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4 Core Purposes of Education, According to Sir Ken Robinson | Edutopia

There are a few terms that are often confused or used interchangeably – “learning,” “education,” “training,” and “school” – but there are important differences between them. Learning is the process of acquiring new skills and understanding. Education is an organized system of learning. Training is a type of education that is focused on learning specific skills. A school is a community of learners: a group that comes together to learn with and from each other. It is vital that we differentiate these terms: children love to learn, they do it naturally; many have a hard time with education, and some have big problems with school.

Read an excerpt from a new book by Sir Ken Robinson and Kate Robinson, which calls for redesigning education for the future: 4 Core Purposes of Education, According to Sir Ken Robinson | Edutopia

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This entry was posted on March 21, 2022 by in Books, Features and tagged , , , , , , .

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