Prof. Sugata Mitra, the Anti-Teacher Teachers and the Minimally Invasive Revolution

Professor Sugata Mitra is one of the great spokespeople for the strange movement in education that is hostile to the very notion of teaching. Education is good. Learning is fantastic, especially when it involves individuals and small groups pursuing their own interests, preferably searching for information on the internet. Teaching, though, is something we need to be very, very wary of. Unless we are very, very careful to adopt a minimal, low-key, hands-off approach to the gerund that begins with “t” and includes the word “each,” we will be guilty of indoctrination.

[To see the rest of this post in its updated version please click the link below, which goes to the digitalcounterrevolution.co.uk website where all the posts about edtech, Mitra, Ken Robinson and all the digital non-revolution craziness are now stored:]

Sugata Mitra and the morality of a minimally invasive education

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