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Abandoning the teaching of subjects at schools

Abandoning the teaching of subjects at schools

by Serper Alon -
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please read it, but here is my gist of it


"Instead, the Finns are teaching phenomena—such as the European Union, which encompasses learning languages, history, politics, and geography...


No more of an hour of history followed by an hour of chemistry. The idea aims to eliminate one of the biggest gripes of students everywhere: “What is the point of learning this?” Now, each subject is anchored to the reason for learning it...


The new system is much more collaborative, forcing teachers from different areas to come up with the curriculum together."


This is a good start.  We need to connect it to current emotion-laden and embodied knowledge issues:  And of course, for me, the propositional cannot work and the dialectical is far superior epistemologically, ontologically and educationally.


Hence my exercises from yesterday as the issues of colonialism leads to emtions firing up:


Emotions without knowledge and critical analysis and dialectical scrutiny leads to indoctrination and exploitation and a feudal system




What is Africa?

What is South Africa?

Where is Africa? sub-Sahara, from the Sahara onwards, from the Suez Canal and the red sea onwards, between the Atlantic and the Indian oceans, why is that?

Are they the best constructs for today's world and the flourishing of those who live in these constructs?

What are the best constructs for the inhabitant of the constructs?

What are the alternatives to the "Africa" and "South Africa" constructs


history, politics, geography, geo-sciences, linguistics, languages anthropology, psychology, sociology, science, etc


Reading lists are offered by the participants.  Reading groups, led by the students, dialectical discussions of what is the best world and quality of life we can have.