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  1. Introduction
  2. The significant factors in education
  3. Banking concept of education
  4. Freedom: An essential
  5. The limitations
  6. The consequences that result from too much freedom
  7. The protective limitations in an education system
  8. Conclusion
  9. Works cited

Only by not imposing barriers in one's learning process can one become truly educated. This fact can be better illustrated through Adam Urbanski's saying, as he once stated that ?If we always do what we've always done, we will get what we've always got?. In other words, improvement in learning can only come from critical thinking and creativity.

[...] His strong endorsement of critical thinking and creativity can be further illustrated as he posed a solution to his criticism: ?Liberal education consists in acts of cognition, not transferrals of information. It is a learning situation in which the cognizable object (far from being the end of the cognitive act) intermediates the cognitive actors- teacher on the one hand and students on the other.?(p.249) His solution of learning in regard to exchanging thoughts between people is very significant, as it portrays how one can learn more effectively without being attached any limitations. [...]


[...] Therefore, this illustrates how certain barriers in education are a necessity, as they are essential from preventing students into walking the wrong path. Besides being difficult to eliminate in reality, limitations are also a necessity to prevent students from stepping into an irreversible pathway of failure. An example would be the young monk from Kim Ki Duk's film ?Spring, Summer, Autumn, Winter and Spring?, where he gained knowledge through exploring the nature freely with minimal supervision by his mentor. Due to his carefree surroundings, he became very creative, independent and individualistic. [...]

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