Discuss about the Education System in Private Schools for Assets.
The essay concentrates on the academic condition of the secondary schools, colleges and universities. In my schools days in Canada I had a good experience. The essay concentrates on the idea of creative teaching and the hidden curriculum that was explored. The essay further consists of the factors whether the status mattered while receiving quality education in school. It also consists of the success and the failures faced by me while reading in the school. The origin of the family played an important role in reading in good school. The essay concludes with the fact that the schools plays an important role in formulating the personality of a student and helping him to think critically and also it serves to pass the important skills and knowledge among the students. As my schooling has been done in one of the Canadian school I found this qualities in my school. Therefore, I can assure that the Canadian schools practice this.
I went to the system of private school. In this type of system of schooling the children are taken special care of things. Along with the academic background the extra-curricular activities of the students were taken special care of. The extra-curricular activities of the students were given a platform of exploration. There was an event in the school where it was compulsory for the students to participate. I had to participate and I did not know that I could dance even. It was because of the institution that happened (Snellman, et al., 2015).
The success and the failure of the students were taken care of by the teachers in private schools. The success includes the good performance and the failure includes the bad performance. The teachers however took good care not to decrease the failures and to increase the level of success of the students (Weininger, Lareau & Conley, 2015). To have the opportunity to have good education it is important to have a good family status. The family should be financially sound to make their children admit in wealthy and private schools. In public schools the system of education is not of good quality. The families that do not enjoy good financial status are unable to give the opportunity of receiving good education to their children (Rui, Huan & Fan 2017).
The Canadian schools enhance the critical thinking of the students as well the skills and the knowledge of the students. An individual grows up with certain social knowledge that is imparted to him by his family. The purpose of the school is to explore the other skills of the students and nurture them. To improve them the extra-curricular activities of the students must be developed and it should be nurtured. For example, if a student is good in dancing, she should be encouraged in participating in all he dancing event of the school (Forneris, Camiré & Williamson, 2015).
Therefore, while concluding this can be mentioned that the schools have an important role in shaping the personality of an individual. The private schools however serve this the best. The special qualities and the knowledge of the student must be developed. The students must be encouraged to participate in any extra-curricular activities in school. The ones who already pose any special qualities, they should be encouraged to do it and it should be nurtured.
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Rui, Z., Huan, C., & Fan, W. (2017). Investigation and Research on the Current Situation of Football Extracurricular Activities and Soccer Clubs in Independent Colleges in Jiangxi Province.
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