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  • The Role Of Education In Education

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    responsibility, to foster sustainability, by providing skills of lifelong learning and building up the nation’s future by providing quality education to the young learners. According to Hartwell and Vargas-Baron (1998), “Concept of quality is not based on how well a few succeed, but rather on how well all succeed. Quality, thus, is attained when all student succeed in learning, according to their learning styles and abilities, not just those who are judged in traditional terms to be the most able

  • The Role Of Education In Education

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    One of the very foundations of society is the education system. It prepares the next generation to take over and better the world. Unfortunately, this system is flawed and the children suffer. However, I believe that we can still achieve equity and well-being in public education. Through combining the work of social workers and educators it’s possible to create an education system where all students have their needs met and are able to function at their best ability. In order to achieve this

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    environment, that is not always the case. There is no way students will feel comfortable enough to express themselves if the educators do not feel as if they, themselves can not be who they are. Certain prejudicial views or beliefs that are affecting the education system can be found within the

  • The Role Of Education In Education

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    Award-winning actor Edward James Olmos once said, “Education is the vaccine for violence” (Rock, 2010, 61). Indeed, education has been championed as the solution to many of the problems society is facing today. Many deem that not only does education enhance knowledge and understanding, it also teaches new skills, and imparts values and wisdom in how one should lead his or her life. While I do agree to the extent that education only plays a supporting role in inculcating morality into students, there are

  • Role of Education

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    The role of Assessment in Education System Education is the most important aspect in people’s lives. In today’s society, education is essential in order to be successful economically and socially. ‘Durkheim believes that education enables children to internalize the social rules that contribute to the functioning of the society’ (Giddens, A., 2006, p.686). He also claimed that education should be under the control of the state, free from special interest groups. Other than this, ‘Karl Marx, the

  • Role of Education

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    INTRODUCTION IMPORTANCE OF EDUCATION Generally, at the start of a very young age, children learn to develop and use their mental, moral and physical powers, which they acquire through various types of education. Education is commonly referred to as the process of learning and obtaining knowledge at school, in a form of formal education. However, the process of education does not only start when a child first attends school. Education begins at home. One does not only acquire knowledge from a teacher;

  • Role Of Education In Education

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    Future educators have many responsibilities such as organising and taking part in school events, working with parents, grading, and most importantly delivering the lesson to where the student will understand. Taking part in school activities helps the teacher get more involved, as to helping the students that school is fun and has more is it that just learning school lessons. There will be lessons on how to learn to be social with other classmates. Working with parents is a very important part in

  • Role Of Education In Public Education

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    WHAT IS THE ROLE OF THE MEDIA IN PUBLIC CIVIC EDUCATION? “Media corporations have a civic responsibility not only to prevent fraud and financial abuse, but also to not corrupt or degrade our culture” (Pickering, 2017). Society has always had an interest in how students are educated in schools and prepared for citizenship to take part in civic life since the late 1800’s. Because of the limited civic knowledge, poor civic dispositions, and dysfunctional political landscape, it was the job of the schools

  • Education And The Role Of Education In China

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    with the examination-oriented education since we are born. We never think about whether our school life is colourful or inspiring and we never doubt the education system as all Chinese have experienced the same way. What is the role of education in our life? Is it supposed to stifle our imagination or creativity? Does it help us to cultivate a perfect personality? Do you want your generations to have a stressed school life like you? So, we need to change the education system in China. Although Chinese

  • What Is The Role Of Education In Education

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    It is the role of an educator to affect learning and personal growth in students by creating an environment and an experience that fosters intellectual curiosity, social responsibility, and purposeful creativity as these are the means for every child to become a uniquely remarkable citizen. Building a mutually respectful, honest relationship with students based on trust and caring, both in and outside of the classroom, is crucial in order to be successful; educators must demonstrate impeccable ethics