Today’s society is no longer integrated on the base of universally-recognized common values and moral rules, but it has produced an immense pluralism of models and behaviours– precursors of the uncertainty and unpretty to gain knowledge of ultimate goals is also the reason of adult’s role and education system crises. Thereby, it is essential that schools take a challenge and develop new dimensions for teaching and learning methods. Schools should play a “transactional” role for the benefit of students, creating new ways of communication and more innovative educational strategies marked out by relationships and, above all, by creative and charming teaching. Educating students for autonomy, sociality, critical sensibility and, above all, for creativity is a way to help them to develop critical thinking – a basic prerequisite to learning new knowledge and, more than anything, to start new behaviours.
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