Much of the material included here owes it inspiration to discussions held with groups of student teachers in the early 1970s. The book is written for such students and discusses issues such as the acquisition of knowledge, the value of examinations, dependency and religion in education. The book is intended as a thought provoker – to stimulate further discussion.
1. Facts are unimportant. 2. Examinations are the End. 3. None Must Fail. 4. Society Has Conditioned Us All. 5. None Of Us Has a Mind of His Own. 6. It’s All the Fault of the System. 7. Free Us To Do What We Like. 8. On the Difference Between Values and Habits. 9. Dependency and Independency With Particular Reference to Counselling.
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