“A little learning is a dangerous thing”

In an essay by Alexander Pope (1709) he famously wrote, “A little learning is a dangerous thing.”  This statement opens an argument that those with inadequate information may only understand the most evident causes, leading them to an unbalanced comprehension.  Naive assessments or perceptions, although lacking knowledge of all the necessary information, might inadvertently accomplish a certainContinue reading ““A little learning is a dangerous thing””

Social Responsibility of Educators

Author Huda Alsaeed (2022) defined social responsibility as a multifaceted concept that incorporates many different areas of responsibility, such as personal, those involving family and friends, and one to the community. In his article, he argues that social responsibility is essentially important for both individuals and society as one. Public educators are often encouraged toContinue reading “Social Responsibility of Educators”