Jo Smith Differences in Education There are many differences and similarities in education in Greece and The United States of America today. The differences, which there are many of, are focused on the different ideas of what is important in our different countries. The similarities are basic in an education and to have a successful country which both do have to be the same. Greece and the U.S. have only four major similarities which are common to a good education. First, both h
Education in the year 2005.... Image a teenager going to sleep today and waking up in July of 2005. What kind of world would he or she find? Would it be a world of the future or a world of utter chaos? Some in society believe that the world will come to a disastrous end or be forever changed and sent into a dark ages of sorts. Others believe that past the year 2000 will begin an age of enlightenment. So, a question posed to society is what will education be in the year 2005?
Education : The Key to Success Some say education holds the key to success in America. In the novel A Tree Grows in Brooklyn by Betty Smith, a few characters have their own opinion on how important the idea of obtaining a valuable education can be in acheiving the American dream. Katie Rommely, Mary Rommely, and Francie’s Boss all have different views on the worth of an education, and each of them influence Francie’s attitude toward getting one with their opinions. Katie Rom
Education has always been a crucial part of society for the past centuries. Some believe that our education is a privilege. Some believe that our education is a right. Some believe that our education is an obligation. The only obligation we might have towards education is to treat it as a privilege as well as a right, but certainly not an obligation to have an education. Education has been the basis for the success we see in our parents, our teachers, and more importantly, ourselves.
Traditional Education System Change My LifeEducation is a way to generate the complexities of knowledge. It is necessary for everyone to understand the public policy from the education. However, I was being in a nine years spoon-fed education system in Hong Kong. Particularly, traditional family spoon-fed education was influenced me unhappy and dependent. My family was a one of the simple families believing the spoon-fed education system in Hong Kong. They satisfied the idea would have
Why do people go to college? One main reason is to increase their chances of getting a job. Most employers will hire a person with a college degree. Some believe that if a person goes through all the trouble of going to college, this might mean he will work harder and better. Anoth er main reason is the salary. Jobs that require a college degree will command a very high salary. For example, an electrical engineer could make over $30,000 a year. Some other reasons might be because
Philosophy of Education What does it mean to educate? The Webster s New American Dictionary defines the word educate as to provide with schooling; to develop mentally and morally; to provide with information, train, discipline, school, instruct, teach. The Oxford English Dictionary defines education as "The systematic instruction, schooling or training given to the young in preparation for the work of life; by extension, similar instruction or training obtained in adult age. Also,the wh
During high school years our minds have the greatest development. And whatever we have learned in high school we uses that knowledge to help us move on through college. At the high school age teenagers experiments different changes in their minds, bodies. A sometimes question comes up that at what age children should know about the sex. To the answer to that question is I believe at the age of 13-14 children and High School kids. High school should be teaching teenagers about different aspe
EMERSON VS. FRANKLIN When we try to compare Emerson’s concept of the educated person to Benjamin Franklin’s view, one thing stands out. Emerson is of mind and spirit in all that you do and Franklin was more go by the books when it comes to education. Emerson believes that books are useful as long as readers maintain their own creativity and independence of thought. The thinking reader refers the knowledge to the understanding of nature and the human constitution, but Franklin’s
I think that the role of an educated person is not only to excel in whatever it is they do but to be a good role-model to everyone. Even when we don't know it, people look up to us and it is our job not to show them how they shouldn't act but how they should. This can be done by doing the little things, such as acknowledging the little people (kids and such) and doing things to help your community. By doing the little things the young people of the world will see this and know that it's the ri