Friday, 20 November 2009


In the article “The world has become a lot more interesting” by David Warlick, talks about how the world is becoming less productive in advancing. First, like in education countries race to have the best education and quantity of the education. Next, with moving fast no one second guess what is going on like in education they don’t think about how the quality of the education is getting worse they just think about being the first. Last, we shouldn’t work to make sure that the student learn more than other countries students but make sure that the students are involved. The students need just to be involved because they don’t always complete homework and just show up to class are those who make difference because that is what they focus on making change. Clearly, the education department needs to rethink their approach to learning for the children of America.

1 comment:

  1. I think you're dead on. Just because one place has many schools or large schools, it doesn't mean that these students are learning any better than students elsewhere. The curriculum may also be watered down in order for the students to achieve higher grades. But at the same time, I know that there are certain rules and regulations in place to obtain a high standard of education. Personally, I think most of the schools in North America are fine, but I'm curious to find out what you would change about them.