School experience

In fact, in the current climate of digital migration, teachers can easily find earning opportunities elsewhere. As teachers continue to grapple with learning gaps, academic work takes priority. Whilst this may be the ultimate goal and the main benchmark that schools are judged on, the aim could be approached with an inside  out strategy focusing first on student experience as that is directly correlated to their performance. Faltering academic performance, erratic grades and demotivation are usually preceded by emotional or social disengagement from school life. To contain a problem like that, students’ school life needs to be monitored by the management, and teachers with their decades of experience.

Whatever the reason, whilst many schools have access to better facilities, quality education is now a rare find. What has gone wrong and what can schools do to transform their students’ learning experience? If we focus on the list of disadvantages faced by schools, a lack of equipment and digital facilities, noisy environments — what with the excessive honking on our roads — high teacher turnover and large classes top the list of difficulties. However, none of these can and should stop great teachers from giving their students a memorable learning experience. We all have moments of school life that we’d rather forget but a general nostalgia for well spent years at school usually stays embedded in our personalities.

Most of us were once students  and have wonderful memories, some we' rather forget. Teachers often try to improve the experience of their students and to treat them better  than they are given. But we hear how much the status, quality and performance of schools have deteriorated. There is much debate as to why students regress. Some say it's because it gets a lot of attention. Others accuse schools of being weak  in applying quality teaching methods. Whatever the reason, whilst many schools have access to better facilities, quality education is now a rare find. What has gone wrong and what can schools do to transform their students’ learning experience? If we focus on the list of disadvantages faced by schools, a lack of equipment and digital facilities, noisy environments — what with the excessive honking on our roads — high teacher turnover and large classes top the list of difficulties. However, none of these can and should stop great teachers from giving their students a memorable learning experience. We all have moments of school life that we’d rather forget but a general nostalgia for well spent years at school usually stays embedded in our personalities. What makes your school experience memorable? Many adults describe it as a place of belonging and identity, a place where students find acceptance, camaraderie, and comfort. An identity is necessary for students to feel proud to stand up for the values of the school. This comes not only from the students, but also from the leadership of the school, primarily the teachers who embody the spirit and spirit of the school and use their experiences to instill in their students. Values go beyond academics and are with students.What can you do to change your learning outcomes? Whereas schools were once the  only shared space to share meaningful relationships and values among students, we now have a third space in the digital realm where students flee from their sense of belonging. One such example is the video game community and the other is the virtual sports community. As a result,  the school experience is fragmented, requiring more active efforts to engage and emotionally engage students in school life. Schools with  high turnover rates naturally miss these opportunities, so many schools struggle to retain the best teachers. In fact, in the current climate of digital migration, teachers can easily find earning opportunities elsewhere. As teachers continue to grapple with learning gaps, academic work takes priority. Whilst this may be the ultimate goal and the main benchmark that schools are judged on, the aim could be approached with an insideout strategy focusing first on student experience as that is directly correlated to their performance. Faltering academic performance, erratic grades and demotivation are usually preceded by emotional or social disengagement from school life. To contain a problem like that, students’ school life needs to be monitored by the management, and teachers with their decades of experience. Various forms of pastoral care can be used to persuade disinterested or disgruntled students. Historically, schools have been able to expand students' experiences by allowing them to try  new things that can help them discover their talents and talents. The student learning community finds strength and support in collaborative decision-making opportunities that stimulate complex thought processes, such as designing the décor of a classroom or school hall. Implementing new tools at each level has been shown to improve learning outcomes by up to 77% in the first two months. cause? Breaking the cycle of monotony can increase engagement. The tool doesn't have to be digital. It can be a home-made board game, a puzzle, a manipulator or a role-playing game. In fact, anything that can make students fall in love with subject will develop a level of curiosity that will become a springboard for  academic success. However, not all learning takes place in the classroom. While teachers can work hard to achieve student learning outcomes, there are important aspects of student life that take place in the field during recess and after school. Fairness and inclusion, social engagement, and opportunities to play outside  the classroom can foster a sense of belonging that can make or break the school experience. This experience determines whether the child wakes up in bed eager to welcome a new day, or transitions into a world of escape and procrastination in which daily life is not possible. Signs and symptoms are obvious to those who closely monitor the child's well-being.

 

Moulay Cherif Chebihi Hassani 

 

I based my article on the column by journalist Neda Mulji

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