The problem is modern day educators were trained by not so modern thinking professors whose perception of student learning was to learn the professor’s way, regardless if the learning resulted in any students’ perceived value at all.
A study published in the World Journal of Education; this research examines the progress of self-awareness in students as they struggle to adapt themselves to their current environment. What I found interesting is this study is much like a spider’s domain, instead of a silky web; the patterns described more as theoretical connections between a student and his or her academic struggles. The patterns represent the student’s theoretical background, an interconnected web of method for study, results, discussions, society, family, culture, religion, language, economic status, work experience, academia, faculty relationships, peer relationships, and how student’s perceive themselves. This seems complex, but it is not because the interaction occurs 360 degrees seamlessly during a student academic journey. Academic institutions that can appreciate, reflect, and develop the education systems around this understanding have the potential to increase enrolment, retention, and graduation, by contributing to student’s positive entry into society…
This study exposed that societal settings are particularly significant to the modern-day college or university student. An appreciative acceptance of the student’s individualities of social, cultural and environment classifications may contribute meaningfully to the understanding of common problems faced by academics in education inside or outside the field. This new established understanding of social awareness is closely linked to the other elements of society; there are no natural boundaries, learning will naturally evolve when permitted.
By encouraging students the ability of becoming self-aware, these modern-day students are able to function better in their community and to continue inspiring higher-education improvement, as they take on the role as the new contemporary educator.
Ghafar, M. N. A., & New, K. H. (2012). Self-awareness and social change in higher education. World Journal of Education, 2(1), 25+.
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