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The Primary Failure of Modern Education

There are many criticisms[1] that can be made of the present system of Western education, which, in both its form and objectives, has been greatly influenced by the false ideas of that ignoramus Plato, who was thoroughly corrupted by his teacher and hero, Socrates, to the grave detriment of vast numbers of people in succeeding ages around the world, even unto the present age. 3,521 more words

Philosophy

In changing track from mugging up to skill building lies the true future

PRABHAT DWIVEDI

Experts across the board who have cut their teeth imparting knowledge to students are feeling irked by falling standards of education in India. There is broad consensus that the time is nigh for changing gear from rote learning to skill based education. 521 more words

Rote Learning-Importance and Benefits

Learning is a complex phenomenon. Learning a new concept, ideas, fact, fiction heavily depends on individual nature. Individual learns well when s/he integrates deep understanding with intensive practice. 30 more words

Rajeevelt

Rote Learning vs Critical Thinking - Memory or Intelligence?

Throughout history, numerous methods of teaching have been adopted in class; the most controversial of which, ‘Rote Learning’. Why is this method of teaching despised by modern educators? 573 more words

Rote Learning-Importance -Benefits

Rote learning-Essential Learning Technique

(Learning by Repetition)

 

Learning is a complex phenomenon. Learning a new concept, ideas, fact, fiction heavily depends on individual nature. Individual learns well when s/he integrates deep understanding with intensive practice.

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Education

Education with caution

Recently we had a houseparty at our place and while we were all chatting- comes an interesting topic of kid’s education. It all started with one of our friends expressing his dissatisfaction at his daughter wanting to drop maths and science because she was not sure she liked it. 520 more words

I is for Idiolect (and Intimate discourse)

A weekend in Tangier prompted a re-reading of the letters of William Burroughs (Harris 1993) , the US writer who lived there in the 1960s. Apart from their intrinsic interest, there were a number of linguistic oddities that caught my eye. 920 more words

English Language Teaching