Transcript
  • 00:00    |    
    Initial credits
  • 19.1    |    
    Interview with Michael Strong by Luis Figueroa
  • 29.7    |    
    What is so great about Socratic practice?
  • 01:10    |    
    What is the effect of this method in the classroom?
  • 02:08    |    
    Who teaches the class?
  • 02:52.400000000000006    |    
    Do the students resent the lack of guidance from the teacher?
  • 03:59.5    |    
    How do you know that Socratic practice works well in the classroom?
  • 05:07    |    
    What does this method demand from the tutor and the students?
  • 05:52    |    
    How does Socratic practice contribute to freedom and peace?
  • 07:21    |    
    Final words
  • 07:31    |    
    Final credits


Interview with Michael Strong by Luis Figueroa

New Media  | 26 de marzo de 2008  | Vistas: 1446

Michael Strong discusses Socratic practice in the classroom and how this method of learning gives students skills in critical thinking. Even though there is a leader who may function as a guide, students learn for and by themselves. Socratic practice also promotes freedom and peace at a higher level, allowing participants to express their own ideas and teaching them to listen to other people's beliefs.




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