Intro Mindmap for Section 921

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1. 2) Learning ends when you leave the classroom

1.1. - In reality, most learnings happen outside the classroom - There are so many valuable things you can't learn from the textbook (Ex. Interpersonal skills, teambuilding skills, etc.)

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3. Most Dangerous:

4. Days off are always more fun than sitting in the classroom

4.1. Balanced lifestyle is needed

4.2. If you're learning something about your passion, then it's more fun than sitting around

5. There is a very clear, single path to success

5.1. This limits creativity

6. The most dangerous:

7. Group 112

7.1. Most Dangerous:

7.1.1. "There is a very clear, single path to success"

7.1.1.1. There is a great trend nowadays for kids to go through school and university to ensure their success and secure a job with a high salary. It becomes like a conveyer belt mechanism where people aren't experiencing and going to school to learn, but just to use an education as a stepping stone.

7.1.2. "What the book says is always true"

7.1.2.1. Opinions may be biased depending on who writes it

7.1.2.2. With new technologies, field developments, different edition, books may become out of date quickly.

7.2. Least Dangerous

7.2.1. New node

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8.1. New node

9. Group 101

9.1. Most Dangerous

9.1.1. Learning ends when you leave the classroom.

9.1.2. A large part of creativity and innovation is that extra work and interest that you put in yourself, as well as being able to adapt to changes in your own time.

9.1.3. There is a clear, single path to success.

9.2. Least Dangerous

9.2.1. Behaving yourself is as important as getting good marks

10. Group 106

10.1. Most Dangerous

10.1.1. There is a very clear, single path to success

10.1.1.1. This limits creativity

10.1.1.2. People have different definition of what success is

10.2. Not as Dangerous

10.2.1. What the books say is always true

10.2.1.1. Books provide a foundation for knowledge, but it doesn't provide the WHOLE story. It's up to you to figure out what you need

10.2.2. Days off are always more fun than sitting in the classroom

10.2.2.1. People learning about their passion will find it fun in the classroom

11. Group 107

11.1. MOST DANGEROUS

11.1.1. 5. There is a very clear, single path to success. - Makes you prone to doing things you don't like doing - Brainwashed to think it's the only way to do things

11.2. 2 LEAST DANGEROUS

11.2.1. 8. Days off are always more fun than sitting in the classroom. - People are more and more understanding that if you follow your interests, your job is like your days off

11.2.2. 6. Behaving yourself is as important as getting good marks. - Not really dangerous as everyone should behave themselves - Will lead to less problems in society

12. Group 116

12.1. Most Dangerous

12.1.1. "Learning ends when you leave the classroom."

12.1.1.1. The classroom is only a little box in a big world, it doesn't have all the answers.

12.2. Not as Dangerous

12.2.1. "Days off are always more fun than sitting in the classroom."

12.2.1.1. It's not always a bad thing to think of days off as more fun; sometimes we just think of them being a break from what we normally do.

12.2.2. "Behaving yourself is as important as getting good marks."

12.2.2.1. It may be dangerous but at least it has the potential to teach people "time and place" for their comments.

13. Group 117

13.1. Most Dangerous

13.1.1. what the book says is always ture

13.1.1.1. the fact or the society is changing all the time, we can not always follow the books.

13.1.1.2. The most dangerous is: what the book says is always true. This can be dangerous for many reasons: 1) stifles creativity, 2) imposes a blind trust system, 3) demands complete and unquestioning obedience, and 4) implies that there is punishment involved for believing otherwise. Moreover, it can be dangerous in that false information or misleading information can deceive entire nations and societies. It can shape culture falsely.

13.2. Not as Dangerous

13.2.1. 7. Standardized tests measure your value

13.2.1.1. New node

13.2.1.2. as everyone is different from each other, tests actually are not fair. However, it can be a comparetive rule to measure. The society does need a rule to evaluate.

13.2.2. 8. Days off are always more fun than sitting in the classroom.

14. Group 118

14.1. Dangerous: behaving as important as good marks; it is actually not that directly related because shrinking into a hole defeats the purpose of challenging ideas; Dangerous: #5 One track to success limits one's choices/opportunities/POV. Good grades don't translate into "success".

14.2. Not dangerous: Having Standard test, it is efficient, improvements can be incorporating other performance metrics

14.3. Dangerous: 7). Standardized tests measure your value.

15. Group 120

15.1. Not as Dangerous

15.1.1. 6) Behaving yourself is as important as getting good marks

15.1.1.1. - The statement is true, but neither are actually important

15.1.2. 8) Days off are always more fun than sitting in the classroom

15.1.2.1. - There's nothing wrong with having more fun on a day off; it's not dangerous and it motivates you - There is a question on the word "always"

16. Group 115

16.1. Most dangerous

16.1.1. "The people in charge have all the answers": this is how the hierarchy ensues in any company, where buearucracy and corruption can be formed.

16.1.1.1. People stop thinking; allow others to think for them

16.2. Not as dangerous

16.2.1. Standardized tests measure your value: in a sense, it true that a form of standardized testing is what keeps all the tests fair

16.2.2. Days off are always more fun than sitting in the class room: though the materials explored in classrooms are important, days off do provide opportunities for individuals to explore their own interests at their own paces

16.2.3. "Behaving yourself is as important as getting good marks." Being able to behave yourself is like having discipline and is linked to your mindset of "getting good marks". Your perspective and attitude reflects how well you do in school.

17. Group 108

17.1. Most Dangerous

17.1.1. 7. Standardized tests measure your value

17.1.1.1. There are many different methods to measure value and the more methods you limit, such as only looking at standardized exams, the more worse off everyone will be.

