Curmudgeon: Those Seven Myths of Education

Christodoulou’s seven myths:

1 – Facts prevent understanding, 2 – Teacher-led instruction is passive, 3 – The 21st century fundamentally changes everything, 4 – You can always just look it up, 5 – We should teach transferable skills, 6 – Projects and activities are the best way to learn, 7 – Teaching knowledge is indoctrination

She’s pretty much nailed it. Here’s my take on it.

via Curmudgeon: Those Seven Myths of Education.

 

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