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He also makes clear that the purpose of education is to enable students to become critical thinkers and good human beings, rejecting the notion that the primary purpose of education is economic growth and immediate financial success for students. While teaching can be a “common sense” affair, Chomsky notably advises teachers to meaningfully tap into student interest and their natural curiosities where learning is relevant and intrinsic, which can evolve through a process of exploration, discovery, and creativity.
A. (1985). Education under siege: The conservative, liberal and radical debate over schooling. South Hadley, MA: Bergin & Garvey. Aronowitz, S. & Giroux, H. A. (1993). Education still under siege. South Hadley, MA: Bergin & Garvey. 8 TUNDE SZECSI 3. Clearly, home and family environments are critical factors in every child’s success. Teachers need to free themselves from adhering rigidly to their own methods and work to incorporate students’ home experiences into reading pedagogy. My teachers would have learned a tremendous amount if they taken the time to tap into my ‘funds of knowledge’...
Propose a false theory in chemistry, and it’ll be refuted tomorrow” (Barsky, 1997, p. 11). , 2011). He obviously realizes the relevance and purpose of assessment, but urges caution regarding the overdependence on testing as a source of student information. In other words, while one individual may achieve well on a test, he/she may nevertheless possess very little deep understanding of the topic compared to another individual who may have innovative ideas yet not do well on standardized type tests.