Primary and Secondary Education – RTE, Education Policy, SEQI, RMSA, Committee Reports, etc.

Redefining education

  1. We put starting salaries and entrance exams on a pedestal and force a singular definition of success down our collective throats.
  2. It skews our incentives and priorities in unhealthy ways.
  3. Education should be about a holistic exposure to all facets of life .
  4. It should be a force for peace, a means to overcoming prejudice?
  5. We need to build an education system that values creativity, makes a deliberate effort to spark thoughtfulness and independent thinking, teaches students how to learn, guides the development of a strong moral compass.
  6. Creativity in education has to do with a constructivist approach to education, where learning is an active rather than the passive receiving of information.
  7. A society that values multiple intelligences, encourages exploration, accepts failure, prizes environmental conscientiousness, and allows people to define success on their terms.

Make it creative, encourage risk-taking and expand the idea of success.

  1. We put starting salaries and entrance exams on a pedestal and force a singular definition of success down our collective throats.
  2. It skews our incentives and priorities in unhealthy ways.
  3. Education should be about a holistic exposure to all facets of life .
  4. It should be a force for peace, a means to overcoming prejudice?
  5. We need to build an education system that values creativity, makes a deliberate effort to spark thoughtfulness and independent thinking, teaches students how to learn, guides the development of a strong moral compass.
  6. Creativity in education has to do with a constructivist approach to education, where learning is an active rather than the passive receiving of information.
  7. A society that values multiple intelligences, encourages exploration, accepts failure, prizes environmental conscientiousness, and allows people to define success on their terms.
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