In article <33163F30.11C9@ix.netcom.com>, email@example.com wrote: >Herman Rubin wrote: > >>Let people who have learned English and not "education" teach English. >>Let people who have learned mathematics and not "education" teach mathematics. >>Let people who have learned history and not "education" teach history, etc. > >Knowing only English, mathematics or history does NOT a good teacher make! How > can >one educate without knowing of education, at least on some level? > >Mike V.
Might even get more creativity and some more understandable explanations if we were to require the English teacher to teach math, the math teacher to teach history, and the history teacher to teach science. Certainly would command more exploration by the teachers and students. Just a thought.