Five pirate Friday links

Then the pirates in Africa are released. Or rather: three of the four pirates have been allowed to leave the Danish warship. The last one who lost some of his leg has been sent for treatment. Good for him. And lucky for the other three that they were allowed to leave the deck in perhaps good peace and order.

If they had robbed a Danish bank and had been caught red-handed, they would not have escaped so graciously. Then they had a notch in their criminal record as well as several years behind bars – maybe on water and bread. But because Denmark does not have a surrender agreement with countries in the area, they release these hardcore bandits on the loose.

One can discuss whether there are pedagogical traits against such unscrupulous bandits. These pirates have nothing to lose because of their unhappiness in their home country. Poverty means that they have nothing to lose. Not at all now that they can leave the ship as “free men”. Or to put it another way: – If we do not get a punishment, we might as well continue.

Fy fy shame shame

Imagine if the same was true at home in traffic. So you must not drive too fast, Allan. Fy fy shame shame. So it’s not going to happen again, is it?

When talking about upbringing and formation, it is often that the noun consequence tones out in the debate. It must have a consequence if you joke over the line. What consequence? Well, it must be a violation that helps. If you drive a little too fast, it should cost a small consequence. If you drive too fast, it should have a big consequence.

This is also the case at school. If the kids do not do as the teachers say, it has a consequence. Maybe a note in the grade book. Maybe one sweats after school. Maybe a conversation with the parents. Maybe an outdoor break for four weeks.

Maybe we should give the pirates a break for half a year. They are not allowed to leave their homes, and if they do, the sentence is extended by an additional six months. And if they violate again, it should cost an extra year. And if …

As a former schoolteacher, I can only state that the situation with the pirates is untenable. The countries around the pirates need to be consulted, and some agreements need to be put on the table so that ship traffic can proceed without this dangerous threat. The pirates spare no means, whether it will cost their lives and the lives of others. It can not continue like this.

But Nettips continues with Friday links. Today it has to be about such exciting topics as a math teacher, CRM, ERP, website statistics and SEO. A little karate book for people who would like to have their website rated in terms of search engine optimization. Dolibarr is open source and therefore free software that focuses on CRM and ERP. We continue to look at how you can manage your customer relationships with Chatwood which is settled online. There is a free solution. If you have your own website, you might use Google Analytics to keep track of your visitors. Here is an alternative that I do not know. Yet. Here’s the schoolteacher Anette. She’s a math nerd and genius, and you’ll need her if you need to learn math.

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