วันเสาร์ที่ 6 สิงหาคม พ.ศ. 2559

Learning by Doing & Sharing



I bike every day after work. While biking on my usual route to my faculty, I often see groups of students exchanging knowledge to each other. Seeing things like that, I then feel for myself back in my school time, with no opportunity to group to exchange knowledge or discuss class lessons with top classmates who tried to get themselves away from their poor classmates. 

In my opinion, I think exchanging knowledge is a human-based learning, and it utilizes skills of human interaction, critical thinking, answering questions and more. Definitely, they never get these skills, if exchanging knowledge is cut off.  

In fact, there are countless types of top classmates. Some are good at sharing knowledge with their poor students and some are not. Why? Many reasons, but a main reason is that most top students like getting knowledge but not giving knowledge. Educational goals of each top student are different. Some learn to win first-class honors. Some learn not only to finish it but to help their poor students finish it. 

Quick question: How can poor students learn things with their top classmates, in order to keep themselves up with lessons learned in classes? 

Firstly, top students must open the door for poor students to get in for the exchange of knowledge. 

Secondly, poor students must open the door for top students to help share knowledge with them. 

Thirdly, top and poor students must build bridges, with positive reactions and determination to the sharing of knowledge.  

By doing this, it leads to a balanced world of sharing-related learning. it is regarded a great thing to do. Like many top universities, students are very active to learn new things not only from teachers but their classmates, including knowledge-sharing activities.

One of the main reasons is that class hours are limited as all teachers follow their make-up class tables, so students should find a way of learning outside the classroom. Without class hours to limit a desire of learning, students are free and relaxed so they can learn what they need from their classmates. 

It's more relaxing than learning with a teacher in class, because most classes bring students stress and pressure, especially math, physics and English grammar. Therefore, learning only from teachers is not as significant as learning from everyone at any time.  







Written by Beboy Manyou  
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