No Teaching without Learning
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This paper examines public education systems and the need for effective teaching. It states that education and the process of acquiring it is not a simple teach-learn process. The author uses the ideals of Paulo Freire, who declares that it is more important to know that education is not merely teaching others but it is also a process through which one learns. The paper describes that the dilemma is not the willingness to learn but it is the national education systems that have modernized and have integrated too much internationalized educational modules to the culture's identity.
From the Paper:"Education reforms in the modern age has become a means to struggle against time. For the Latin American especially, the struggle was between conservatism and progressivism. A nation torn by its ancient roots and the desire to join in with modern day progressivism, the people are still in turmoil whether acceptance of modernism is the only way to achieve their goal. The root cause is inherent in the approach the people takes. Despite gaining independence in several areas, public education and its creation is still debatable among the gentry as well as the government. Proponents for education like Paulo Freire, declare that it is more important to know that education is not merely teaching others but it is also a process through which one learns as well."
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