So, here is Seth Godin taking some likely well deserved shots at our present education system. We have cover this ground before with Sir Ken Robinson, but this seemed to be a good week to look again. There is so much to connect between how we do education and youth ministry / formation.
Godin suggests some of the following:
> Homework during the day, lectures at night
> The end of compliance as an outcome
> Precise, focused instruction instead of mass, generalized instruction
> Transformation of the role of the teacher
What other connections should we be making and how can we go about working on the above??