What is outcome based method of education?
Outcome-based education (OBE) is an educational theory that bases each part of an educational system around goals (outcomes). By the end of the educational experience each student should have achieved the goal. There is no specified style of teaching or assessment in OBE instead classes, opportunities, and assessments should all be based around helping students achieve the specified outcomes.
Outcome-based methods have been adopted in education systems around the world, at multiple levels. Australia and South Africa adopted OBE policies in the early 1990s
It is true in some parts of the world one parent stay home teaching their children their classes with books and teachers on line or on the phone. They are smart kids like the one on the class room. Except that they no not have a group study or many friends to play in brakes. Some people have no choice that to stay home and work. It goes on.
by ViralWhisper 7 years ago
It didn't really surprised me why the U.S. was not even in the Top 10 for the best educational system in the world according to the most recent survey. There's a real problem in the system of education in the U.S. and it's a shame that those politicians in Washington are not doing much to rectify...
by Brandon Martin 6 years ago
Should high schoolers be able to choose core classes based on a choice of future career?Sophomores and upper classmen only though... they already have prep-classes that you can choose, but is that enough. Kids with 4.0's through high school bust their butts on learning useless information (like why...
by Wendy Iturrizaga 6 years ago
HubMob Weekly Topic: Education and Kids
by Grace Marguerite Williams 3 months ago
middle, upper middle, and upper class parents wouldn't think of doing to their children in terms of their children's socioeconomic success, education, and future achievement?
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