Henrick Oprea does not believe in a one size fits all model of education. He looks at the differences between students, how they interact, what is progression and reflects on ‘connections connections connections’ , noting that teachers are not capable of doing it all:

We don’t learn from school exclusively, and this should have already become crystal clear with the revolution that technology is likely to bring about in learning. We learn best from one another. We learn when we’re challenged and when we are stimulate to think differently, to find viewpoints to support our opinions. This will rarely come from a group of people who have grown up exposed to the same old ideas. If we confine a group of people into one single space, with access to the same sources of information, these people are likely to end up having a lot more things in common in their way of looking at the world than we may think

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