1. Evolution never planned for greatness but achieved it anyway.
Education needs to adapt to changing conditions and evolve to survive.
How we think of objectives is misleading. The process of evolution is not a goal-oriented one. It does not have an end destination in mind or aims for an ‘A+’. The idea of a standardized curriculum, with standardized tests in standardized classes, thrived in an era of industrialisation. Our context has shifted radically. Education, like evolution, is better suited to following a process of trial and error, of experimentation and adaptation.
“When a measure becomes a target, it ceases to be a good measure.” – Goodhart’s Law
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