All posts tagged with: students

Comrades of arms

Posted April 22, 2014 no picture Toma Florin Ungureanu

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This is an E&T Battle Station production 2013. We present you our opinion about the interaction between teens and educators and we are making our statement about the importance of nonformal education.


Learn by happiness, not by pressure

Posted March 6, 2014 no picture Fanny Simme

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Learn from happiness, not by pressure The politicians here in Sweden are worried, the Swedish students results in the PISA tests (Programme for International Student Assessment) are not approving, right now Sweden is low down on the list. Everybody knows that we need to change something in the way Swedish schools are structured. We look up to the high-scoring country South Korea, and trying to understand what they are doing right, and what we are missing. But are they good role...


Because of Finance, Students are Banned to take a School Test

Posted February 24, 2014 no picture Achmad

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Oh my God, schools are the determinants of some imperative positive activities of students. The right activities will generate students to be the best students, whereas the deviated activities will bring about students to behave improperly. However, formal regulations determined by educational stakeholders will not absurdly affect students in the right and or in the wrong. Although regulations which are defined by stakeholders as inappropriate, students do not receive an allowance to...


Where can youth get the deserving skills we need?

Posted February 20, 2014 no picture Achmad

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We know that globally, the population aged 15 to 24 reached over 1.2 billion in 2010. In addition, irrespective to the developing technologies and communication in the world, in fact, there are still big problems in the realm of economics especially within unemployment. Jobs are not being created fast enough to meet the needs of this large youth population. Job creation is limited and young people who want to look for the appropriate background for work. Skilled youth are and will...


Unlocking the "key" to education

Posted February 14, 2014 no picture kabwe-VOY-Zambia

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People say education is key, but what is this key for? This key unlocks a future for us, it enables us to decide what we want in our lives. But what happens if you don’t have this key? In Zambia there are over 13 million people. Only 72 percent know how to read and write. The number of children going to primary school is very high. Even so, the number of children who finish school is very low. A statistical view shows that only 21 percent of children finish their education. But...


“I want to be a teacher, I want to motivate every child to keep dreaming, to keep learning, to catch the great dreams with their skills, hard work and the faith to the God” It was a very beautiful dream of a young man, named Suhariyanto. He was born 25 years ago and grew up in Kudus, a beautiful little city in Central of Java, Indonesia. Since he was a kid, he wanted to be a teacher. Because for him, education is the most important thing to achieve success in life. He wanted...


We Do Our Part In Our Education. Now It Is Up To The Adults.

Posted November 23, 2013 no picture Sayyidmohammed16

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We as young males and females go to school everyday and we try our best to do well. We study for tests and take extra help from our teachers to get a better grade in their class. We set goals for ourselves and we hope one day to achieve them. Then why do some feel like they are not ready to face the world? The answer is that teachers and the Board of Education don't prepare us for the real world. They just prepare us for tests like the Regents. This does nothing to help us beco...


"Bullying" is our topic for this week and I'm sure the term "bullying" is sounds normal and common topic. Bullying, according to this website, (http://www.stopbullying.gov/what-is-bullying/definition/) is unwanted, aggressive behavior among school aged children that involves a real or perceived power imbalance. The behavior is repeated, or has the potential to be repeated, over time. Both kids who are bullied and who bully others may have serious, lasting problems. We all know...