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On Democracy and Education

How Can Education Be Increasingly Left Up to the Students Themselves

Robert Weinrich

This book tries to replace the current ways of teaching by providing a year-long teaching plan based on basic courses for research, perception analysis, feedback, teamwork, rhetoric, sensory reporting, basic numerology, and a basic question-and-answer course. Applying these courses would allow teachers to employ their imagination and to help the students to develop their manifold abilities.
Contents: Stimulating up the audience – Preparations for the basic course group – Special preparations for a basic perceptions course – Towards a basic course in perception – Towards a basic question/answer course – Application examples for the basic course group to do – Preconditions for the application of the basic course to promote.