Everywhere in the world, amazing and wonderful things continue to unfold.
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Public School education was originally conceived by the Prussians. Massachussetts decided it was a good idea. The core concepts of education were: standardization and measurement. This enabled everyone to get a core education at scale — most people got a decent education to participate in society which was fueled by the industrialization of america. In addition the concept of tracking enabled the smarter (or wealthier) kids to get better training so that they can manage lots of people.
1) Slow In Slow Out - This principle describes the inertia of objects. A motion is introduced by acceleration and the final position is predictable by the deceleration of the object. So, »Slow In and Slow Out« is easier to follow and appears to be faster.
2) Follow Through - explains that objects in the real world don’t stop suddenly, but the motion concludes in a contrary motion. It can be used to underline the limits in the Interface (e.g. the bounce at the end of a list). It highlights the end of a motion.
3) Anticipation - prepares the user for the upcoming motion by a contrary motion at the beginning to grab the user’s attention – A golfer making a swing has to swing the club back first. »Anticipation« highlights the beginning of a motion.
4) Squash and Stretch - This principle conveys how soft objects can transform under speed and collision. It gives a sense of weight and flexibility to an object. A ball stretches at higher speed, and compresses at collision. It highlights the in be-tween and the end of a motion.