The debate "Most of the times our education system forgets to teach the children the real lessons of life" was started by
June 18, 2018, 2:09 pm.
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That might be enough to see the common perception.
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I personally feel that education should have more of an application based approach.That is when children will start applying the education they have received in the real life. Cause education is no use if it is not put to use.
what specific parts of history do you believe was devalued?
The parents though should be able to chose who teaches what. The government should have to part in the education of kids.
US History has been devalued and the left has been able to lie and manufacture their view of our history.
Students in school have been taught about life lessons ever since the first day of school but most people don't realize it.
Arriving at school on time, having to work on assesment to get score, respecting teachers, etc. That's basically almost every life lesson you must have.
With that being said, I believe that school have taught students like they should work to achieve things, be discipline, respect older people, etc.
So please. School have taught many life lessons but because it is indirectly taught it doesn't mean the school don't teach it.
Agree. I think everyone should have a basic knowledge about : Financial things, logics and reasoning, moral and philosophy. There is a book about financial things that education system not support them. Here is the book : https://www.amazon.com/Rich-Dad-Poor-Teach-Middle/dp/1612680194/ref=pd_aw_sim_sbs_14_1/133-3869273-4557157?_encoding=UTF8&psc=1&refRID=JGHBSTEY9DFN7819NTJD
The real lesson about public schools is that some people can simply take children without any court oversight. Groups such as ICE and DCFS place the burden of getting the child back on the parent's financial ability to pay a lawyer and then demand court intervention. If the parent isn't wealthy, those who take the child from Chicago Public schools win without ever setting foot in the actual legal system, and the parents are considered punks and weaklings if they refuse to murder the transgressors and then go spend the rest of their life inside the prisons.
But the issue of real lessons of life should not depend on the morality of parents. All parents are different and their ethnics will not hold for all the aspects of life, in the long run their children will lack the understanding of some aspects of life. Therefore to alleviate this effect, teachers should be fully trained to teach not some ( like parents do) but all basic lessons of life but with the support from parents. This will ensure that no children is deprived of practical knowledge of life.
i completely agree with you now a days education is more about being a book worm rather than learning the reality of life. such kind of education is drifting us away from the reality . children are deprived of experiences and the practical education what they know is mugging up the entire book for the sake of marks ......
same with Colombia
I agree. Well, it just gives us more and more knowledge to keep up with the society, but isn't really helping who we should be. I know people who are intelligent but their attitudes is a disaster.
I can kind of agree with that. I don't know about in other places, but here in Canada they don't teach things like how to pay your taxes, how credit scores work etc. but if you need to calculate the circumference of a circle....
That is what parents with good moral foundations are for