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Japanese people are known for their intelligence, politeness, and wellness. Why is this nation so unique and different from the rest of the world? It seems we’ve found the answer – they have an incredibly cool education system and unique teaching methods! Watch till the end – there is a small but brilliant bonus for you.
Let’s start with a unique Japanese method in the schools for developing creativity in kids. We believe that the whole world needs to adopt! It’s called “Nameless paints.” Japanese designers named Yusuke Imai and Ayami Moteki created an unusual set to teach kids colors and painting. This fantastic set won the 2012 Kokuyo Design Award.
Let’s see how it works. “Nameless paints” includes ten tubes that don’t have color names such as “yellow,” “blue,” or “green.” Instead, there are only spots of a particular color or colors on each tube. As you can see, the spots are also different sizes.
The designers’ aim is to change the way kids think and learn. They want children to understand what shade they will get if they mix certain colors.
For instance, a child looks at the tube with two spots: pink and blue. He doesn’t know what color hides inside. He squeezes the tube and gets… purple color! So, as a result, the kid learns that the same amounts of pink and blue paints create purple.
Here’s another example – a tube with a big blue spot and small pink one. It means if you mix a small amount of the pink color and a large amount of the blue color, you’ll get dark-blue color. Interesting, right?
As you can see, each tube hides a particular color inside. Pink, yellow, blue, purple, red, dark green, dark blue, orange, light-green, and black. However, to get one of these shades, the child should think about which colors create it.
As a result, they learn how to create new colors and how to mix them. It’s an easy and fun way to understand the color theory.
Recent studies have shown that free thinking is an attribute that a person can acquire over time, and the schools play the most important part in developing creativity.
Now, here’s the bonus – 10 brilliant features of the Japanese education system the whole world needs to adopt. The success of the Japanese culture is very simple: they put a lot of effort and time in the education system trying to make it not only useful but also fun.
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Schools should create students mind into their life one basic success
Success in every part and competition of life and teach them fail is a part of success. Success in achieving kindness politeness education love and other values they should boost their creativity by putting bright colours around them so they can think bright . Bright future Bright LIFE. The school should Take Saturday Sunday in living students in there school hostles so they can take responsibility of cleaning their room ironing their clothes doing laundry and think that they are adult and can do everything . Schools should take manners class everyday showing students how to respect .
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using nameless paint set children unaware of how they can describe something in color when having a conversation in different world or language....so...no...it's an ok idea but in the end it will spell trouble for many future students....especially language barrier... although interesting part of aspect of Japanese......not all do what this shows you about Japanese....be aware that every culture is different in their own personal respectable ways....to see the "good" side of these culture means you see advertisement/incentive of how culture wants to show themselves around the world....Japanese are vey old fashion in the way of traditional mannerism and attitude in psychological ways....as well as very compulsive when it comes to showing others how great they think they are....but that's their culture......compulsive and creative such that they compulsively try to be as a pure as white snow even though not all Japanese follow same route as general Japanese.....it's like flock of geese following one another until some disagrees and goes to another route....but they all get there at same location one way or another....all cultures do this as well as Japanese....they may seem very unique but that's just advertisement....they are as same as africans in school uniforms as well as aboriginese in business suit jackets!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
The best, most effective system of education I have ever seen, includes the twice a day practice of Transcendental Meditation. TM is practiced in schools in more than 60 countries...people of all religions practice TM. And most important, the children love it! And the results are immediate:
40% reduction in psychological distress, including stress, anxiety, and depression
10% improvement in test scores -- and a narrowing of the achievement gap
86% reduction in suspensions, over two years
65% decrease in violent conflict, over two years
Check out the David Lynch Foundation website...great short videos showing the benefits...
Hey please make video on exposing Indian education system and also please give us solutions how can we improve our education standards. I will tell you in Indian education system many colleges and schools loot money from parents and students in the name of education.
IAM from India here system and syllabus is so bad, teachers also have poor knowledge. only army schools and residential school which maintain high standards are good but they are only few and cost more fee than that private schools which are nearer to civil beings. In India education has become an business institutes so no knowledge only results are important ( many people don't understand topic they just store the contents in brain up to exams and write in exams ) that decide the feature of them, we do have government school which is terrible world, teachers don't have knowledge and syllabus are in the hands of state government which all subjects are in state language except English syllabus is also not logical good
The information is very interesting and helpful. Unfortunately, using Chinese music and a Chinese picture when you’re talking about Japanese education is pretty ignorant. Please research your materials better. Great content and message, but please show that you’re really respecting education by not mixing two different cultures.
I m ftom country where Our school systems is not concerned about building the character of the student and teach them how to learn its all about cramming cramming and cramming and they just want result that's all they didn't check our they our grades and therefore mostly students are crammer rather than being intelligent
Their system is mostly based on cramming and learning by heart. They learn only to fill in some tests word by word. If you want to see how effective it is, go to Japan and see how 16- year-old teenagers "speak" English. Then go to any other European country and repeat the experiment.
