Teacher's Day Special : Children do not listen and teachers do not understand, how much is the nature of education changing

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Teacher's Day Special : Children do not listen and teachers do not understand, how much is the nature of education changing

In ancient times, when it was a practice to earn education by staying in Gurukul, then the value of Guru-Shishya Parampara was the highest. Disciples like Eklavya, who cut off his thumb in Guru Dakshina, were the pride of the gurus. At the same time, there were gurus like Dronacharya to Rishi Vashisht, who taught his disciples amazing knowledge as well as the art of living life.


Teacher's Day Special : Children do not listen and teachers do not understand, how much is the nature of education changing


This trend of Guru Shishya Parampara in India has changed very rapidly in the last few years. Now there has been more commercialization, both at the level of giving and receiving education. Therefore, there is neither the same respect for the Guru as before nor the same responsibility towards the disciples as before.


There are many burdens on teachers and pressure on children to get only good marks. Due to this, most of the percentage of education has been limited to reading more than learning. This Teacher's Day, know some facts and experiences about it.

Varsha, a science teacher in a private higher secondary school, is angrier with her parents than her children. they say

Be a little strict and parents come to complain to the management. Most of the parents talk to us in front of the children as if they have bought us by paying fees. Now there is no need to tell what effect this has on the child. In his eyes, the teacher is just an employee providing services on the basis of money.

Teacher's Day Special : Children do not listen and teachers do not understand, how much is the nature of education changing

There are 60 children in my class and I teach a total of 180 children including three sections every day, but only 10 percent of these children are such that they even say hello to me when they meet on the way or somewhere outside. This thing tastes good. I remember my teachers how we used to have both respect and respect for them. That's why I chose this field, but now I seem to have made a mistake.

In India, a BEd is required for small classes, and Ph.D. or its equivalent degree is required to be a teacher in large classes.

Amol, an engineering student, did not hesitate to say that his teachers teach him through guides. Amol says-

Not all, but there are 2-3 teachers here who do not like to be asked questions because they themselves teach by looking through the guide. The 2-3 children who are the toppers in our class have even interrupted these teachers many times to solve the questions in the wrong way, but they do not care. There is a danger of getting a low number in practice if someone hits too much, so everyone is saved. Everyone knows that to pass, one has to go to coaching and the answers to the questions will also be found there.

teachers education?

This is a big question. In India, a BEd is required for small classes, and Ph.D. or its equivalent degree is required to be a teacher in large classes. Apart from this, provision is also made for Montessori training, etc. Most of the private schools colleges recruit teachers on this pattern. Whereas in government schools, teachers are recruited on the basis of some special entrance exams or interviews. This should mean that in every school in our country, every teacher is qualified and skilled. But does this really happen?

This job will be safe for girls.

It is an easy job that you only have to teach children.

Holidays will get many, etc.

When any work is done with this kind of thinking, then obviously that work will remain and nothing else.

It is said that the education system of Finland is one of the best education systems in the whole world. To be a teacher there one has to meet every criterion. It doesn't matter how many degrees you have. Rather, the focus is on whether you will be able to teach the children properly or not, and for this, the candidates are tested at many levels. Becoming a teacher there is a very difficult job.

meaning of training

It is said that the education system of Finland is one of the best education systems in the whole world. To be a teacher there one has to meet every criterion. It doesn't matter how many degrees you have. Rather, the focus is on whether you will be able to teach the children properly or not, and for this, the candidates are tested at many levels. Becoming a teacher there is a very difficult job.

It is no longer that people aspiring to become teachers in India do not work hard, but most people want to earn a degree by simply studying (in many cases by rote) so that they can fulfill the primary qualification of becoming a teacher. Very few people move towards becoming a teacher with the intention that they have the responsibility of all-around development of tomorrow. So the result is also the same. They also teach children with the same goal, in which only the target of how many percent of the children passed is to be fulfilled.

burden of responsibilities

If the teacher is from a private institution, then he will have all the work of the school. Even the paperwork and clerical work for which he was not appointed. If he is from a government school, he will be put in a lot of campaigns like elections, census, etc., and after all this, he will be expected to complete the syllabus on time and give complete attendance. This extra burden on any teacher keeps his teaching as mere extravagance.

stray system

It has been thought of changing the education policy and system in our country. The same pattern of teaching has been going on since its first years. Most of the children rote rather than understand the study. All their focus is limited to getting good marks and then on that basis to get admission in good college so that good package can be got. Unless this mindset is not fully worked out, there can be no thought of changing the education system.

There is no dearth of talent in our country. In many small villages, some teachers have taken their students forward by doing international-level work. Teachers like Ranjit Singh, who got the title of 'Global Teacher' by connecting children to digital education in a small village of Maharashtra, are examples in this field. Overall, it is necessary to pay attention to many aspects of the education system.

There is a need for transparency in the recruitment of teachers and continuous training programs of teachers, need to teach children understanding instead of rote, need to change the mindset of parents and above all, there is a need to teach as well as teach. If this is possible, then the teachers will also get enough respect and the children will be able to move forward by learning.

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