We live in a dynamic information age largely driven by scientific communication and the digital revolution. The demand to be informed is relentless. Popular magazines routinely carry articles on how to cope with this constant barrage of information.
In an unparalleled period of information overload, the world is desperately troubled because of its fundamental lack of basic understanding. Much is said and done about educational programs for students throughout the world.
Now more than ever, we see sophisticated courses appearing every year, and yet the high percentage of failure still persists.
Educational Departments and Institutions are criticised, and teachers blamed for these failures. So, more finances are budgeted for education – just again to upgrade courses in the hope of improving the student pass rate.
The problem however does not altogether lie in the education presented at schools, colleges and universities as thousands of trained people concentrate their efforts annually in developing and improving the programs.
“If only all teachers taught properly. If only they taught not just history, maths, literature, or what ever, but also how to study history, maths, literature…. But they so often seem to take that side of things for granted, as if it were simply a matter of common sense.” - The Readers Digest on “How to Write and Speak Better”
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