As far as I can see, your goal is to reform our educational system. In your opinion, we should focus on teaching students how to think rather than how to recite or memorise, which I agree with completely! For the past few years, I’ve been thinking about this issue and the challenges we face if we can’t find a solution. You might want to check out this book if you’re serious about improving our educational system:
“The Paradox of Education in the Late Twentieth Century: Preparation for Life” The Falmer Press, Philadelphia, PA, 1986; edited by Joan N. Burnstyn.
When you read this book, you’ll be stunned by the candour and sincerity with which educators of the 1980s expressed their concerns about what was wrong with education and why we need to do something drastic to fix it moving forward.
Since this book was published in 1986, many of its catastrophic predictions have come to pass, and it’s a shame because top educators are still issuing the same cautions and messages today.
The question is whether or not we’re bound to repeat the mistakes of the past. So, what about our future teachers and aerospace engineers? Or what about our future of biotechnology, nanotechnology, and green technology? Who in the world is going to programme the next Artificial Intelligent robots? Hmm?