It's the responsibility of all stakeholders
. The students themselves, teachers, family, environment, government and education institutions should be responsible for this. The learning-teaching process would only be effective if all parties participated actively in building a healthy atmosphere to the process. But sadly, it seems that the responsibility is always put on the teacher's shoulder.
Usually, if a student fails something then people will blame it on the teacher. What an injustice!!! On the other hand, if a student passes the class or very good at something, then the parents will usually say "My child is indeed smart". It seems that the smartness of the student is something purely inherited from their parents. There's no teachers factor in this success. What an injustice!!! What a partial!!!
ngphuongtu wrote:There's no class in which all students are equally shrewd or clever. That creates rivalry. Feeling that they are inferior, students will have an inspiration to 'overtake' their friends, which is a stimulus for their studying. Moreover, during that 'contest', they can be good fellows who are ready to help each other advance.
My friend, one of the latest issues in the education system is how to get the students to compete with themselves instead of getting the students to compete to their classmates. I can not elaborate any further on this because this is not a suitable post to talk about it. I'll elaborate this if there is a special topic on the education system. However, my point is do not always compare one student to another as don't compare one child to another. Because everybody is unique
wllsp wrote:So, the process of education must be interesting and lessons must be entertaining. Therefore teachers are responsible for motivating and encouraging their young students.
I agree with you in some points. The process of education must be interesting. That's why teachers must be creative in delivering the lessons. But again my friend, Teachers is just one factor in the learning-teaching process. It will never work if other parties including the students themselves do not support this. So my friend, the teachers' shoulders are too weak to hold all the overloaded stuff. Let's avoid putting teachers as the scapegoat.
wllsp wrote:I think that the teacher's role is very important, but many things depend on family and a system of education.
My friend, I am absolutely in line with you on this. Is anybody else with us?