Deconstructing Education & Psychology of Learning with Duc

What is wrong with traditional structures of learning?

Are we in a learning crisis?

How do we rekindle the love for learning in a learning crisis?

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A couple months ago, I was talking to my friend Duc about the education system, specifically in America, and all the problems that are a part of it. So, I thought it would be cool to turn our conversation into a podcast episode where we deconstruct what is wrong with the traditional structures of learning and potentially finding solutions to a brighter future for education.

It was a very interesting experience to dive deep into the topic of learning with someone who is not a teacher. In the hustle and bustle of life, many people struggle to find time to slow down to examine the nuances of learning. I am very grateful to have this opportunity to gain more insight in the field of education.

In this podcast episode, we explored these questions and topics:

Why do you feel so strongly about the current education system? 

Growing up, how would you describe your learning experience?

What would you say is currently wrong with the traditional structures of learning in our current society?

What are your thoughts on these learning theories: Constructivism, Situated Learning, Gagne’s 9 Events of instruction?

How did you rekindle your love for learning?

What are your potential solutions to the current learning crisis?

Enjoy our discussion here:


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