Bridging the Gap: Emphasizing Practical Learning and Nurturing Curiosity in Education
The author highlights the prevalent issue of minimal practical learning and research opportunities in the current education system, which primarily focuses on theoretical knowledge. Students are confined to a specific syllabus, leaving little room for exploration and practical application. The author argues that the education system should prioritize the learning experience of students over grades, allowing them to pursue their interests and develop a genuine passion for the subjects. They advocate for the inclusion of research-oriented learning and fostering curiosity among students. Additionally, the author points out the lack of emphasis on sports and arts in the current system, suggesting the need for recognition of creativity, original thinking, and vocational education. It is crucial to create an educational environment that values practicality, curiosity, and holistic development.