पुत्राश्च विविधैः शीलैः नियोज्याः सततं बुधैः
नीतिज्ञाः शीलसम्पन्नाः भवन्ति कुलपूजिताः
- चाणक्य नीति
putraashcha vividhaiH shIlaiH niyojyaaH satataM budhaiH
nItij~naaH shIlasampannaaH bhavanti kulapUjitaaH
- chaaNakya nIti
Meaning of the subhAShita:
Intelligent people always equip children with varieties of integrities moralities and ethics. Those with moral integrity and endowed with character, become worshiped in the clan.
The newest chinese toys in the store, the latest remote controlled belligerent gadgets in the market - are these really the things we need to equip children with? Watching television all day, playing video games in between, fighting with toy guns, toy tanks, toy rockets - this becoming the trend of life, the children today are losing out on personal interactions, people skills and more essentially, moral values and learn and pick up belligerent qualities to fight!
The verse says people who are smart know that the only paraphernalia they need to arm their children with, is integrity, morality and ethics. A sound moral ground provides varieties of integrities - being good conduct, good character, truthfulness, respecting the elders, honest, working hard, compassion, co-operative attitude, patience, so the list goes on! Children with such background, become of solid moral and ethical character. It is they, who have a strong moral stance and a pronounced character, that come to be respected in the society in all geographical pockets and at all times. Knowing this chain of links, intelligent parents take those first steps right from the start.
Instead of pampering children with materials which gives momentary pleasures, if they are trained from younger days to respect and value people and things around them, they will be much better off later in life. An increase of material comforts does not in any way whatsoever conduce moral growth.
Children will not remember you for the material things you provided them (which will be completely forgotten by them when they become adults), but for the feeling that you cherished them and how well you equipped them to brace the pressures of life, with confidence and respect!
पुत्राः च विविधैः शीलैः नियोज्याः सततं बुधैः
putraaH cha vividhaiH shIlaiH niyojyaaH satataM budhaiH
नीतिज्ञाः शील-सम्पन्नाः भवन्ति कुल-पूजिताः
nItij~naaH shIla-sampannaaH bhavanti kula-pUjitaaH
R.RAMAKRISHNAN, BANGALORE, KARNATAKA, INDIA 22/11/2018
India is a country where students get government jobs according to the RESERVATION CATEGORY . It seems people will born with different brains in their point of view . Indian politics is crazy.... This is where untouchability feelings arise among the people .
No test until grade four? My son is in the second grade at our local public school in Fukuoka. He has tests almost on a weekly basis.
There was a time when the Ministry of Education tried to place less emphasis on rote memorization and more on what they called "integrated education" to help kids develop the ability to think and learn independently. Noble goals, yes, but there was a dramatic decline in academic ability as a result. The "Yutori Education", or "relaxed education" of the 90s, fell out of favor and was, to many parents' relief, abandoned a few years ago.
Indian education system sucks..its only for brilliant student nd not for average student way of teaching is ancient and they focus on theoretical knowledge not on practical knowledge..most of the time student dnt knw wat they are studying..this happened with me firstly i was studying in science stream then i quit because nothing was tought practically i had to just mug up everything which i dnt like..
I’ve grown up in Japan but let me make completely clear about this.
You might think that Japanese schools offer the creative courses or grow up their creativity.
But you know what?
What the Japanese schools do is basically to “equalize” the students, which just makes students fit into the Japanese society.
In this country right now, lots of Japanese believe in the hegemony that is “Japan is such a wonderful country!” or “Japan is pretty amazing country.”
Iam a Indian, and iam from tamilnadu. I finished my higher secondary and I also joined my college but I didn't take any efforts to join college and I even didn't study for my semester but I get good marks...
I'm from Israel, our education system is a bit of a freak. We learn English from kindergarten because language absorption is better in these years.
In elementary school we learn Arabic in addition to English and Hebrew, we also learn about minority groups in Israel, in order to bring solidarity to the class and make sure we do not discriminate against anyone
(And to all those who ask: Yes, Israeli Arabs or Palestinians, of course, study with us in the same class)
It is obligatory to read books, even in elementary years when the teacher brings you a book to read and later when you are studying in high school.
In high school there are robotics and high-tech courses. Of course, there are also elective courses such as technology and software languages. Computer classes are quite mandatory. Now it also goes into all areas of study and we have homework on websites like Ofek and CET. We also test and score for our tests on the Internet.
In times of war we also learn only through the Internet and even if a teacher lives far he can use Skype to transfer a lesson although it is less common. In addition, Israel pays English teachers and students from abroad to come to teach and speak with us in English to improve our English.
The student council is responsible, of course, for Purim and for all the special holidays (such as the Halloween festival at your place). The students'
In addition, there are robotics competitions between schools, and a class whose robot wins flying to Canada to the world competition. We also go with the entire class at the age of 17 to travel together in Poland to see the extermination camps on the one hand and the fact that the past and the country have progressed to the future on the other.
There are also additives that I will not dig on (experiments and university studies during high school physics, etc.)
