In many cases all of these roles can be wrapped into a single individual, but an effective system recognises when this is inappropriate. i have no problem with apprenticship yet no one answered my question concerning the large population factor. The betterment of a craft, whether it be a trade, art or science, should be direction enough. It will be great if the schools and the syllabus are standardized and up to dated, supervised by a single authority so that standard is better and quality is maintained. In short you may have clearly asked for an opinion, but what was not clear was an opinion on what.
It is like an educational commune. Originally Posted by archaeologist others seem to want an example to criticize, feel superior to a particular way of teaching. what i am clearly asking for is their opinion. I don’t think the US is a very fair thing to determine issuses with.
Students require teachers, guides, advisors and mentors. I feel interaction, creative examples, and making the learners get involved will stimulate more of the brain, and make them remember more of what they learn, and more of importantly, they will have more of practical applicability for what they learn (history may be an exemption to this idea).That’s for the broad learning spectrum, but for the specialized education, I’d go more for that apprentice idea, only modified that it would be small groups that will be made to interact with the subject they wish to excel at.