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The school of the future
 
I think the school of the future will be a happy place. It will be a place where happy children will be excitedly involved with learning activities which will benefit them greatly. They will be studying in a healthy and clean environment.

The school building will be clean and inviting. Students will enjoy many facilities that technology has brought them. Shuttles will take the children from one building to another. There will be sky bridges connecting buildings and, therefore, students and teachers can access all the different facilities easily.

All the classrooms will be equipped with facilities of technology so that learning will be an exciting experience. There will be a chance to gain hands-on experience as students will get to go on field trips regularly. Children will learn at their own pace and thus there will be less pressure to keep up with others. A vibrant learning environment will make school an attractive place of children.

Teachers will be facilitators and will assist children to acquire knowledge as robots or machines cannot replace the human factor. Naturally, teachers will still be needed to teach human values and emotional growth as machines cannot be a substitute in that aspect. Only human beings can impart feelings and ensure that students understand their role in the world as caring and responsible inhabitants of this planet.

The school of the future will make sure that the students leave school with the necessary skills to fit the employment market and be good citizens of the country. Students must understand that they have a role to play in this world. When they leave school, they must be good human beings of whom the country can be proud.

     
hands-on   someone who has hands-on experience of something has done or used it rather than just read or learned about it
     
field trips   a visit made by students to study something away from their school or college
 
 
 

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