From Victorian to Visionary

Victorian schools were designed to meet the particular needs of the Victorian era. They were created to turn out “obedient specialists”: adults who could work in factories, assembling components, or as domestic servants, not people who needed to think for themselves.
– Sean McDougall, educational thinker and designer


Education must shift from instruction to discovery – to probing and exploration…
– Marshall McLuhan, educator and communications theorist

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