Kepu Li

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Kepu Li
Posted over 1 year ago
One relatively simple and cheap change can be made to schooling to reduce opt out and drop out rates.
This is a amazing idea, in this way, students will have more passion in seeking knowledge and "climb to the final stage." I mean it can be a huge motive for me! But just for noticing, there are few problems that can be happen through this grading system. Because each student has a different path of learning, it's hard for teachers to schedule classes; students might have a huge gap of stages in learning. Also, when some students finish the course earlier, it can also deal pressure on other students to doubt themselves which might cause other mental problem than only a feeling for failure. Plus, Because each student has a individualized learning path, there will be much more effort paid, in another word, this idea might met challenges while normalizing.
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Kepu Li
Posted over 1 year ago
Is imagination a more valuable asset than knowledge?
I agree; however, to produce a result, only imagination is not enough. Admittedly, Imagination might be a more valuable asset for a person because it's a person's characteristic, while knowledge is something can be learned for other sources. However, knowledge is the foundation for a person to make his imagination become realistic, Imagination, itself, might be too ideal and fancy without the foundation of knowledge. And how to define valuable is also a issue. Is it something rare or something meaningful? Whichever meaning can cause different perspectives. So, for now, I think imagination and knowledge are linked together and are both valuable asset for a person.