Thursday, October 22, 2009

EDUCATION IN AFRICA

EDUCATION IN AFRICA




A shortage of schools, unqualified teachers, the cost of school fees and vandalism are just some of the problems facing third world countries.

With laptops costing a fraction of the salaries of teachers, students should be given hardwired interactive basic laptops to be used to aid their teaching careers.

Laptops can be designed so that they have no general commercial value but is dedicated as a teaching/learning aid. Such a computer can aid the child in his/her learning even in the absence of a teacher.

All lectures should be recorded on flash drive and made available to students who need to catch up on their studies.
Students should be able to obtain a different take on a subject from a teacher of another school or class if they had a problem following the teaching method of their own teacher.
 Slow students will then be able to review lectures from a lower grade, while those who are more intelligent can enhance their studies with lectures from a higher class.

By recording all lectures it would also make teachers more responsible to prepare for their subjects because they will never know who is going to download their lectures and teaching methods.

Free school books and laptops can be offered to the student as a ‘dept to be paid back to the country’, either by the parents or the students - once they leave school.

All students who receive bursaries should pay them back from a percentage of their salaries once they enter the job market, whether they work in South Africa or not.

Free schooling should be available to everyone, but in the long run there need to be no free schooling if the students pay back, what they owe to society, once they leave school.
This will teach students the value of responsibility from an early age.

There is a lot we can do to get South Africa educated and employed.
Educated people can in the future afford to buy their own homes and this relieves the burden on the municipalities

Educated students will be less likely to sacrifice their brains for a dope or alcohol abuse experience.

FREE EDUCATION ON A ZERO BUDGET
SHORTAGE OF SCHOOLS
THE UNIVERSITY OF HARD KNOCKS
ONE BOOK PER CHILD NOT ENOUGH
TV TO HEAL A NATION
DO NOT LOOK BACK GOING FORWARD
A VISUALIZATION OR PRAYER TO CHANGE THE WORLD
http:   SEARCH FOR SCHOOLS LABEL
A DELAYED SUCCESS IS BETTER THAN A TOTAL Failure
PONDER ON THESE THOUGHTS
CHILDREN SHOULD BE FREE TO CARVE THEIR DESTINIES
HEAL TE INNER CHILD OF AFRICA
A COUNTRY IN DEBT IS A ROAD TO SLAVERY
CHILDREN SHOULD BE FREE TO CREATE THEIR DESTINIES
2015 A YEAR FOR JUDGEMENT
DO NOT DIE FIGHTING FOR FREEDOM, LIVE IT


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