European Education

Born school organizations like the then growing textile mills, the factor of "discipline" is critical, you change the creativity and freedom of the craftsman for the accuracy and speed of the worker, factory-like spaces, large classrooms with hundreds of students different levels, sitting on benches formed in rows (Gvirtz, 2007). At this point requires mass education, happiness has no place here. "The pleasure is like a catharsis necessary to return to class … because students in the class must be static, sitting, staring, motionless in front … the students go to recess stampede in disarray as if it came out of a cage or running of the bulls …

Robert Walser. (Jaume Trilla, 2002). The new type of education is happiness or game as a nuisance, although the latter is missed, valued and fought among students. According to Dr Gallegos mechanistic education, based on the assembly line of factories (S. XVIII, XIX) resembles industrial production of an object.

"Students are like objects that are mass produced, which seeks the standardization of knowledge, evaluates them all under the same criteria, basing everything on mechanical processes of instruction rather than education …" (Gallegos , 2001). Stefan Zeig, (2002) in his book "the world of yesterday. Memoirs of a European" draws wonderfully remote and forgotten place where you will find happiness at this time. "If I am to be honest, all my school time was not constant but boring and tiring, which increased from year to year because of my impatience to get rid of that annoying routine." Can not remember feeling "cheerful and happy" at any time during my school years ….