The narrator of "¿Te aburrías en la Escuela?" explains the history of education, from learning through repetition to the standardized model of the industrial revolution. However, with science and technology transforming society, education needs to shift towards social and emotional learning, personalized education, and the development of creativity, passion, energy, and talent. The current system is not motivating for students used to having information readily available, and the narrator suggests a need for greater creativity and motivation in education to keep up with modern times.
00:00:00 In this section of the video, the narrator explains the history of education, starting with our ancestors who learned daily activities from each other through repetition and contact with others, until the invention of writing. With the industrial revolution, education became standardized to prepare workers for factory jobs. However, in the last 50 years, the world has changed dramatically, with science and technology leading to a shift from an industrial society to one based on ideas and creativity. Therefore, the narrator argues that education needs to be transformed to focus on social and emotional learning, personalized education, and the development of creativity, passion, energy, and talent. The narrator believes that the current education system is not very motivating for students who are accustomed to having information at their fingertips and suggests a need for greater motivation and creativity in education to keep up with modern times.