Education Revolution review ¾ 3

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read ↠ eBook or Kindle ePUB ↠ Will Stanton Told what to think when we should be teaching them how to think Schools are places of indoctrination when they should be places of inspiration Creativity needs to be nurtured not suppressed Education Revolution dares to call it out for what it is Throughout the book Stanton tackles a wide range of controversial issues from the desperate need for critical thinking i.

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Education Revolution review ¾ 3 ´ ❴KINDLE❵ ✽ Education Revolution Author Will Stanton – Berkingmad.co.uk Something is very wrong with our education system Children are being told what to think when we should be teaching them how to think Schools are places of indoctrination when they should be places of Something is very w KINDLE Education Revolution Author Will Stanton Berkingmad.co.uk Something is very wrong with our education system Children are being told what to think when we should be teaching them how to think Schools are places of indoctrination when they should be places of Something is very wrong with our education system Children are being.

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Education RevolutionN our schools to the alienation of our brilliant minds He takes a step outside the box and looks at what education is really doing to future generations of human beings Stanton takes a solutions based approach to these problems and offers up an entirely new model for education which he calls The Six Dimension Model The paradigm needs to change Humanity must evolve.

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  • Bart

    Education Revolution review ¾ 3 Education RevolutionDisclaimer I got this book from Storycartel in exchange for a honest review Well here it isThis book is bad Like really really bad First of all Stanton makes very very strong claims that seem very implausible to me without backing them up His characterization of the current education system is a caricature which my experiences in the education system do not confirm Another problem I have is that the book is conspiratory in theme the government and the big businesses are indoctrinating and brainwashing us on purpose and everything bad in the world is their faultBut these aren't even the biggest problems I have with Education Revolution My biggest problem with is that it is not about education a lot His chapters seem to jump from here to there with no underlying connection These are topics with a whole chapter dedicated to them Money and how it's t


  • Sunny

    Education Revolution review ¾ 3 Education RevolutionYET another game changer I thought this was incredible and a completely different view on how education should be delivered Stanton presents a methodology on how children should be taught in a natural manner away from the rigidities and intellectually stifling atmosphere that the current schooling system puts our children through Like me Stanton is totally against the concept of testing and the conveyor belt of SATs GCSEs A Levels Degrees Boring Job repaying debt and mortgage that most of us live our lives through I agreed with almost everything he said in this book The book verges on slight conspiracy theory levels at times but Stanton encourages us to check everything that he says and not just take his word for it Here are some of the interesting points in the book• Christopher Hitchens – “the essence of an independent mind lies not in what it thinks but how it thinks”• Another key theme in his writing is the need for people who are iconoclasts by nature and


  • Eva

    Education Revolution review ¾ 3 Education RevolutionI picked up this book because like the author I believe that there is something very wrong with our current education system In our current system children are being taught what to think and not HOW to think Stanton is clearly a product of this very system and it would have done him good to take a crash course on critical thinking before attempting to write a book about it In fact instead of actually discussing the need for critical thinking in our schools as is promised in the book's synopsis Stanton just bombards the reader with a random collection of conspiracy theories and unscientific research The utopian education model he eventually proposes at the end of the book just further illustrates his naivetyStanton has some good ideas but doesn't really offer any concrete solutions to the problems of the current education system His book is essen