The Perfect Student Essay by Peerless

The Perfect Student
An examination of what creates the perfect student according to educational theories by Howard Gardner and Evelyn Sowell.
# 9643 | 1,378 words | 4 sources | MLA | 2002 | US
Published on Jan 31, 2003 in Education (Education Psychology) , Education (Theory)


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Description:

This opinion paper written in the first person, discusses what the writer considers to be the "perfect student" graduate of a "perfect school". By basing his opinion on Howard Gardner theory of Multiple Intelligences and Evelyn Sowell's educational theory, the writer examines personal experiences in various school systems. Different social and economic factors are examined in order to decide what educational climate is necessary to create the "perfect student."

From the Paper:

"The ideal student coming out of the perfect school would not necessarily be the person who has performed the best on multiple choice tests or has had the best attendance record. My ideal student is someone who has learned how to enhance and develop his or her innate intelligences and the perfect school is an institution that helps the student achieve that goal."

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