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The key-note of democracy as a way of life may be expressed, it seems to me, as the necessity for the participation of every mature human being in formation of the values that regulate the living of men together: which is necessary from the standpoint of both the general social welfare and the full development of human beings as individuals.
What exactly does “putting student first” mean? Many educators confuse child-centered education with letting students decide what to learn, when, where and how. They haven’t read John Dewey on progressive education. 1,110 more words
“Computers are useless. They can only give answers.” (Pablo Picasso)
Belvidere, Illinois, 1990, a first-grade classroom (6-year-olds). A student looks out of the window and sees a dumpster below. 832 more words
The very excellent Seth Vannatta in Response: The Digital Journal of Popular Culture Scholarship. I’d suggest that readers also think about Wittgenstein’s idea in the… 32 more words