As education has evolved, so has the philosophy of education. In the beginning, the philosophy was simple: We'd have more hunter-gatherers if they stopped getting eaten by tigers. In later times, the philosophy changed to align itself with: We'd… read more »
Soon thereafter Victorian oppression took a pleasant evening jaunt and turned it into a stiff, stuck-up, politically-correct, overly formal oration, complete with straight-backed wooden chairs, monotone voices, and schedules. Education was done for.
After the Dark Ages came a time known as the Renaissance, a time of education, art, architecture and the Spanish Inquisition. During this time education was finally able to move away from experiential learning, due to the massive influx of high-… read more »