Algorithmic game for detection of Sybil attack by Asim Kumar Pal, Debabrata Nath, Sumit Chakraborty

By Asim Kumar Pal, Debabrata Nath, Sumit Chakraborty

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The authority would have to consider something different. Der kleine Elefant ging zuerst zu der Giraffe. 'Guten Tag, kleiner Elefant. ' 'Ich habe eine klitzekleine Nase und ich möchte eine große lange Nase haben. ' 'Nein', sagte die Giraffe. ' Wer kann hier Deutsch? Of the 13 class teachers initially involved, three had a university qualification in German, three had 'Higher' German, the remaining seven had mostly studied French at school and were complete beginners in German. This was a start, at any rate.

This entails operating within society, not against it. Innovation has to be legitimised. Teachers need to take control as 'activists', to have confidence in themselves, to reject ideologies and find their own solutions. Part 1 Legitimising Innovation Leadership and informal management structures allow for responsiveness and flexibility. Monolithic central controls stifle innovation. Paradoxically, rebellion against these can also be seen to produce innovation. Example In the Scottish Primary Modern Languages Pilot teachers and local advisers fought against centralised control in order to determine the shape and direction of work in their area and to achieve a 'fit' with their individual circumstances.

4 Coming as it did just after the much publicised Scottish Campaign for Languages5 and just in time for 1992 with all of the publicity about the European Economic Community, it was inevitable that many other schools and parents, let alone local authorities, would want to get involved in a scheme which, from early on, was the focus of a good deal of media attention. There was concern on the part of the teachers' unions as well as from primary Head Teachers that however educationally desirable this might be, it would create an extra workload on staff in both sectors.

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