What Makes A Good Education System?

Education can affect the world. Increased access to high-quality education has the potential to alter a person, a community, and society as a whole. Investing in education has undeniable benefits: it decreases gender disparity, enhances economic growth, promotes peace, and lifts people out of poverty.

However, because different countries have different approaches to education, it’s difficult to establish a system that can be called ideal and fulfill the worldwide need for “a great education system”. However, the topic of what is the key to a successful education system is a matter of controversy in modern society. It is obvious that a variety of elements influence the educational process, and it is nearly difficult to pinpoint the one aspect that mainly leads to a successful educational system.

Based on my opinion, here are some of the most important factors that define a good education system:

Equality Between All Students

Because education inequality is a problem in many nations, it is critical to concentrate attention on this issue to improve the system. Students from poor backgrounds do not have the same chances as students from high-income families since they do not have access to private schools, tutors, or extra classes. They have a lower opportunity of acceptance into a university because they do not have the financial resources.  

Moreover, boys’ and girls’ opportunities to attend and be assessed at school should be the same. No matter what gender a student is, they should be able to go to school; teachers should look at the student’s results and give students of both genders an opportunity to demonstrate their abilities without any gender differences.

In addition, students from different countries of color should be treated equally; everyone has the same right to go to school, eat, work, and give opinions. Schools should educate their students and require that teachers must treat equally students of all races, gender, and sexual orientation.

Friendly Environment

Students may feel uncomfortable and unhappy at schools for many reasons: peers pressure, too much homework, stressful exams, boring classes, teachers’ bad attitudes. As a result, schools should concentrate their efforts on cultivating a climate of trust and comfort at school. It is important to instil in pupils the belief that they can trust their professors and that they may look for assistance if they require it. Students should be able to receive assistance and be led if they are unsure of which path they should take for their education.

The sustainable development goal of schools should be to build a friendly and healthy environment for students. This will help students learn and practice in the best environment, as well as having a healthy educational competition with the other classmates, thereby promoting their best ability for their scholastic achievements.

Teachers’ Professionalism

Because the learning process is constantly decided by how the teacher constructs it, it is extremely critical to ensure that teachers have a high degree of qualification. Teachers’ degree of professionalism is determined not only by their expertise but also by their willingness to work with and understand the students. The capacity of the teacher to interact with kids, find a way to approach them, and give them opportunities to exhibit their creativity and skills is crucial to creating a comfortable environment in the classroom.

A great teacher will be a successful leader who can motivate pupils with his or her influence and provide them with a good example to emulate so that their students can achieve better outcomes. Teachers are also not allowed to favor any student and should keep a neutral and objective attitude in all situations occurring in the classroom to avoid causing psychological harm to students.

Less Homework

Teachers should assign a small amount of homework to students instead of giving too much. It’s difficult for students to find the motivation to finish the homework after a long and tiring day at school when they can barely think about the homework. Such a large quantity of homework is ineffective because children do not comprehend information at home once they have gained sufficient knowledge at school.

Homework should be an extra activity that aids students in remembering and refreshing material more effectively, but there is no need to make them struggle to solve a difficult problem. Less homework will enhance the students’ ability to work in class since they will have more energy which allows them to better perceive lessons provided by the teacher.

Apply New Technologies Into Curriculumn

In the modern world, new technology plays an important role in the field of education. Schools should let students practice and familiarize themselves with new technologies so that later on they will not have difficulty going to work at large companies where new and modern technologies are applied. Students of the current generation are used to utilizing their mobile devices in their daily lives, so they will be more at ease throughout the learning process with the assistance of new technologies that may make the process more efficient and entertaining.

Students will find that having their textbooks on laptops or tablets is far more convenient than bringing heavy books to school. New technologies provide a plethora of possibilities for making the learning process more interactive and engaging students in more productive work.

In conclusion, these are the things that can improve the educational system. It’s critical to establish an environment in which kids feel less stressed and free to be themselves, regardless of their background.

A good educational system should be built on psychological comfort and equality, where all teachers are dedicated to their jobs and can tailor an approach to each student in order to provide all students with effective communication and solve problems that may arise during the learning process.

At Project Sprouts, we realize that we can not solve all the problems of poverty in a situation like this. But we can seek to make a difference in the lives of needy children by giving them school supplies and encouraging them to continue their education; we can give them winter coats, boots, and blankets to help them stay warm during the cold winter months.

Project Sprouts would love to have you be a part of our community and help us to help worthy children in North Vietnam. 

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Should Schools Be Responsible For Teaching Social Skills And Non-Academic Courses?

For a long time, education has played an indisputable role around the globe. However, it is critical to utilize it correctly to enjoy the greatest benefits. School curricula are usually a source of heated discussion. Many people have recently proposed that schools should solely be responsible for teaching academic abilities, rather than social skills. While these individuals provide some logical and helpful analyses, I feel that they do not represent the entire picture.

You can find out more by reading Should Schools Be Responsible For Teaching Social Skills And Non-Academic Courses? by clicking here.

4 Reasons Why Education Can Change People’s Lives

In this day and age, education becomes more and more important than ever, especially in “The Fourth Industrial Revolution.” One of the facts that we can observe obviously is that there are a larger number of people who study at universities or colleges for Bachelors degree and Master degree than there were in the past. The reason for this phenomenon is that society now requires people to have a high education level to get a good job and have a stable life.

You can find out more by reading 4 Reasons Why Education Can Change People’s Lives by clicking here.

Huong Nhi Nguyen

I am Huong Nhi, and my favorite things are reading books, listening to some pop music, or just relaxing under the sunlight and enjoying the day. Writing may sound a little bit boring, but when you start it, you cannot escape from the feeling of being addicted to it without stopping. My favorite quote is “In the midst of winter, I found there was, within me, an invincible summer” by Albert Camus.

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