"Visions of World Benefit & Global Responsibility: Perspectives of McGill Students

Wednesday, August 15, 2007

The tradition educational system tends to be more conservative and less liberality. The professor usually teaches the same material over years without updating. Also, the studying atmosphere is considered individualized instead of team working. Each student focuses more on their own ideas or goals. It is also because of the large numbers of students each class contains. Thus, the verbal skills and social skills are greatly ignored, so as their studying attitudes. We should try to improve student satisfaction and promoting positive attitudes by minimizes the class size and initiate personal attitude. The lecturer should care more about students needs in order to accomplish the study goal.
Furthermore, the real life case studies should be helpful when we are solving the actual problem. We can learn the knowledge faster when we experience the real situation. In addition, improving cross culture understanding is also very important issue, especially in Canada. It means that we can not just learn single scenario from one culture background. The global cultural diversity should be fully understood to prevent any misunderstanding.

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