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Outlooks on Education (Composition #7)

Theme: Examining the perspectives of all stakeholders creates a better impact for life-long learning...


* Buildings

* Course Offerings

* Instruction Practices

Hello there my people! Welcome to Efforts of Harmony, the virtual headquarters of "Success 4 the Future". Be sure to visit the entire website. We would love your assistance to help our young people. Thanks for stopping by.

Today's topic focuses on a few issues that often plague school systems, and some suggestions to navigate through the concerns that are raised. How important are new facilities for young learners? What will be the long-term effect of course selection? Does having multiple degrees make someone a better teacher?

What's important to remember is that everyone is entitled to their own opinion. Be mindful that most opinions are reflective of personal experiences. Our discussion today will cater to my personal beliefs. But instead of completely dismissing the positions of others, it is necessary to analyze all provided information - in efforts to develop the best solution. I look forward to educated responses from all readers who wish to share their ideas.

If you're from the South, then normally you have a unique connection to the beach. Spring Break, Baccalaureate, Family Reunions, Summer Vacations, and regular getaways are often times spent in this atmosphere. So, you can imagine the great vibes that are created on the beach. Don't we pay attention more in a pleasant environment? Aren't you more receptive to the ways of others when you are in an enjoyable situation? These understandings are important for learning as well.

We don't need fancy facilities to advance academically. Now sure it would be nice to have a brand new building to have school at, but isn't a great instructor and students that are willing to learn, the most important factor for a good education? I have witnessed teachers have class outside, when the weather permits, and the students were more engaged and receptive to the subject matter. If anything is important about a building, it must be how welcoming it is to the observer. Does it look like a prison, or does the learning facility look like a place where you can expand your imagination and learn how to cooperate with others? This is what really matters.