September 23, 2012
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“The Crisis in Education in Korea and the World”
September 15, 2012
Dr. Peter Hershock
Director, Asian Studies Development Program
University of Hawaii, Manoa
Changing Education: Leadership, Innovation and Development in a Globalizing Asia Pacific
The Asia Institute
Some of the problems we face in education are new, but many have a long history and we must consider more comprehensive changes that go beyond individual students and teachers if we want to make any headway. We have to find concrete ways of disentangling ourselves from the past, from assumptions about education that date back to the 16th century.
What exactly changed about education back in the 16th century that was the cause of problems in education today?
How we school people today is for the most part a global system. That system may vary from place to place and its relationship with government, and with parents, also varies. The universal assumption is that education has to do with students moving through a curricula. This idea was framed originally by Peter Read more of this post