Krishnamurti… and also John Dewey

Thank you Liam Noble for alerting me to this video… Consider the notion of embracing difference in learners, an absence of comparison and the centrality of experience. Krishnamurti’s profound philosophy of education is in direct opposition to the current industrial model of education than not only works against differences in learners/people but has also systematicallyContinue reading “Krishnamurti… and also John Dewey”

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“Human history becomes more and more a race between education and catastrophe”. H. G. Wells

“Human history becomes more and more a race between education and catastrophe”, so said H. G. Wells. Is Education no longer a human right, or a visible symptom of a mature society? In the face of impending and stringent cuts in education (as well as all public services), it is worth remembering that many people continueContinue reading ““Human history becomes more and more a race between education and catastrophe”. H. G. Wells”

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