Knowledge crystallization

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This is a stub of a missing page from "I would never send my kids to school" by Piotr Wozniak (2017). This e-book is being uploaded incrementally, and some pages are still missing. Please come back in a month or two. If the text is still not there mail me!

Knowledge crystallization metaphor explains how knowledge is built into coherent structures in a way similar to building crystals.

Three ways of building crystals:

  • perfect large crystal: perfect education is supposed to build a perfect crystal, but it never works this way
  • huge disorganized crystal: self-learning leads to organic crystal growth with a large surface that activates the learn drive
  • tiny incoherent grains: incoherent tiny crystals of stunted knowledge (i.e. how education actually works most of the time)