I’ve read your post, Lockias, after having written my last one. Of course I agree with your argument on:
However, it’s crucial to note that advocating for learning without a teacher doesn’t dismiss the value of teacher-facilitated learning. Rather, it underscores the evolving roles of educators and emphasizes the necessity to revamp the curriculum, along with the methods of assessment.
Remember, in your direction, that my Policy Brief on the topic points to the need of focus “WHAT TEACHING FOR WHAT LEARNING?”, which could be another eay of summarizing your argument.