Educational Breakthroughs in the Eighties Rosemary P. Gellor. Educational Breakthrough in the Eighties Rosemary P. Gellor. Quality of teaching as a Value
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Educational Breakthroughs in the EightiesRosemary P. Gellor
Educational Breakthrough in the Eighties
Rosemary P. Gellor
Quality of teaching as a Value
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.
Innovated in Last Decade
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.
Why do emphases in education change?
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.
Changes in Curriculum
-the consequence of new students
What are the needs of education for the present generation?
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