For a young country like Singapore, which is only celebrating its 50th year, the place that it has attained on the world stage is completely remarkable.
A 16 years old Singaporean boy, graduated from one of the Primary University in Singapore shared few points which he wish to change, if he was the Education Minister. All he thinks is to change the education system, making it easy for the students to learn and write. Review these points and share you feedback,
IN, a weekly publication of the Straits Times exclusively focused at secondary school students and education in Singapore, featured some of the greatest Singapore innovations from the last 50 years in its special edition on the first day of the New Year.
Lately, students are losing the charm of studying to online games. Kids are not as enthusiastic about school and exams, as they are about new games, smartphones, consoles and LAN parties. This is because, instead of studies, these students are addicted to online gaming.
The concept of Bamboo School basically is for the rural and poor children who want to get education but are incapable of going to a better school for some or the other reasons. The Bamboo School is an innovation that begins with all school acquisitions, procurements and assessments all by students themselves. Even the selection of incoming students and teacher, community related services and other activities related to student businesses are also the work of students.
Education is very important in a country’s growth. From years there have been several debates, conferences, etc. for solidifying the roots of education all across the world. But, Mr. Taleb (a famous aouthor), thinks in another way. He agrees to the point education helps to preserve wealth. But, too much education removes entrepreneurs from the system, turning them to bureaucrats. Find out, what reasons he give for this.
Imparting education is the noblest work on the earth. There are several children who cannot reach their learning schools or reading classes due to lack of sources. But, there is a lot one can do with little efforts. Read out, how Ms Wah stepped ahead to do this.
Not all are blessed with the same powers. There are several who are born with one or the other physical impairment. But, that doesn’t mean they don’t have equal rights as the normal children have.
A school in rural Thailand is changing the way education is imparted and governed.
Tertiary education has received an enormous boost in funding, as the education ministry has come to acknowledge its importance.