Educational Breakthroughs in the Eighties Rosemary P. Gellor. Educational Breakthrough in the Eighties Rosemary P. Gellor. Quality of teaching as a Value
Educational Breakthrough in the Eighties
Rosemary P. Gellor
As students and parents developed their rights as consumers of education, the quality of student learning and the quality of teaching became a greater concern.
Therefore, educators focus on the quality of teaching. It has surfaced a value and more and more schools could afford for it to be a value. Due to the continuing budgetary support for state institutions, increasing financial allocations for students benefits in the private sectors.
In educational innovations, a lot of current trends could be accounted as a practice in the past which was emphasized, then de-emphasized and later re-emphasized.
Human behavior is not static. Students are different from those students a decade ago. They are asking different things from education. As consequence, the trends are becoming different.
-the consequence of new students
What are the needs of education for the present generation? Land Reform and Conservation Education.
Thank you so much for listening…. also be dynamic. As teachers, let us teach our pupils and students for work because life is work and education is the preparation for life and our present deeds will shape the future of tomorrow. And who knows that is the near future you and I will start another trend and live too see it as a breakthrough in our lifetime.
Have a nice evening every one….