Changing Times in Educational system-
Says Alvin Toffler, “The illiterate of the 21st Century will not be those who cannot read and write, but who cannot learn, unlearn and relearn.”
Competition will force the 21 Century learner to count on one’s deliverables. Global competitions will attract newer thought patterns for ensuring self esteem both at the national and international levels. Today, children are growing up in a complex and ever changing society. Access to, and participation in artistic and cultural activities give children and young people important tools for mastering their lives.
With the ever increasing levels of competition in the education sector, there is always a pressure of moving beyond expectations, creating new milestones and bench marks. That is why the effort of our school is directed to accommodate and address the expectations of each student by way of enabling her/ him to participate in various interactive programmes organized in and out of the institute. Sanjivani International School is engaged in supporting a student to refine her/ his necessary skills, attitudes and aptitude in various ways. After all, success is a process of growing together. At the same time the concept of education has undergone a lot of changes, with more of challenges and opportunities. In this world of casual carelessness, it is very difficult to keep our morals, standards and our ideals high. One should remember that ideals are like stars in the sky. One can never really reach them but we can always use the stars to chart our course with skill and certainty like the mighty mariner who sailed the storm tossed sea with the help of the stars.
Diversity is the one thing that we all have in common and we must celebrate it every day. Creativity and individualism are the core qualities in the present field of education. When success in the class room is defined in terms of competitive status with others, only a few students can be successful. However, when individual growth is the criterion for success, then all students can experience success regardless of their comparative status.
So let us march ahead with strong determination, hope, positive thinking and self confidence.
Felix Schelling has very rightly said, “True education makes for inequality, the inequality of individuality, the inequality of success, the glorious inequality of talent, of genius.”
Always remember, life is not measured by the number of breaths we take, but by the moments that take our breath away.
Sanjivani Rural Education Society