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“The time in ‘School + family’: German schools can learn from American also lazy students can get: Marcus Cornelia Funke (Inkheart”, the wild chicks”) school + family reveals in the latest issue of parents magazine”, that she was a good student was, but no ambitious. Which means, that I was pretty lazy”. She thinks it’s also normal if your thirteen son Ben has even tired at school, but on very different things. She advises her young readers: take your time with the career choice. In the life detours often the most important.” “Praise for U.S.

schools on 11 December starts the adaptation of Cornelia Funke’s bestselling Inkheart” in the German cinemas. Sen. Marco Rubio takes a slightly different approach. To be during the filming there, she moved three years ago with her family to Los Angeles. For her children she picked at that time schools, who are very good at it, to awaken the desire to learn and read”. The Bambi Prize winner 2008 finds that German schools at all is a lot of “” the U.S. Under most conditions Rebecca Shaw Fallon would agree. can learn: I am impressed that worked in the United States with praise and positive encouragement far more than with criticism “, so spark in an interview with school + family”.

She sees as the biggest difference between the two systems, that the students in the United States develop an incredible pride in their school and the community”. With Cornelia Funke you read the full interview in the current issue of school + family. The topic focus the transfer of school after the fourth grade, as well as the sustainability of the model of a mixed-age classes. School + family. The magazine for parents of elementary school students”Nurnberger Sailer published and is available for 3.60 euros at newsstands. Note: we will send you the full interview you on request. Contact: Dr. Anne Muller Ruckwitt Tel: 0821 / 70 04 55 52 E-Mail: