Criticising Sugata Mitra's idea of outdoctrination, pointing out how dismally feeble it is.
Patrizia Bertini's insight:
The outdoctrination then occurs when students find information and opinions or value judgments that conflict with those they have acquired during their earlier indoctrination. Inevitably doubts emerge about the truth of what they had previously been led to believe, and so the liberating process of outdoctrination begins. ~ Sugata Mitra. Inspiring!
A Special Presentation by NESCA Director Dr. Ann Helmus and Dr. Bonnie Singer, CEO of Architects for Learning After a long day at school, even the most organized and capable students may find it challenging to settle ...