Disengaged Learning — Repost

The problem with modern education is that there are few, if any, internal feedback loops. Children read material, complete homework, and take tests; they memorize material, receive grades based on surface understanding, and are then shooed along to the next chapter. Teachers, unfortunately, have their hands tied when it comes to delving in deeper to important topics and skipping the less relevant ones. The systems in place often required extensive research and resourcing, so altering the dysfunctional system once more is often pushed aside until dissent can no longer be ignored. […]

Disengaged Learning — existential ergonomics

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