The Right To Learn

My own philosophy is revolutionary rather than reformist in its concept of change. But the revolution I envision is of ideas, not of technology. It consists of new understandings of specific subject domains and in new understandings of the process of learning itself. It consists of a new and much more ambitious setting of the sights of educational aspiration.

Seymour Papert, Mathematician, Scientist, Educator


The Right to Learn paper is a result of the conversations and thinking that emerged from the the inaugural Big Ideas Global Summit, held in Northport, Maine, June 2010.




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