O Futuro da escola e o impacto dos novos meios de comunicação no modelo de escola atual. Um bate papo memorável entre dois ícones da pedagogia moderna.
How a Radical New Teaching Method Could Unleash a Generation of Geniuses
Hi Wired and everyone,
That´s is a very good article, much more than that it´s a very big change in the world, a true paradigm shift:
From XX century: reading, writing, and arithmetic
To XXI century: teamwork, problem-solving, and interpersonal skills.
Thank you very much.
Also I would like to add two more little items, because, I thing this still almost anglo saxon and western society reference knowledge “view” of world history:
1- An Unforgettable Encounter between Paulo Freire and Seymour Papert (1990´s)
2- The Wersten Sociesty is on ‘State of Denial’? Yes. I do thing so:
Celso Furtado and the West Society on ‘State of Denial’
“Reading the world precedes reding the word” (Paulo Freire)
Freire’s Pedagogy of the Oppressed and a whole lineage of critical
educators haunt this, but the theme of the article is about abandoning
education as worker prep for the Industrial Revolution and making better
workers for the Digital Age. The idea of educating for the workplace is hardly “radical.” The student-centered approach, however, encouraging the interrogation of the world, including how work is organized, economic systems, inequality, etc., is indeed “radical,” and deserved even a nod here.
Dear Sylvia Gray,
Good point – In the heart of the problem.