Education is the potential instrument of a person’s mental and moral make-up. The history of civilization bears testimony to the facts that man a wild animal, has built a glorious heritage of culture, art, science, philosophy and religion. Do you think education plays an indispensable role in the growth of the child”? Write an article in not more than 150 words.
Ans. Growing Children Vs Education
Heredity and environment are the two most important factors of growth and development. Heredity endows each individual with capacities, attitudes, and interests and it is for education to provide scope for their expansion and expression through a favourable environment. The most important thing for the teacher is to try to study children and to know what their native characteristics are. All children are born with a number of bodily and intellectual tools. of course, they differ in degrees. It is not their possession that matters. Rather, the right or wrong use of tools is clearly the responsibility of education. In teaching various subjects to the child, his mental maturity is to be taken into consideration for chalking out education programmes. And mental maturity depends upon the physical growth and development. Since the rate of growth of boys and girls differ, the santé educational programme for both boys, as well as girls, will not prove fruitful. Keeping in mind the challenging characteristics of the growth and development of adolescents. Educational activities should be carefully organized. Development of sex plays a very important and significant role in the life of an individual. So a sort of sex- education should be given to the child as well as to an adolescent. The appropriate education requires that inherited inclinations, capacities and interests of every child should be studied early and all facilities should be provided in his environment to develop all that is best in him as an individual.
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