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is unique, and learning is, therefore, idiosyncratic. We are better able to individualize learning.” (Forman 6) Loewen believes that our history is important to where we are as a society and what is in store for us as we improve on American history. Loewen makes it clear by stating, “Perhaps I do not need to convince you that American history is important. More than any other topic, it is about us. Whether one deems our present society wondrous or awful or both, history reveals how we arrived at this point. Understanding our past is central to our ability to understand ourselves and the world around us. We need to know our history, and according to C. Wright Mills, we know we do. (Loewen 5) In paragraph 14 Loewen mentions, “None of the facts is remembered, because they are presented simply as one damn thing after another. While textbook authors tend to include most to the trees and all too many twigs, they neglect to give readers even a glimpse of what they might find memorable.” (14) The majority of college students will complete courses they are not interested in learning from, but instead, completing the course only for the universities requirement. Today’s society must prepare to invest additional time for the purposes of mentoring and teaching four year college graduates the technical and ethically concepts for the organization they will begin his career with. Loewen makes the statement concerning the educational needs for students will continue throughout his career path. “Textbooks stifle meaning by suppressing causation. Students exit history textbooks without ever having developed the ability to think coherently
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Lingenfelter about social life.” (Loewen 4) Managers and supervisors have to realize where they come from and embrace the newly transformed student and further his education with experience and knowledge. Combining these attributes will prepare young adults for the challenges they will face during the career journey. Student, teacher, parent, peers, and mentors have the power and the responsibility to one another in the process for accumulating education provided by literature and the method it is transferred. Together these individuals can reverse the negative thoughts of depositing information from undesirable textbooks into a positive distribution between teacher and text.
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