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"Just like anyone else, each teacher has his or her own point of view on a wide range of issues. From culture to history to economics, and even in the pure sciences, teachers have a personal position coloured by personal and political interpretation. As such they are like unwitting dictators, inadvertently affecting the as yet unformed minds of their students. Since teachers themselves are unlikely to change this state of affairs, it is up to students themselves to pay careful attention to their own learning.

During this week-long workshop you will learn what an ideology is and how to escape its influence, how ideology is (or was) connected to education; how places of study, including architecture schools and universities, affect how we think; and what makes a modern university teacher – dictator, guru, master, or a researcher equal with his disciples?"

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strelkainstitute  2013  felixmadrazo  economics  power  authority  ideology  deschooling  education  arseniykhitrov  maxzolkwer  stefandamsin  supersudaca  poparq  ouestarchitecture  internationaldesign 
july 2013 by robertogreco

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