“Educating for Reality”

“Educating for Reality”

Education is that which makes a man happy by getting acquaintance with real circumstances of life; create capacity for struggling with adverse situation in life. Realistic education is connected with the needs of life. ” (Dr. Chaube, S.P. and Akilesh : philosophical and Sociological; Foundation of Education, P. 171).

Educating young people for reality includes not imposing the structure of scientific civilization and technological specialization on them in such a way that they never get their feet on the ground.

Based on the experiences of the members of SOLE in life and academics, we tend to offer mentorship and carrier guidance to students in order for them to make life choices that will improve their lives and the community around them. Approximately, between 1000 and 1600 secondary school and tertiary institutions students have so far benefited from our program of carrier guidance since 2020 until date.

One student from one secondary school that we are not mentioning here for the purpose of clients consent performed poorly in one paper. This particular student  got 34% in fine Arts  and below is the result.

So what in the end does it mean to “educate for reality”? What is the goal of education? Its goal is that a person learn to take what is real as real. Reality is not real for every person. Things and other people do not appear to every person as they truly are, but rather under the subjective perspective of what is pleasant or unpleasant, useful or harmful. What do we call it when something—or someone—becomes for us what it or he truly is?

We engaged this particular student in our Career guidance and Tech for change program. In this program, SOLE engages youth and students to make better use of technology /Social Media. Social media should purposely help us learn for real. This particular student took our guidance and started using social media for learning and today the student is able to produce the below items. In a week she can make about 3 to 4. SOLE sampled one beneficiary who got 34 % in Fine Arts. This student attended our carrier guidance, mentorship program and the use of technology/social media for educating for reality. Today over a period of one year now, the student watches online tuition and is able design things like these

“Educating for reality” is therefore just another word for “educating for love.”

Art work

Based on the experiences of the members of SOLE in life and academics, we tend to offer mentorship and carrier guidance to students in order for them to make life choices that will improve their lives and the community around them. Approximately, between 1000 and 1600 secondary school and tertiary institutions students have so far benefited from our program of carrier guidance since 2020 until date.

We are proud of her talent. Our question to everyone is how has the use of technology/social media benefited you as an individual? Think about how to generate income from the data bundle you are using every day. Does that connect you to a liked-minded person? If not get in touch with us and we can help you out.

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