The pedagogy of resonance is an educational approach that aims to arouse the interest and motivation of students by offering them activities that resonate with their own interests and passions. The aim of this approach is to create a learning environment where students are actors in their own development and where they can explore and experiment independently. Resonance Pedagogy also emphasizes the development of skills and values such as creativity, collaboration, and critical thinking, which are considered essential for success in an ever-changing world.
On the one hand, there are well-to-do people who grew up in schools in good condition, with civilized people, attentive, patient and who learned to resonate with the world, with others. These people know the rules of society, they like politics, religion, philosophy, they know how to write, play a musical instrument. They are interested in the rights and freedoms of every human being on Earth.
On the other side, there are people who come from a more modest background and who have grown up in dilapidated schools, in the process of collapsing, with tense people, full of hatreds, with great deficits in terms of of empathy, of humanity. They had to come into conflict with these people, to be able to survive, they were harassed, chased. These people are not in resonance, they are on the contrary in alienation. They are alienated from others, from society. They don't understand the rules of society. They are self-centered. They unconsciously want to destroy society, to rebuild everything with better foundations according to them.
Over time, the number of people in resonance with the world decreases, while the number of people in alienation increases. Moreover the alienation becomes more and more extreme. This is all the more true as public services deteriorate. With the education which is more and more bad, the children always make more mistakes during the dictations. The system to overcome this lack of education was content to reduce the level of notation of the various examinations.
The result is a world where society becomes binary, with those who are for, those who are against. We no longer try to find a happy medium, we no longer seek to agree, diplomacy disappears. We are at war. We seek to annihilate those who do not think like us. There is no longer a gray zone, only white and black. It's the return of the 30s of the 20th century.
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