Research for Teaching sys Ramona The two most important issues in education for me are the lack of committed and passionate teachers and the need for universal education, Regarding commitment and passion, this awareness arouse after one Of my placements, Where I saw the grim attitude and non-existent passion Of a teacher. The teachers’ role was absent and it affected every aspect of that classroom, which had a ripple effect. From children being excluded, to children being screamed at, to parents being lied to, it was one of the most heartbreaking yet eye-opening things I had ever experienced.
Being able to witness such behavior has allowed made me understand the significance of steadfastness in the education Industry. I was made more aware of this matter through social media videos and the news, where certain teachers have no tolerability or Interest In the students’ learning. Committed and passionate teachers recognize their role in society and understand the many responsibilities they have. While those teachers who lack these skills are setting up those children for failure and are choosing to reuse lessons, rather than adjusting hem for the new students.
Passionate teachers motivate children to be active and positive member in the community. Those teachers make their classroom into a haven of knowledge and strive each day to bring out the best in their pupils. The principle of universal education is the reason I came into education. It is the fundamental right of every person that should hold no prejudices. Although in New Zealand. Each individual has the right of education. In many other parts of the world people do not, due to gender, race, religion, status, economic situation. C. The need for education is to give children the knowledge and skills they require for a bright future and to become a member of society. This intern reduces inequality and poverty, Creates economic growth, health benefits. The empowerment of citizens, as well as many Other benefits. The lack Of universal education has been likened to a disease, but there is a known cure (Global Envision, as we have the tools and resources to abolish this illness. Each child yearns to learn and develop and they should have the right to do so.
References Global Envision. (n. D. ). The case for universal education. Retrieved March 5, 2014, from http. Www. Globalization. Org,’library/8/1753 By Ramona passionate teachers and the need for universal education. Regarding commitment and passion, this awareness arouse after one of my placements, where I saw the grim attitude and non-existent passion of a teacher. The understand the significance of steadfastness in the education industry. I was made teachers have no flexibility or interest in the students’ learning.
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