Marion Boyars, 2002 - 116 頁
Schools have failed our individual needs, supporting false and misleading notions of 'progress' and development fostered by the belief that ever-increasing production, consumption and profit are proper yardsticks for measuring the quality of human life. Our universities have become recruiting centers for the personnel of the consumer society, certifying citizens for service, while at the same time disposing of those judged unfit for the competitive rat race. In this bold and provocative book, Illich suggest some radical and exciting reforms for the education system.
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Most learning happens casually, and even most intentional learning is not the
result of programmed instruction. Normal children learn their first language
casually, although faster if their parents pay attention to them. Most people who
learn a ...
second language well do so as a result of odd circumstances and not of
sequential teaching. They go to live with their grandparents, they travel, or they
fall in love with a foreigner. Fluency in reading is also more often than not a result
of such ...
In school we are taught that valuable learning is the result of attendance; that the
value of learning increases with the amount of input; and, finally, that this value
can be measured and documented by grades and certificates. In fact, learning is
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LibraryThing Review用戶評語 - dypaloh - www.librarything.com
Ivan Illich doesn’t mince words. So far as formal schooling goes, he argues for a society where school is not just out for summer, it’s out completely. In Deschooling Society he writes, “The modern ... 閱讀評論全文
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Deschooling Society is a collection of essays based around the author's idea that society might be better off without the formal schooling system that is prevalent in most industrialised countries. He ... 閱讀評論全文
Why We Must Disestablish School
Phenomenology of School
Ritualization of Progress