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The free schooling credo:

What is the purpose of education?

  • To whom is this question asked; a word on audience
  • A review of classical approaches to this question
  • A review of modern approaches to this question
  • A discussion of ethics, non-negotiable and negotiable principles
  • Politicization and bias
  • Education as a human right
  • The difficulties presented with formal schooling
  • The difficulties with State-based schooling
  • Citizens, people, and participants

What is free schooling and how does it contribute to education?

  • A brief review of informal and formal leadership theory
  • A brief review of informal and formal authority
  • Free schooling and 'follower as leader' theory
  • Free schooling and 'informal as formal' theory
  • Home-schooling, State-based schooling, and informal schooling
  • Traditionally under-served communities
  • Assessment, pedagogy, and curricular design

Why is free schooling needed?

  • The difficulties with open terminology
  • A brief review of open-education and schooling history
  • The difficulties with open-source licenses; a critique of software licensing
  • The difficulties with copyright, patent law, and intellectual property; a critique of open documentation licensing
  • The Free Software and Documentation licenses
  • The problems with MOOCs
  • Pearson, kernels, and privacy rights; the difficulties of State oversight
  • Current solutions to the problem;
    1. Being radically free; a critique of the OERu
    2. The Open Schoolhouse; a critical review
    3. The democratizing of schools; a critical review
    4. Blended learning, Khan Academy, and other models
  • The credo of free schooling; free resources, design, and outcomes

Who does free schooling serve?

  • A review of organizational classifications and authority
  • A review of organizational classifications and leadership
  • Informal free associations and authority
  • Informal free associations and leadership
  • Service, philanthropy, and volunteerism; an architectonic review
  • Participants, freedom, and learning
  • Instructional leadership as a follower; empowering people
  • A detailed analysis and review of the free schooling credo

oemb1905 2019/12/30 04:14

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Copyright (C) 2019 JONATHAN HAACK DBA HAACK'S NETWORKING

Permission is granted to copy, distribute and/or modify this document under the terms of the GNU Free Documentation License, Version 1.3 or any later version published by the Free Software Foundation; with the Invariant Sections being Writing & Rants, Free Schooling, and The Citizen's Guide to Self-Hosting, and with the Front-Cover Texts being all Writing & Rants, Free Schooling, and The Citizen's Guide to Self-Hosting, and the Back-Cover Texts being all Writing & Rants, Free Schooling, and The Citizen's Guide to Self-Hosting. A copy of the license is included in the section entitled GNU Free Documentation License, Version 1.3

freeschooling/contents.txt · Last modified: 2019/12/29 21:15 by oemb1905