By Robert Gauldin
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The new symbolic or informational paradigm acknowledges the complexity and diversity of the present world, the importance of intuition and imagination as ways of knowing, and the role of human ingenuity in finding solutions to contemporary challenges—values consistent with a rich artistic life in schools and all the other places where learning takes place. Despite the difficulties of finding a way through these competing, sometimes conflicting worldviews, deciding which of the old to hold onto and which of the new to accept, transforming education necessitates meeting these challenges.
I am uncomfortable with this approach because it substitutes one potential tyranny for another. Also, each view taken by itself is too limited. Göttner-Abendroth’s patriarchal view excludes the felt aspects of art—its erotic, playful, and immediate value in everyday, ordinary life. Her matriarchal view excludes the values of discipline, intellectual appeal for a relatively few initiates, hierarchical organization, and separateness from the ordinary, everyday world. A dialectical approach that holds both perspectives in view while seeking to work through aspects that remain in tension one with another, even though they are sometimes difficult to meld or reconcile, seems preferable because it allows both perspectives to be taken into account in forging solutions.
Creative thinking and a high level of educational skill are required at every point in the organization and on the part of every individual within it. PX017A_02_19-47 17/10/02 15:43 Page 27 Justifying Transformation 27 Corresponding changes occur in societal institutions. During the industrial age the school and factory assumed activities previously undertaken in the home. The third-wave society “re-empowers the family and the home” and in so doing, recognizes the diversity of an institution previously standardized and restricted in concept.
A Practical Approach to Sixteenth-Century Counterpoint by Robert Gauldin