No offense to some, I take the time to continue posting my ideas on this blog. It is because since I published my response to the article published in La Presse , comments abound on this site and very few are laudatory. These negative comments are often far-fetched.
There is the tone. My tone would be condescending and moralistic. My opinions would be out of touch with the community. I was politely called a demagogue and reform lobbyist. I was even called a crusader (referring to the Christian crusades of the Middle Ages) and alluded to funders funding this blog. This last comment is quite funny and shows that there are people who are disconnected. In the age of web 2.0, is there nothing easier and more affordable than blogging? But the conspiracy theory does its work as soon as a voice is raised against that of the established order! For the rest, I will not note the derogatory comments of exceptional baseness from some.
These comments, very often, are in no way constructive and are often formulated in an emotional way. What is the point of criticizing or questioning if we do not offer anything in return? Or that we let our feelings of a hard week take over? I can believe that my ideas are clear cut, that they disturb and that they question the conception that many have of their profession. This is precisely the purpose of this blog!
The Insolences of Brother So-and-so
You remember the brother Doe and his quote tedious j e think we should close the Department (of Education) for two years, at least, and send all teachers at school? Heavy words at the time which contributed, believe it or not, to the teaching function. Anyway, Brother So-and-so had sent his manuscript to Éditions de L’Homme with the following warning: Attention! Explosive content! The latter Read the rest