Do you think the system of education in your place is appropriate for the young children? If not what according to you will be most suitable and why so?
Here is Assam the system for younger children is not fine according to me. It is more of a pressure then of practical age appropriate aspect. The books could have been more interesting for the younger children with much pics then words to capture their imagination. The imaginary power of the younger children should have been given most importance to stimulate then the knowledge aspect. Knowledge can be acquired with time and age. But the soft and inquisitive minds of the younger children should be more given notice then to pressurize them with thick school books.
Your opinion please....!!!!
I tend to agree with you, dghbrh. The present system of education is quite burdensome for the young children. They are overloaded with age inappropriate contents and the weight of their books is too much for the young children to carry. It seems our system is in a hurry to make them more knowledgeable at this tender age and in the process they kill their innocence and tenderness. In fact, educating young children is quite an experience for the parents who themselves are loaded with so many issues connected with it. Some of them spend so much of time in meeting this demand and others indulge in putting the children to private tutors at younger age. It should be more pleasant an experience to be in a school at this age.
Thank you very much for adding the right aspect of the education system and the parent's involvement. Parents are always not well equipped to create the much needed interest in the younger children for the education. So an age friendly and specific target with more children centric approach is actually to be emphasized in our education system mainly for the younger children.
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