The Process Of Receiving Or Giving Systematic Instruction Essay

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Education “the process of receiving or giving systematic instruction, especially at a school or university”. Does Anything seem off in that definition of education. Probably not for you, at least not yet. The way education is described here is only a processed description of the word, formed by institutions that have turned learning for the most part into an assembly line trying to mold hundreds of thousands of minds uniformly. The institutions that I’m talking about are schools, any public and most private schools in America and around the majority of the world. And any student who reads this knows that school sucks to go to. You dread waking up in the morning to slump to your classes and take endless tests. What if I told you that education and the systems set up to do so could be exciting and actually fun to go to, if the institutions were individualized to you and not you having to conform to the institution. You and your peers would be excelling in school and would be wanting to consume as much knowledge as you could. This all could be possible when education is not systematic, but is defined as an enlightening experience, where a generation has no ignorance.

To understand how education is today and what it means we must first go over the history of how it came to be. Starting with the development of writing in 3500 B.C. various writing systems were developing around the world. The world 's oldest known alphabet was developed in central Egypt around 2000…

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