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The Future Of Education

The Future Of Education

As climate change, population growth and technological development bring fast and drastic changes to our world, educational programs that encourage discovery and innovation become ever more necessary.

These programs teach that discovering brings not just good grades, or a financial reward. It brings the satisfaction that one can realize dreams, and thrive, in a world framed by major dramatic questions.

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MORE IDEAS FROM American Schools Are Training Kids for a World That Doesn't Exist

The Shifting Work Market

Becoming a skilled professional used to be a matter of learning what the professionals did, how and why they did it, and some general facts that somewhat described our societies and ourselves.

Nowadays, the traditional approach is no longer valid. Learning and doing have become inseparable in the face of conditions that invite us to discover.

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To come up with a good idea, star with the worst idea possible
Wrong thinking is when you intentionally think of the worst idea possible — the exact opposite of the accepted or logical solution— and work back from those to find new ways of solving old problems.

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Why math classes are dull

Math is often seen as something you get or you don't. Most of us sit in class feeling like we don't. The fault is not with the subject itself but rather with the way we teach it. Mathematician Paul Lockhart wrote a 25-page essay titled "A Mathematician's Lament", wherein he states that students who feel that their mathematics classes are boring are right.

The true nature of math is art. Unfortunately, we wrongly teach it in a way that would just as easily ruin any other art.

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Defining homeschooling

Homeschooling is a progressive movement around the world where parents educate their own children at home.

The homeschooling movement began in the 1970s when researchers and authors such as John Holt and Dorothy and Raymond Moore started writing about educational reform. They promoted homeschooling as an alternative educational option.

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