with our allies to target its leadership, its infrastructure, and its financial support network. Domestically, we must enable our law enforcement and give them the tools and authorities they need to keep our citizens safe at home. The world in which we live is becoming increasingly dangerous and the number of extremists who wish to do us harm is growing. More troubling, their capabilities to do harm may soon outpace the Administrations strategy of containment. The President accurately stated last week that ISIL poses a threat to the entire civilized world. Now it is time for our strategy to match that threat. While focusing on ISIL, however, we cannot afford to take our eyes off the persistent and ongoing threat posed by al-Qaida and its affiliates. Al-Qaida remains brutally effective and inspiring to many extremists, even with its senior leadership likely hiding out in the remote and mountainous border regions of Afghanistan and Pakistan. Its affiliates are also committed to attacking us – and they have the capabilities to do so. While I agree with the Presidents senior leadership team that we must maintain relentless pressure on al-Qaida, we must ensure that our words are followed by a renewed commitment to action. We have identified the threat, now lets act decisively to eliminate it. Thank you for listening. God bless America.201604/437134

Scale does not matter anymore, flexibility does.批量化不再重要,弹性化取而代之。They will be operating on a multi-product, made-to-order basis.工厂将会基于多种类产品及订制的基础上生产。The change will be drastic. Globalization will enter a new era.这将是个剧变。全球化将进入一个新纪元。The East-to-West trade flows will be replaced by regional trade flows.由东至西的贸易流动将会被区域化贸易往来取缔。East for East, West for West.东部供给东部,西部供给西部。When you think about that, the old model was pretty much insane.再回首看看过去的生产模式,就会发现它有多么不切实际。Piling up stocks, making products travel the whole world before they reach their end consumers.囤积存货,在产品达到客户手上之前让它们经历一次世界旅行。The new model, producing just next to the consumer market, will be much cleaner, much better for our environment.这种在客户市场附近生产销售的新生产模式,将会更为清洁,对环境更好。In mature economies, manufacturing will be back home, creating more employment, more productivity and more growth.在成熟经济体中,制造业将回归本国,这将创造更多就业,提高生产率并且推动经济发展。Good news, isnt it? But heres the thing with growth -- it does not come automatically.好消息,不是吗?但问题在于--经济发展并不是自然而然就会发生的。Mature economies will have to seize it.成熟经济体需要抓住经济发展机遇。Well have to massively re-train our workforce.我们必须对劳动力进行大规模的再培训。In most countries, like in my country, France, weve told our children that manufacturing had no future.在绝大多数国家,比如我的祖国,法国,我们曾经告诉孩子们:制造业是没有前途的。That it was something happening far away.而且很早以前就是这样了。We need to reverse that and teach manufacturing again at university.我们必须改变这一观点,在大学里重新教授制造业课程。Only the countries that will boldly transform will be able to seize this growth.只有大胆变革的国家才能够抓住这次经济发展机会。Its also a chance for developing economies.这对发展中国家而言也是一个机遇。201703/499639

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