January 31, 2013

Adult Education

Adult Education

Adult education is education given to the adults or grown up people of a country in different forms. It generally means teaching uneducated adults how to read and write. But it also means teaching them the ways of working efficiently in their different professions or places of work. It may also mean teaching them better ways of living, enjoying life or making use of their time..4essay.blogspot.com

Adult education is necessary in a country like ours. About seventy five per cent of our adults are uneducated and illiterate. They cannot easily learn new ways of doing work in their different professions. Consequently, they cannot easily progress or earn much. Through proper adult education, our working people can become more useful for the society and the country. They can serve their nation well by learning better ways of working on their jobs. Educated laborers can easily learn ways of working new machines. They can read books about the different techniques of production. Thus, they can become efficient industrial workers and can increase the product on of their country. When they work well they will be able to get higher wages. Educated farmers can easily learn new and better ways of cultivating their fields and growing crops. They can learn to use and repair tractors, harvesters, tube-well engines and other farm machines..4essay.blogspot.com

Educated adults know or understand their rights and duties and the laws of the country much better than uneducated people. They can read newspapers and magazines and can learn about social and natural problems. They can discuss the political, social and economic aims of the government and the programmers of political parties. Then they can elect the most suitable candidates for positions of power. Ministers, members of Parliament and the Provincial Assemblies, educationalists, social workers and economic experts should discuss the ways of educating the common people in the mass media. Then they should formulate a national adult education plan. Under the plan, the central and provincial governments can pool their resources to make it a success.4essay.blogspot.com

Under the national education plan, literacy centers can be set up in every part of the country. All kinds of buildings, like those of schools, factories, city government halls, hotels, restaurants and government offices can be used. Temporary structures for teaching can be erected, especially in the villages. Teaching can be more effective through television and radio programmes, films discussions and demonstrations of teaching materials. Education can be divided into categories teaching the people how to read and write, religious education, professional education to make the people better workers, social education to make them better citizens, and so on. Women can be specially educated in other fields too, for example, in sewing, cooking and looking after their children.

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