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  • Argumentation, cognition, and the epistemic benefits of cognitive diversity by on Fri, 01 Jul 2022 23:37:00 -0400:
    [url=https://www.downes.ca/author/26155]Renne Pesonen[/url]
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    [url=https://www.downes.ca/feed/7493]PhilSci Archive[/url]
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  • Is VR Really Mainstream? What Learning Leaders Need to Know by on Fri, 01 Jul 2022 23:37:00 -0400:
    [url=https://www.downes.ca/author/15503]Pamela Hogle[/url]
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  • Don’t look up: Ignoring the looming crisis in public education by on Fri, 01 Jul 2022 23:37:00 -0400:
    [url=https://www.downes.ca/author/26147]Mark Innes[/url]
    , [url=https://www.downes.ca/author/14237]et al.[/url]
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    The authors point to what they consider to be four crises in education:




    "a 40-year ideological experiment in marketisation and neoconservatism."

    "teacher recruitment and retention are in a downward spiral."

    "the glaring lack of a... curricular policy to teach about climate change"

    "the ways in which Covid has increased educational inequalities"





    It seems a bit like an odd selection, somewhat specific to the U.K. context, yet not completely so - I see similar issues, for example, in the United States and Australia. I think they're also based in a specific philosophy of education, one that sees it not only as a public good, but also as an instrument for projecting public policy. Not saying any of this is wrong, but I don't think people outside the system would see the issues in exactly the same way.



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