Miha Rekar
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“The only thing that developers dislike more than testing is documentation.”
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“All fundamentalists think this way, not just terrorists and hipsters.”
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“No matter how well thought out it is, and regardless of which "best practices" it includes, no method can replace thinking.”
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Alfie Kohn
“Far from helping students to develop into mature, self-reliant, self-motivated individuals, schools seem to do everything they can to keep youngsters in a state of chronic, almost infantile, dependency. The pervasive atmosphere of distrust, together with rules covering the most minute aspects of existence, teach students every day that they are not people of worth, and certainly not individuals capable of regulating their own behavior.”
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“a grade can be regarded only as an inadequate report of an inaccurate judgment by a biased and variable judge of the extent to which a student has attained an undefined level of mastery of an unknown proportion of an indefinite amount of material.”
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