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Summary

When we look at the concept of education through the lens of Nurture, Equality, Truth and Systems, we immediately notice that the word “education” itself generally refers to formal processes and institutions that deliver teacher-driven content from preschool through higher education.

Teaching does not directly translate into Learning

Experiences does not directly translate into Retention
Language does not directly translate into Comprehension
Information does not directly translate into Application
Knowledge does not directly translate into Extension

Teaching does not necessarily provide Necessity

Fixed Curriculums does not necessarily provide Self Concept
Fixed Classrooms does not necessarily provide Inclusiveness
Fixed Testing does not necessarily provide Active Open Learning
Fixed Grades & Levels does not necessarily provide Cognition
1 to 30 Format does not necessarily provide Critical Life Skills

Learning is not a passive Act
Teaching means nothing if there is not Learning
Content need not be reinvented by every Locality or Person
Individual needs can inclusively defined and Specifically met
Commons needs are about experience, interaction, Equality

A continuous thread should revolve around the dignity of everyone
A continuous thread should revolve around rich and diverse experiences
A continuous thread should revolve around systemic thinking
A continuous thread should revolve around computer based creation
A continuous thread should revolve around interactions with communities

Everyone should learn the equivalent of a Registered Nurse about the human body,and specifically their body. All sciences should be aligned and integrated, with emphasis on experiential learning in the natural world and practical application. All social sciences should be aligned and integrated toward meaning. All math should link to computer based creation.

We have thought long and hard about how to understand education systemically. What follows is just a glimpse of how we think education should be approached. We invite the reader to join us at Y Worlds to develop the systemic models and ontologies associated with education. We guarantee an educational experience like no other. Help us educate education by contributing to our developing ontologies and models.

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