Member Circle: Development | June 2019

Knowledge of natural and engineered environments, and how people live in the world, is critical to all three purposes of genuine educational development - critical thinking, creativity and interpersonal skills.

Why then, does the structural system of schooling operate in a fundamentally opposite fashion? Why are schools established to intentionally hinder these key developmental factors in children?

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Knowledge of natural and engineered environments, and how people live in the world, is critical to all three purposes of genuine educational development – critical thinking, creativity and interpersonal skills.

Why then, does the structural system of schooling operate in a fundamentally opposite fashion? Why are schools established to intentionally hinder these key developmental factors in children?

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