17.2. Least Dangerous

17.2.1. 6. Behaving yourself is as important as getting good marks

17.2.1.1. Behaving yourself is being able to express yourself. Without some good marks and a bit of an education, you may lose opportunities to express yourself in the future.

17.2.2. 5. There is a very clear, single path to success

17.2.2.1. This is self correcting. Taking one path can actually lead to forks in the road later. Beyond this, you may actually find success by following this single path and deviating eventually.

18. Group 109

18.1. Not as Dangerous

18.1.1. Days off are always more fun than sitting in the classroom

18.1.1.1. Some may learn from different experiences occurring outside the classroom. Interacting with other people, environment, and society outside the classroom and school presents something that is beyond what the lectures teach. Experiences from our days off can be something outside the box.

18.1.2. Behaving yourself is as important as getting good marks

18.1.2.1. Pretending to be someone whom we are not hinders our unique abilities and traits from shining brightly. Since we do our best when we do what is ours, behaving ourselves (with strong morals and virtues) is just as important as being successful academically.

18.2. Most Dangerous

18.2.1. There is a very clear, single path to success

18.2.1.1. Life is not a question with a single answer; it has multiple answers. In believing this, people may limit themselves to a one-track way of trying to achieve success and may not explore ideas as fully.

19. Group 110

19.1. Less dangerous

19.1.1. Behaving yourself is as important as getting good marks

19.1.1.1. This statement is open to interpretation and depends on the context. If this statement were completely disregarded, people might ignore their core values in pursuit of their goals, harming their character in the long run. The ends do not always justify the means. For example, a student might choose to plagiarize their final paper in order to get good marks, whereas the 'well-behaved' student might suffer because they were honest in their work.

19.1.2. Days off are always more fun than sitting in the classroom

19.1.2.1. If you were to live by this principle, you would not necessarily fall into some kind of 'trap'. You need a balance of hard work and play; that is, have times for intense thought and mental and physical exertion and rest periods in order to improve.

19.2. Most Dangerous

19.2.1. The people in charge have all the answers

19.2.1.1. With the rise of technology and the internet, everyone can have access to information. Therefore, anyone can possess and discover the answers to the questions of the world. Also, giving power to a very select few can stifle creativity.

19.2.2. There is a very, clear single path to success

19.2.2.1. e.g. Steve Jobs and Bill Gates dropped out of college and proceeded to develop their ideas and built multi-billion dollar businesses. Their ideas stemmed from own discovery and curiosity rather than the traditional path of learning

20. Group 103

20.1. Most dangerous:

20.1.1. There is a very clear, single path to success

20.1.1.1. There are many examples of people who didn't attend or finish post secondary education that became successful. There are other ways to become successful. Ex: learning a trade, etc.

20.2. Least Dangerous

20.2.1. Days off are always more fun than sitting in the classroom.

20.2.1.1. self-explanatory :-]

20.2.2. The purpose of your education is your future career

20.2.2.1. The purpose of attending school is to further your education in order to obtain a well paying job. Why else would someone pay money to go to school then?

21. Group 102

21.1. Most Dangerous

21.1.1. Learning ends when you leave the classroom

21.1.1.1. What we learn in classroom is very limited, this essentially boxes people's mind making them unable to interact and learn about their environment, decreasing innovation and makes people unaware of surrounding information.

21.2. Least Dangerous

21.2.1. The purpose of your education is your future career

21.2.1.1. Most people learn to find a purpose of their lives at a certain stage. They will be able to learn that education and career is not always related in a form that it is education is needed for successful career.

21.2.2. Behaving yourself is as important as getting good marks

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22. Group 105

22.1. Least Dangerous

22.1.1. Days off are always more fun than sitting in the classroom

22.1.2. The purpose of your education is your future career

22.2. Most Dangerous

22.2.1. Behaving yourself is as important as getting good grades

23. Group 114

23.1. The most dangerous one is "what books say is always true." This stifles innovation in a time when entrepreneurship and creativity are so heavily relied upon.

23.2. Not As Dangerous: 1). Days off are always more fun than sitting in the classroom.

23.2.1. Reason:

23.3. not as dangerous: 2) standar

24. Group 113

24.1. Most Dangerous

24.1.1. 7. Standardized tests measure your value -fails to acknowledge the fact that people are not standardized

24.2. Least Dangerous

24.2.1. 2. Learning ends when you leave the classroom- one eventually experiences and understands that this is not true (i.e. street smarts, learning by doing etc.)

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26. Group 104

26.1. Most Dangerous

26.1.1. Learning ends when you leave the classroom

26.1.1.1. Learning is a lifelong process that is not restricted to simply the education we receive in school. We should keep an open mind and continue beyond the classroom.

26.2. Least Dangerous

26.2.1. Days off are always more fun than sitting in the classroom

26.2.1.1. You can't always enjoy everything that you learn in the classroom. Despite enjoyable in-class activities, activities outside the classroom are usually more novel.

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29. Group 119

29.1. Not As Dangerous: 1) Days off are always more fun than sitting in the classroom. 2) Learning ends when you leave the classroom

29.1.1. Why: 1) It is not always to think that days off are more fun since in this way students would have more motivation to get more study done in school days so that they could enjoy the days off.

29.2. Dangerous: The people in charge have all the answers

29.2.1. Why: The people in charge, politicians and corporate leaders have answers to issues that we dont, they have control of secret information that determines the economy

29.3. Not as dangerous: 1. test scores, 2. people in charge has all the answers. by the time test scores start becoming " important " we will realize that being an all around student is much more important than simply test scores. As for the latter, through the years we will find that nobody is perfect.

29.4. New node

30. Group 111

30.1. Most Dangerous

30.1.1. #7 - Standardized tests measure your value

30.2. Not As Dangerous

30.2.1. #8 - Days off are always more fun than sitting in the classroom

30.2.2. #6 -

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