Learning


“A person cannot teach another person directly; a person can only facilitate another’s learning” (Rogers, 1951)

 

Education is becoming a commodity. funnily enough people  tend to complain, sure they know so much they get bored and complain, quietly,  not-so-quietly, not quietly at all. Not a problem sure.Image

 

When you talk about forma mentis, some students think you re speaking German or Swedish. If you explain that things change  and what you need is a method, they think you re talking research methods. I got to a conclusion: people do not want to learn anymore.

Hence, educational commodity or commodified education.

 

 

 

 

 

 

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