Article in Response to Controversy
We describe the five minds that should be nurtured in all children to prepare them to become both good workers and good citizens of a complex, every-changing society. In light of the central role that digital media technologies play in such a society, we explore the way in which digital media affect the development and expression of the five minds, as well as the distinct challenges of cultivating each mind in a digital era. We then delineate the types of schools we believe are best suited to meet these challenges. In conclusion, we consider the pedagogical practices required to develop the five minds and the policies and practices that powerfully affect what happens within the classroom walls.
Davis, Katie and Gardner, Howard
"Five Minds Our Children Deserve: Why They’re Needed, How To Nurture Them,"
Journal of Educational Controversy: Vol. 6:
1, Article 10.
Available at: https://cedar.wwu.edu/jec/vol6/iss1/10
Subjects - Topical (LCSH)
Education--Philosophy; Students--Psychology; Digital media; Internet and youth; Teachers--Training of--United States