Analysis of theory and practice of instruction.

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A summarize of what's the modern view in learning and a few remarks about theory and how things work better.

Submitted: February 10, 2018

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Submitted: February 10, 2018



Why are there teachers?

It would be easier and cheaper to let the children into a library, read there and give exams.But that's wrong.The correct is that a teacher is needed to give the priorities, organize the ideas, demonstrate the techniques and answer questions.

Knowledge is according to mathematician Jean Piaget, a developed set of notions and nothing but a structure.That is correct but incomplete.Knowledge is a network of notions and ideas (agreeing to the modern net way of thinking), which materially corresponds to the network of neuron connections of the brain.

The notion and meaning of network, includes the notion of structure of Piaget, but is much wider.Hence, it may include meanings that are not understood yet and  may be better for children to cope with.Children that dislike reading and hate hard to understand courses like mathematics, physics, literature, poetry and archaic languages, perform poorly because nothing exists to inspire them, in the sense of explanation of how things and learning works and connect, and no fertile stimulus.Even in its simplest form, the network approach is much like fertile stimulus.It is based in freedom, giving the pupil and the student a "clean and decent" chance to develop judgement in their own criteria.To put it simply, the network notion is more acceptable in the age of Internet, is much wider and includes that of a structure, since a netwotk is a structure.

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