Socio(pathic) Skills #3; Rebel without a clue

Workshop debriefing: The place of this video in the workshop is discussed in the previous post. I do however feel it deserves it’s own post, as it does call some basic assumptions about intelligence and skills into question.

Before watching this video clip, first ask yourself if you agree school should create students who are well-read, committed and personally courageous, inspiring, that they should posses initiative, historical/political insight, concern for their communities, oratory skills , be committed and personally courageous and able to master critical thinking,  to access and apply facts and statistics and  form independent opinions.

AHX

This video was the key to setting the stage for the ontology discussion. After watching it, participants got to role play Derek vs. school teacher. See related posts:  Socio(pathic) Skills #1 & #2

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2 responses to “Socio(pathic) Skills #3; Rebel without a clue

  1. Pingback: Pair-Sharing; Ping-Pong with Derek the Nazi | cooperativelearning.info

  2. Pingback: Deradicalisation; it’s not about what you do, it’s about who you are | cooperativelearning.info

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