A symposium for the students’ circle in the Yemeni Congregation for Reform in the Hadhramaut Valley and Desert emphasized the importance of education in building and renaissance the nation.
The symposium, which was organized in the city of Seiyun, noted that the next stage requires an educated generation that bears the responsibility of sailing the ship of the homeland and overcoming the waves that crash into it with the weapon of science and the pen instead of bullets.
The symposium, whose axes were presented by Jihad Tariq Lardi, Abu Bakr Al-Adani Al-Haid and Abdul Rahman Bakir, noted the renewal of modern methods and the introduction of e-learning in the educational process.
She emphasized the right of the girl to education and work to combat discrimination in obtaining her right to education in all its stages by launching campaigns to raise awareness of the role of women alongside men in building the nation and their participation with him in providing basic services to society.
The symposium dealt with the challenges facing the educational process represented in the wrong policies pursued by successive governments that have negative effects on the educational process, as well as the exclusion of qualified cadres from the educational and educational process pyramid, the scientific deficiency in educational management and the lack of some specialized competencies and financial capabilities.
She stressed the focus on the performance of the curriculum in the early stages, as it is considered the basis for the later educational stages, through which students can pass all stages efficiently and proficiently.
The symposium pointed out that the curricula did not keep pace with the modern stage, in addition to the need for the educational environment to rehabilitate some schools due to the overcrowding of students and their overcrowding in classes, the deterioration of some schools and the weakness of extra-curricular activities that change the general atmosphere.
The symposium considered the lack of employment and the delay in disbursing teachers’ rights as a reason for a number of teachers to drop out and take jobs that are not related to their scientific specializations in light of a difficult living situation for the citizen.
She touched on the challenges of university education represented by the rise in fuel, which resulted in raising the transportation fare, as well as the high cost of housing for students, in addition to the curriculum, which is still traditional.
The symposium concluded with a number of solutions and treatments that will contribute to improving the efficiency and quality of education and reducing student dropouts from education.
The symposium referred to the role of parents towards their children in raising the motivation of learning towards raising the level of educational attainment and encouraging them with moral and material motivation, and the necessity of the father following up on the results of exams and solving school homework.
The symposium sent a message to the teacher, urging him to identify the students’ tendencies, psyches, and mental abilities, and to know the psychological entrances for each student, in order to motivate students and understand the curriculum, as well as taking into account individual differences in the level of understanding and thinking and diversity in the use of educational aids to facilitate understanding the material, responding with the student and solving his problems and being close to him. To reduce the gap between the teacher and the student and to create a safe learning environment away from intimidation and scarecrow from some subjects and to believe in their abilities to overcome the difficulties they face.
In addition, the symposium clarified the role of the school in introducing technology into education and activating extra-curricular activities because of their great importance in breaking the routine and discovering the talents and abilities of students.
The participants in the symposium called for selecting school administrations with competence and experience in the administrative and educational field, qualifying and training teachers as the focal point in the educational process, raising teachers’ wages and salaries, and paying attention to schools by providing the basic requirements they need from scientific laboratories and computers.