The Canadian School System Essay by Charles056

The Canadian School System
A critical analysis of the current Canadian school system and how it can be improved.
# 57402 | 2,016 words | 5 sources | APA | 2005 | CA
Published on Mar 31, 2005 in Education (General) , Canadian Studies (General)

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This paper engages in a discussion relating to the efficiency of the Canadian school system. It looks at how in Canada education is adapted according to each student's intellectual abilities and interests and how there is a certain interest in differencing and individualizing the learning way. The paper's hypothesis is that, although many things have been accomplished, there are still many flaws in the Canadian education system.

Teacher-Student Relationship
Lack of Attention During Classes
Stress Caused by Final Exams
Discussion Page

From the Paper:

"In Canada a class time period is 80 minutes which is 4 times more than what a student is able to maintain his concentration ability. Difficulty during classes is mostly maintaining concentration stable during the whole time. The attention phenomenon is outputted in a certain behavioral "picture" which is easily identified by the teacher with experience: the student that is paying attention may not move at all and have his eyes looking in the teachers' eyes and his ears placed on the sound waves trajectory , a face mimic which (dis)approves the teacher depending on the topic, while the student that does not pay attention has an empty, distant look in his eyes, talks to some peer about totally different things, is always agitated or bored, and pays a lot of attention towards the clock."

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