Making a difference in education. We need be constantly reevaluating how we do education.
The process of education should be constantly evolving, fluid, adapting, focused on innovation and improving itself. There needs to be a feedback loop between recent graduates at each level and the previous level of education to identify what it missed or what it could have done better. The system then needs to be able to adapt in real time to these suggestions. Long gone are the days when teachers can continue teaching the same curriculum the same way they have done for years. If teacher are not fluid and innovating, why should they expect their students to be?
innovations in education that allow the system to continually improve on itself.
being the one to blame.
Long ago, I started recognized my intricate connections to all the events in the world. Whenever I would ask, "why did this happen" or "who let that occur", I always came back to myself. I realized I, not anyone else, was the one to blame. In working through the logic of this, I wrote the book, "Why Not Blame Drew? How all your problems originate from him". In it, I show why I am the one person to blame, what that means, and what I plan to do with it. Interfacing with TED helps me better understand what is going on and what I can do about the issues, particularly education.
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