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  • I'm Julia, and I'm 17.

    我是 Julia, 我十七歲。

  • My parents are from Argentina,

    我的父母來自阿根廷,

  • and I've grown up in Manhattan my whole life

    我在曼哈頓生活長大,

  • and go to school in the Bronx.

    在布朗克斯(Bronx)唸書。

  • I think a lot of high schools

    我覺得許多的中學

  • are trying to get their students

    一直努力讓它們的學生

  • into the best colleges.

    申請到最好的大學。

  • And because the way students are being measured

    於是評量學生的方式

  • is through numbers that are so harsh,

    只剩下殘酷的數字,

  • I think public schools are killing creativity.

    我覺得公立學校抹殺創造力

  • They're quantifying students.

    它們把學生量化了。

  • Students are only given an incentive

    學生的學習動機

  • to learn for a good grade,

    只是得到好成績,

  • but nothing more.

    而沒有別的了。

  • I probably just skim the surface

    許多時候我只是隨便翻翻書

  • just to pass exams a lot of the time.

    只求應付考試。

  • 'Cause what you hear mostly in the hallways

    你在走廊上聽到的常常都是

  • are what projects are due,

    有什麼作業要交、

  • what grades you got,

    得到幾分、

  • how you're going to fit it all in your day.

    怎樣把這些事全擠進生活裡。

  • And, in class, half the students have their head down sleeping

    課堂上,有一半的學生在打瞌睡,

  • because they've been up all night

    因為他們整晚熬夜

  • trying to study for their exams.

    讀書準備考試。

  • The only support we really get

    我們唯一真正得到的幫助

  • is from our guidance counselors

    是輔導老師指導我們

  • about which college to apply to,

    要申請哪個大學、

  • what classes to take.

    要修哪門課。

  • "You need an AP science if you want to go to nahdahdah."

    「如果你想申請上什麼什麼學校的話 你需要先修進階自然科學這門課。」

  • But that's not me.

    但這不是我。

  • I'm very, very much engaged in art history

    我對藝術史非常非常有興趣,

  • and 'mic/mac', which is micro/macroeconomics.

    還有 mic/mac,也就是 個體和總體經濟學。

  • Both the teachers are extremely intelligent,

    老師們不但非常聰明,

  • and they like to talk about what they know about the subject.

    也很樂於把他們知道的告訴我們。

  • My 'mic/mac' teacher, he sits at his desk,

    我的經濟學老師,他會坐在講桌那,

  • and he gives not only all his opinions,

    然後他不只會分享他的心得意見,

  • but all the videos he's watched,

    還有所有他看過的影片、

  • all the articles he's read,

    他讀過的文章、

  • everything that's going on right now

    世界上正在發生的實事,

  • that's somehow related,

    它們之間的關聯性,

  • and pulls everything out of the air

    像變魔法一樣,

  • and brings it all in to the topic that we're talking about,

    結合時事和課題,

  • which will not be tested on

    考試不會考這些,

  • but makes the topic something real.

    但是卻讓課題變得更具體。

  • I never imagined myself to enjoy economics.

    我從沒想過自己會那麼喜歡經濟學。

  • The best way I learn is in an actual, hands-on experience,

    我認為最有效的學習 是透過實際操作的經驗,

  • something that can bring me out of the classroom.

    讓我們走出課堂。

  • I think the best kind of education

    我覺得最好的教育

  • is one that teaches you how to speak

    乃是教導你如何表達自我

  • and think for yourself.

    和獨立思考。

  • That's much more valuable

    這比起通過考試

  • than just passing your exams.

    更有價值。

I'm Julia, and I'm 17.

我是 Julia, 我十七歲。

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