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Ken Robinson states that revolutionising the education system, so learning is no longer linear, but organic, will support this change and resonate with the add more. The outcome of human development cannot be predicted, but through creating environments, in which individual can develop their…. Fielding Nair, 2015, recognises the four following aspects to be the most fundamental to support student-centred learning in MLE. The first is individualism. This characteristic provides the opportunity for children to develop and customise their own pathway, choosing to work individually or with others.
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The National Science Foundation has predicted the future when they said, “technology will have transformed American home, business, manufacturing, school, family and political life.” The report ' 'Teletext and Videotex in the United States, ' ' cites that teletext and videotext will blow everyone’s minds just like vehicles and televisions did. The results of this can be positive to open the doors for a variety of family activities, hobbies, and legacies. Yet the rise of technology, and especially videotext, can result in negativity, because it is most likely the privacy will decrease further. This goes beyond family life, as political and economic issues can be held at risk. The study also mentions working-from-home, which is very popular these days due to videotext and social media, online “home-based” shopping, and chat groups for people dealing with specific issues rather than people in the same grade in school.
Education, is a pivotal part of the childhood stage and because educators have so much interaction time with students, conservatives feel the need to monitor schooling to maintain hegemonic discourses surrounding gender (Robinson, 2008). Robinson (2008) explains that “schooling is viewed, and feared, by conservatives as a site where more liberal (‘politically correct’) ideals and values can potentially be aired unabated. Thus, schooling becomes a critical area perceived to require close surveillance to stabilise and reinforce the status quo”. Cartoons and children also have a strong relation and in most cases children adopt certain behaviours expressed in cartoons. The representation of a child cartoon as gay caused quite a stir and this panic is an example of how closely children’s early schooling experiences are monitored to not deviate from the hegemonic discourses that have become commonplace (Robinson, 2008).