The role of primary education is to ensure the broad-based development of pupil. This means ensuring that all pupils are able to develop their cognitive, social, emotional, cultural and physical skills to the best of their abilities, preparing them for their further school career. Carrying out this task places demands on our school‘s structure, teachers school leaders and parents.
Information and communication technology (ICT) is important in primary education because it enables kids to search for the information they need and to organized what they have found. One of the most effective ways to improve primary education is to adapt it to meet children’s needs .As much as possible teachers and parents broaden their educational methods to reach kids different personalities’, interests and learning styles. Every student has areas of relative strength and weakness and they deserve to use their strong points to new concepts. Teachers should present materials in multiple ways so the children have more chances at success.
Children learn best when they ‘re excited about a subject ,so it’s smart to design lessons around their interests .If a teacher is assigning a biography ,leave the choice of subject matter open to each student. Another way engage children is to connect their education to the real world. Take more field trips if possible – for instance visit a lava field instead of just talking about it in class.
At home parents can reinforce school learning by reviewing lessons and helping their children with homework. Again, it makes sense to present material the way the child learns best. If Jack loves to hear things aloud , work that way. If Jill likes to touch and hold things , try to include manipulative when possible.