Chances are you felt ill-equipped for adult life after leaving school - to no fault of your own! As society changes quickly, educational systems are slower to catch on.
How can we reform educational systems to empower students to develop skills, values and attitudes needed to succeed in life?
What kind of education would make young people feel like they could take on the challenge of shaping their societies?
What are the skills students most need to learn?
What do you think?
Try to be as concrete as possible when sharing your idea. The more in depth you go the more impactful your answer will be.
Many argue that exams are now designed in such a way, that students cram their materials, and forget the next day. Exams might not validly measure what students are capable of when they enter their first job. The factual knowledge of a student should be measured during their learning process, the application of their knowledge is best tested when they work on projects in the field.
Students have driven to and from school for a very long time now, adding these subjects into the school system will only increase the rate at which people get a drivers licence for their selected vehicle as it would include practical experience from driving/cycling to and from school.
More interest and necessity to learn the subject.