A teacher’s job is a very respected and specialized field, be it teaching kindergarten, grade school, higher college, college, or post-graduate courses. More usually, education is basic in these troubled instances, when populism is on the rise, when France has been shaken by a number of terrorist attacks, and social inequalities in the world have left by the wayside a number of citizens who no longer have any trust in institutions.
This video features Griffith education employees, students and alumni, such as: Donna Pendergast—Head of School of Education and Professional Research David Hartley—author and Acting Principal of Shailer Park State School Rebecca Johnson—author, 2015 recipient of the Prime Minister’s Award for Excellence in science teaching in main school, and Griffith Arts, Education and Law 2016 group Alumnus of the Year winner and Jonathan Webb—Griffith student on practicum at MacGregor State College.
Such unstated systemic aims—even more than the stated targets of closing the achievement gap connected with racial and ethnic inequality, or increasing international competitiveness—serve to clarify the vast restructuring of U.S. education pushed forward during the last decade and a half, from the Bush administration’s No Youngster Left Behind Act to the Obama administration’s Race to the Top.
All nations implementing the K-12 systems including Finland which is considered to be the best in education at the moment succumb to the same situation exactly where fresh graduates fall brief of abilities and abilities to keep up with the jobs provided to them!
Our children go to traditional schools, but we firmly believe that education occurs just as much out of school as in. We have naturally incorporated some of the techniques you mention through the years, and our afternoons, weekends, and vacations are filled with storytimes and child-directed discovery activities.