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kirstenpike

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Schools Restricting the Knowledge of Students
« on: October 02, 2019, 06:35:52 pm »
There was a time when the focus of public schools was to ensure that they were spreading religious ideas. However, that is not the case at present. The public schools have become more secular institutions and whatever students are taught now, is way ahead and different from what the real purpose was. It should be noted here that the main point of teaching has moved towards guiding students of what to think and how to think, rather than allowing them to explore their surroundings. Some students tend to venture out on their own. For instance, during research work for their homework, they tend to use a single reliable source for all write my essay to get the information they need.

This is what the current education system is not happy with. In some schools, teachers are completely banned from having any kind of discussion on evolution within the classroom. There is certain leeway in the sense that students are allowed to ask questions, but they must be answered in such a way that they do not explore the particular area further.

Some people are completely opposing this view of society. These people are of the view that constantly guiding students regarding what they should think or do, would restrict their growth significantly. Students must be allowed to explore any topic of interest and be able to ask questions related to it. A teacher?s responsibility is to ensure that she allows the student to grow. The school management would need to change their approach of how education is being carried out in schools. The focus should be not on what the current time is all about, but it should be aimed at the main reason for which the entire education system was created. The basic foundation must be strong.

relaxedmiss

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Re: Schools Restricting the Knowledge of Students
« Reply #1 on: December 04, 2019, 07:25:49 pm »
Vice. May may time na gusto ko lumapit sa kiosk ng Vice out of curiosity pero pag nakikita ko yung LED screen playing vid clips showing him making arte at kung ano-ano pa.. napapaatras ako. Bakit? Kasi it gives impression na yung products nya ay marketed mainly for LGBTs. Na kapag lumapit ako sa kiosk na yun to try his products ay mapagkakamalan akong LGBT: run 3 apk online.

May instance talaga na nasabi ko sa sarili ko na "naku baka magmukhang bakla ako pag maglipstick ako nyan.." Opinion ko lang naman yun. Sana yung marketing nya improve nya such that indi maiilang mapa-LGBT/babae/lalake (na gusto bumili as gift for their love ones).

Sweene36

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Re: Schools Restricting the Knowledge of Students
« Reply #2 on: December 06, 2019, 07:24:28 pm »
There was a time when the focus of public schools was to ensure that they were spreading religious ideas krogerfeedback.

Patric3k

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Re: Schools Restricting the Knowledge of Students
« Reply #3 on: January 24, 2020, 03:13:44 pm »
Worldwide, there are more non-learners in school than out of school.
« Last Edit: February 04, 2020, 03:27:33 pm by Patric3k »

JaneRose

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Re: Schools Restricting the Knowledge of Students
« Reply #4 on: March 24, 2020, 05:50:16 pm »
I agree with the author! it is outrageous to give students a framework and prevent them from developing. each student is free to choose what to believe and what to teach. teachers should help with this. they should not impose their point of view. writers on the https://pro-papers.com understand students at a glance and listen to them the process of writing work

javiergoldberg

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Re: Schools Restricting the Knowledge of Students
« Reply #5 on: April 09, 2020, 04:12:47 pm »
I also think the same way.
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Claudia985

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Re: Schools Restricting the Knowledge of Students
« Reply #6 on: April 14, 2020, 08:15:20 pm »
what about the other people? they never think about them. www.talktosonic.com
« Last Edit: April 15, 2020, 03:19:57 pm by Claudia985 »

 


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