Education is important in molding people and turning them to be resourceful in a society and that is the reason why there are so many schools around us. There’s is need to knowledge to be impacted in us, so that we not only use it in shaping the future but also in helping each other in different sectors.
As educators and student interact and share opinions in a multicultural environment while learning, then a new cultural in development of humans occurs and that form the basis of peaceful co-existence and cooperation in our day-to-day lives.
At schools we meet to study, learn and explore and at the end of the various courses that different student undertake, each is able to learn something that could help make this world a better place.
Previously this website belonged to the The Teachers College in Split, Croatia. However the site abandoned back in 2008 when the college shifted to its new website unist.hr. You always pay them a visit their.
Here are some of the courses that were taught during the teacher’s study:
They also had various preschool courses geared towards the development of small kids.
I’ve undertaken the task of restoring this website and will be adding interesting content pertaining to education and ways through which we can get inspiration from learning. Already there are some post that I recovered from the wayback machine as was initially published on the site and I’ve published them again. Access the content by clicking through the topics below.
One thing you may notice from the posts above, is how rigid is the writing. This seems to be a common phenomenon in the field of Education. As teachers rise into higher levels of authority in the Education System, as they shift from dealing directly with students, into writing policies and evaluation criteria, the documents they produce become denser with useless words. Smarten up. Higher Level administrators in the Education System, look at the crap you put on paper. Just look at it, and look at your peers who are doing the same sort of thing.
Something about peer-peer interaction etiquette, amongst education administrators, is preventing you all from being constructively critical with each other. I’m talking about anything that has to do with evaluating how teaching should be done, and evaluating how students are learning, and in particular, I’m talking about the people who write down Evaluation Criteria, Educational Objectives, and so on. Over time, it’s become worse and worse, hasn’t it, and nobody has had the ability to break through and cause a reverse in direction.
I believe we need to hear some inspirational stories of teachers who, got back to basics and asked, what is it that would be good to teach today, to the real benefit of these students, and what’s the best way to teach it so they remember and understand.