STRESSLESS SCHOOLING NEWS
LEARNING OR SUFFERING?
SEARCHING FOR NEW APPROACHES IN SCHOOL EDUCATION
The world has changed so much that this fact can no longer be ignored. It is necessary to look for new goals and methods of school education. Sometimes schools continue to teach as if it were not the second decade of the twenty-first century, but the dark Middle Ages.
Schools have to compete for children's attention, and teachers inevitably lose out to addicting computer games.
Knowledge does not linger in children's heads. It evaporates without a trace after the passed tests.
Ask the average student about what they are learning at school. At best, you will get a very vague answer.
Even great teachers fail to achieve persistent, and most importantly, meaningful knowledge from their students.
They are bored, they do not see the application of their knowledge. The most effective way to generate interest in a child is to provide him with access to the atmosphere of interest in which the people around him are. He will become absorbed incredibly quickly, and will learn what he would have learned at school on command in a month instead of 10 years (take the example of English, which, if interested, and teach 6-8 hours a day, can be learned much better than people, who learn it at school and speak as if they know only 3 words).
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