Tag: #educating

OVERCROWDING: WAYS TO KEEP SCHOOLS FROM GOING OVER THE RECOMMENDED POPULATION

“Navigating these halls can be impossible.” school population Walking the halls of certain high schools, you can’t help but to notice there is a major population issue with some of them. And the issue has been a problem for some time now. But how…

KNOWING ISNT ALWAYS KNOWING: HAVING AN EDUCATION IS NOT EDUCATED

“Knowing too much of nothing.” the learned We have so many people in our world who are scholarly individuals. But what happens when you’re dealing with a person with such a high aptitude as it pertains to learning, but they have no true knowledge…

FALSE SENSE OF ACCOMPLISHMENTS: WHY FORCING GOOD GRADES ARE BAD FOR STUDENTS —

“The final grade is final.” performance When students are in school, taking a test is major outcome of their overall grade in class. And when that grade is low, no matter how good your grades during the quarter or semester, it hurts your overall…

DANGEROUSLY SMART: THE MORE EDUCATED WE BECOME THE MORE PROBLEMS WE CAUSE

“We get smarter, and we get more dangerous.” learning to scale The more educated we become the farther away from ourselves we get as people. You would think that the education would make us better. But what we have done is become more aware,…

GENDER ENCOURAGEMENT: WHY AREN’T GIRLS PUSHED LIKE BOYS IN SCHOOL

“We need them as much as we need us.” girls! girls! girls! In schools, we have always encouraged the boys more than we have encouraged the girls. When the hard work must be put in, we have always told the boys, this is what…

LOST INTENTIONS: WHY THE TELEVISION LOST ITS ORIGINAL USE

“Really, used for learning.” the television When the television was first invented, it was designed to be used as a tool to educate the public. Now, the television is used as a medium to entertain people. And for the longest, the entertainment came from…

ACADEMIC LOST LOVE: WHY WE AREN’T EDUCATING OUR CHILDREN ENOUGH IN PUBLIC SCHOOLS IN AMERICA

“They’re failing and it’s our fault.” When observing the academic landscape of America, and the rest of the world, you can’t help but realize that the rest of the planet is passing us by. And I am using the word everybody when looking at…