“Nothing to Teach! …”

Here is a very interesting essay delivered ten years ago at a conference on the ethics of assessment in education.

http://web.utk.edu/~unistudy/values/ethics98/miller.htm

The author, David L. Miller, is a Professor Religions, Emeritus, at Syracuse University. His research areas are in Religion and Myth, Depth Psychology and Literary Theory.

I wonder how the changing paradigms of education/teaching/learning could be linked to changes in  communication/media/digital cultures?

I LOVE THIS ESSAY.
This is not required reading. Just sharing, particularly for those of you interested in ethics, education or philosophy.

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