There are growing concerns that our government educational system is not adequately preparing the students to develop the knowledge they need to live and work successfully in today's complex society. And the underprivilged children who cannot afford to go to private schools wind up studying at government schools. But HOPE is providing them an opportunity to recieve free and quality education at HOPE Schools.
HOPE believes that there is a need for schools to provide opportunities for students to engage in activities that promote in-depth understanding, critical thinking, creative problem solving, and the ability to use knowledge in real-life settings. So that, even the students from underprivileged families can excel in today's fast moving world.
Taking this viewpoint along, HOPE conducted a training event at HOPE Formal School, Zia Colony, which was lead by Zoaib Mirza, Director at USA Adner School of Professional Psychology.
He gave a session on "learning process of children", where he explained and trained the teachers how to act as guides and advisors, building bridges between their students' individual interests and understandings and the common skills and knowledge society expects them to acquire.