What the school should teach us in theory and what they taught us in practice?

@gengeni (3308)
Indonesia
August 30, 2011 7:55am CST
I was taught the school, apart from knowing how people are. Unpleasant and even from the side. The school has taught me that one must cultivate elbow and intrigue to get ahead. And that does not help a lot of teachers, when you get bullied, that is the other way. The school has not taught me that fairness part of eg. Physical education, but that one can not make out of it, is there was not fairly weak approaching and sports will be laughed at. The school has taught me that one must go with the flow and that sense of initiative and independent thinking are not desired. Is this what we should teach school? And why do we teach this school, if they want but we do strongly positive for life?
4 responses
@najibdina29 (1309)
• Indonesia
5 Sep 11
because democracy is the only real existing interspersed with the elbow. to find solutions for all reasonable goal is not a capitalist State is, it comes to money, and that means that the weaker just stay on the track. alternative to this system there is, but nobody wants to hear it. Although there are teachers who try values ??to teach, but they are overburdened. too many students, too few teachers. I had already mentioned the word money? and most teachers, at least at state schools, it's a sh*t anyway. they are burned, may have tried to improve the situation of their students when they were young, but have failed repeatedly. They also, which brings us back to the subject are underpaid.
• Indonesia
2 Sep 11
The school should teach us how to learn and that learning is a good thing. Otherwise, I'm not even in my school days the best memories.
@jazel_juan (15767)
• Philippines
31 Aug 11
There are a lot of things taught in school that is hard to apply in reality. I could remember back in college when one teacher was teaching us facts of life. School may teach a lot of theories and laws and postulates and even morals, because i was in a catholic school and was teachign us morals and values that a person should have. But that teacher told us that no matter how much a school teaches us those, it will all be different in reality. We may know how morality is defined, what are morals, what should it be but if we are to step into reality, those are all forgotten (unfortunately that is). But as a parent, i want an education that is best for my children but i know for a fact that there are a lot of lessons that are not learned in school, so i make it a point that they learn it at home. Like saying "thank you" or saying "welcome" saying "please" and even "sorry" I also teach them the power of traveling, that there are a lot of things in travels that you learn that are not in a school..as well as acting on initiative and what to do.
@nakula2009 (2325)
• Indonesia
30 Aug 11
Theoretically, they should give us probably know the one. Fair enough. The part you mention, is the social part ... Also, it sends one child to school. They should learn to deal with other people to live not only for themselves, to act in a group and compete against others over to. And because it fails at the shape that you've already described. You will learn it there, but it is not "taught", but left to the self-run. Who beat up and not listening to beats, and are just not listening. I personally taught the school in social terms, that there will always be people who like one, and those who want to make life hell. And that you somehow manage to both be, without losing sight of his own goals. I'm glad to have it all behind me ... But I can not possibly say which person would I be without those "acquaintances" ...