ano ang pagkakaiba ng edukasyon noon at ngayon Weegy:
Ask in English pleaseAuto answered|Score .731|shifa saleheen|Points 5109|User:
what is the difference between the education of yesterday and today?Note:
Today?s students cannot read at what used to be a tenth-grade level. I learned this dramatically when I wrote a couple of textbooks in the 1990s. Editors at both publishing houses insisted that I rewrite my materials so today?s student could read it. [ I was forbidden to employ large or ?fancy? words and had to simplify the grammar. For example, both editors told me never to compose a sentence with a subordinate clause because it was too complex for students to understand.
Today?s students cannot read critically. For example, I can assign an SEC litigation release for class, but students cannot read it for detail, nor can they discern the key points of the document. If I really want them to perceive anything, I have to tell them. Of course, that doesn?t work in the long run because I won?t be there in the future to help them read SEC essays.
I shouldn?t be surprised by the weakness in reading; after all, many students do not buy their text books. Students attend some of the lectures and try to get by on the class notes or copies of past exams. While some faculty employ the same exam year after year, woe to those who don?t, for the cacophony resounds throughout the campus.
Worst of all is attitude. Yesterday?s student was willing to work; today?s student is not. Past students thought of education as a privilege; current students view it as an entitlement. Earlier students took responsibility for their mistakes; contemporary students call mom and dad, who in turn call their attorneys. Previously, it was honorable to obtain a B and at least acceptable to receive a C, especially with the harder classes. Nowadays, students want at least a B for signing up for class and an A with any effort expended on the course, regardless of knowledge displayed in the classroom. ] Auto answered|Score 1|jher000|Points 4352|Note:
I'm sorry that that wasn't a good answer. Please hold on while I contact an expert.Weegy:
The regions of today differ from the regions of yesterday in many respects. One difference is that trade and industry, which used to be local and national, has now shifted to being mostly local and international. [ In many European regions, international industry is still owned mostly by industrialists in other European countries; however, with ongoing globalisation that situation might soon change. The national presence of research and development departments owned by international firms is extremely important: it prevents developed countries becoming merely suppliers of raw material, as well as having to educate the workforce that is needed for the nationally localised plants.
Another important difference between the regions of yesterday and today is that higher education institutions have been established in almost every region. This is a consequence of the massification of higher education, which should provide Europe with the extremely well-educated population that will help it compete with the rest of the world. It is also meant to alleviate Europe’s demographic problem, i.e. its decreasing population. ] Expert answered|jher000|Points 4352|
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