And despite all that, I wrote all of this on Google Translate because Israelis are lazy :)
I live Indian as I see this vedio I am empresing but now I sham to become an India education system in my country is also carupte by principle, teacher and also supervisor and comminity who visit every year and there is no changes like that🙄🙄🙄
This is from india, india is a county where government makes their future plans or budgets statically for how they can won the next term elections. Where there is only 4 percent of budgets get to education.and others 96 percent is to preparing next elections 🙃🙃🙃🙃🙃🙃🙃sad
Mostly collect except Yes Chinese music and pics also Korean mix.
On thing add...the compulsory education finish high school also not kindergarten, if you want to go high school you have to pass the exam and marks and you have to pay fee!!! If you can't afford or couldn't pass the exam,you have choice.The vocational training school,night time school, stay home or get job.So if you don't want to high, school you don't need.Example if you want to be singer,you start work teenager and keep working.Just like Namie Amuro!Oh,one more information.You have to pay for the uniform.There are summer and winter uniform.One set is about 60000yen.Maybe 600us doller?Also we use special indoor shoes which is very cheep about 4us dollerLOL and bags,Gym clothes...very expensive to go to school in Japan.Each kids get text books which paid by japanese people's tax.About 10 texbooks!Thanks to people!
In the Philippines:
> Color lectures only, not interactive workshop, in pre-school (Nursery, Prep, Kindergarten). I think this is optional.
> We do exams on the first grade (Grade 1), Age 7. Start of education is 4 years old.
> While academic year in Japan is April 1st (this is what U.S. called it "A Fool's Day"), academic year in the Philippines is the 2nd week of June, and that is in all Elementary, High School, and College days.
However, I receive the reports that the University of the Philippines (UP) and Ateneo de Manila University (ADMU), without any official legislative directives, decided that January 1 is the academic year. UP and ADMU offers only college courses.
> Preschool, Elementary, and Highschool adopt a one-year academic calendar, where the third week of December to first week of January is the vacation week (A transition that comes near Christmas Day and New Year), and also the spring break (third week of March to 2nd week of June).
In College, the adoption of semestral break or trimestral break depends on the College or University (e.g. De La Salle University adopts trimestral basis while the rest of the university, such as Far Eastern University, University of the East, and University of Sto. Tomas, adopt the semestral basis).
> In Elementary and High School, we were been designated by groups who will be cleaners at the end of the classroom session for Monday, Tuesday, till Friday. We were not allowed to go home unless the classroom is clean.
In College, designation of cleaners do not apply. It is the student's conscience if they will leave the classroom dirty and let the janitors clean the classroom for the next sesssion.
> Standardized lunch menu does not apply here. The choice is for the students to pack their own lunch or buy in the canteen/cafeteria. Some schools banned the soft drinks while others continue to do so.
> After-school workshops do not apply here.
> 8-hour class session applies here in Elementary and Highschool, although in Preschool and Primary Elementary has half-day class in the morning and others in the afternoon. College hours do not apply here, as long as the required load unit subject will be taken to graduate.
> Uniform policy is very strict here during Pre-school, Elementary, High School, and College years. We do wear white uniform (with logo depends on the school), black pants, and leather shoes, unless during Physical Education (P.E.) subject, like P.E. Uniform, school-required jogging pants, and rubber shoes.
University of the Philippines, Ateneo de Manila University, and De La Salle University, the first three of the Top 4 Universities in the Philippines have no uniform requirement, whereas University of Santo Tomas has a strict uniform requirement. The rests of the college requires a uniform.
Tuck-in polo uniform for boys are not required.
> Regarding competition, everyone in this world faces severe competition, with high unemployment rate, which is frustrating if not hired on the spot.
I have also noted that in comparison to Universal Primary Education (UPE) in Uganda, there is a lot to be admired. UPE has failed to take up in Uganda for there are many drawbacks. I don't know whether it is because the economy of Japan is higher than Uganda or it is due to mismanagement. There is a lot to be studied.
Well, thanks a lot. This kind of teaching would be the best in some of our African countries. Talk and chalk method is too outdated. The pedagogical advantages of such teaching out way the traditional methods.
Everything nice!!! But students are not relieved from tension. How to prove that this education system is good for a student of any country? What is fun in learning? Children will have different learning curves!!! Nowhere this is addressed. There should be no competition amongst the students! The real talent in the student should be brought out. For selecting the talent there should be a method. Stuffing the subject has become the passion amongst the education institutions and one school competes with the other. Even parents have fallen into this dirty competition. We are seeing suicides of sensitive students as they are not able to adjust themselves to these systems. Sensitive doesn't mean that they are not intelligent.
Emotion is something that needs to be given utmost importance and value. Feelings of a child is something that is to be given utmost importance. Without understanding the students inner feelings stuffing subjects is not good. At the end what is noticed is that all forget what they have learned!! Even in Japanese schools there is tremendous competition. There is every need to develop a new system that will really be useful for the individual and society.
Hi i'm From indonesia. our Education system here is like "Making a Super Intelligent Spy"
because we have to be at school at 7:30 in the morning and start learning.
at school we are taught many things such as mathematics, foreign languages, literary languages, natural sciences, geography, biology, sports, and those related to art are not very important. we had to learn almost all of that since elementary school... TAKE THAT... "WE MAKING A SUPER INTELLIGENT SPY" LOL
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