The Experience of Education

In spite of engaging in formal education every year since I was five, I never spent any time analyzing the process itself. It seemed odd to do so. It would be like considering deeply how I was breathing; useful, perhaps, but ultimately boring. Classrooms felt roughly analogous regardless of what state I happened to be in, and textbooks were nearly identical. Education, school, and learning were all just things I did, not activities I actively considered. Continue reading The Experience of Education