In closing, here are my final thoughts on the article:
As teachers, it is up to us to utilize things that Tyler's Rationale in that we take out the parts we consider key and critical, while recycling the rest. It’s entirely possible for something to give good points while simultaneously offering things we largely disagree on. Education and learning is about creating our own knowledge based on a plethora of thoughts and ideas. We can accept that things we may not necessarily agree with can work in certain settings, or worked previously, but also challenge that perhaps something else works better now. Learning is an ongoing process of trial and error and as teachers, we are forever going to be challenged to new norms and outcomes as set by society and our students.