Visions For Developing Modern Education In 2024

First, the
learner:

It is noteworthy that education in our
societies is based on memorization and memorization, as it is retrieved from
him at the time of the exam. Thus, the student is considered a vessel for
receiving information without having a role in understanding or scrutinizing
it. Individuals who go through this experience, which is based on memorization
and reception, are more easily amenable to ideas and more rigorous in applying
them.

Therefore, activating the security role of
educational institutions in resisting extremist behavior must be based on
accustoming students to dialogic education based on thinking and creativity
that allows the student’s mind to contemplate matters and see the truth from
more than one angle, enabling him to move away, with the grace of God Almighty,
from becoming prey. Easy for extremist ideas that call for violence and
sabotage.

Educational institutions, represented by
their teachers and employees, must identify target or vulnerable groups, which
means any specific groups within the larger society that may be susceptible to
being led by destructive ideas, and try to guide them and develop special
programs for them. The inability to accommodate students’ needs can lead to
them dropping out. Outside the academic field, which prompts them to engage in
criminal behavior and they may be easy prey for terrorist groups to implement
their plans.

Secondly, the
teacher:

an illustration that showcases the profound influence of a teacher on students within an educational environment

The teacher represents the nucleus through
which information can be delivered to the student. If the professor is not
proficient in the scientific material he presents to his students, he will not
be able to deliver it properly to the students, and thus the educational
process fails.

Teachers represent alternatives to
parents, who are adults outside family life who play important roles in the
lives of children. Teachers are those who help children in overcoming
disabilities, shortcomings, and problems that hinder their development and
obstruct their inclinations, and some of them obstruct the right path for their
students.

Teachers, because they are important
elements in social normalization, influence their students by example, by
encouraging and strengthening desired responses, and by weakening and
extinguishing negative responses.

In these social educational environments,
some responses such as self-assertion, aggression, and harshness are usually
ignored, but these aspects are weakened and worked to suppress within the
school.

The personality of the teacher in the
classroom contributes to shaping the personalities of the students, as the
teacher’s characteristics are reflected in the way he deals with his students
and the way he disciplines them, and this in turn affects the students’
attitudes towards learning.

It was found that students of teachers
whose behavior was flexible within different schools were more interested and
inclined in classroom activities, as it appeared from their responses that they
work in a greater spirit of independence, that they express their feelings with
greater freedom, that they are more advanced in their academic achievement, and
that they show a greater degree of innovation and creativity, while Students of
authoritarian teachers were more likely or in need of providing continuous assistance
and assistance to them, Mansour.

Third: Educational
environment:

the essential elements required to create an optimal educational environment that fosters creativity and critical thinking.

The learner cannot receive education well
and benefit from it unless he is present in an environment that encourages
creativity, stimulates thinking, and pushes the individual to horizons of
education based on creative thinking and far from ready-made and packaged
templates. To provide a new educational environment, there must be a set of
basic elements that stimulate On education:

  • The presence of multiple means of education through the use of computers and others
  • The presence of a specialized library that stimulates research and encourages study, in which all modern references and advanced technical means are available, including the Internet and others.
  • Classrooms must be well ventilated, comfortable, and contain the necessary facilities for the educational process, including teaching aids and others.
  • Giving students the opportunity for discussion, dialogue, creativity and disagreement, as creativity grows in an atmosphere of dialogue and dies in its infancy in an atmosphere of strict dictatorship.

1-  Fourth: Curricula

an illustration that visualizes the central role of a curriculum in the educational process.

The curriculum is the mainstay of the
educational process and is the vessel through which information is presented to
the student so that he can absorb it and derive from it what can help him in
his educational career. In order for the curriculum to become capable of
keeping pace with the times and capable of diminishing the criminal will of
students, there are certain controls that must be present in The curricula are
designed to be able to keep pace with rapid developments in various areas of
life and can be reviewed as follows:

The necessity of developing a strategic
plan for the curriculum in coordination with the comprehensive development
strategy of the state, so that the curriculum strategy is inspired by its
objectives from the comprehensive development strategy of the state. This means
that the educational objectives should emerge from the changing needs of
society.

Characteristics of
the student

an illustration that emphasizes the importance of a flexible and adaptive curriculum tailored to meet the evolving needs of society and students.

The characteristics of the student at the
present time, who is a product of the educational process and its output, must
be It meets the changing needs of society. This means that identifying security
and social threats at the present time must be among the priorities of the
curriculum so that the student emerges from the educational process with the
ability to scrutinize, criticize, and compare issues in a way that serves the
public good.

There must be consistency between the
curriculum items and the number of hours assigned to the student each week, as
prolonging some curricula may cause the student to get bored and refrain from
the entire educational process.

Curricula must be formulated with an open
mentality that helps the professor present many topics according to changing
requirements and stay as far away from ready-made templates as possible.

Educational curricula must be able to be
modified according to the requirements of the times and not be rigid templates
that cannot be changed or affected. Curricula must have the ability to keep
pace with social reality and provide practical solutions to its problems.

 

 

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