Maurice de Hond is best know for his work as pollster in the Netherlands. But besides following the latest trends, he is also very active in the education department. His theory is that our current education system is totally outdated. He pleads for what he calls 'Steve Jobs schools' - schools in which students learn to integrate modern technologies, like the iPad. If you have a look in one of the schools that has adobted his teaching system, you will see students working on iPads as an education tool. We were asked to photograph Maurice for Sir Edmund, Volkskrant's extra with insights on the latest developments in thinking.