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What's behind Student suicides in Hong Kong?   [Copy link] 中文

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seneca Post time: 2017-2-28 18:03
The reasons why Hong Kong pupils kill themselves are identical to the reasons that led Koreans, Japa ...

Please do not impress upon others your IGNORANCE!
Probably, your statistical data have to be compiled again.
Further, hope that you know how to do it correctly.
Unless there is proof, better not to spread rumors intentionally.

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seneca Post time: 2017-2-28 18:03
The reasons why Hong Kong pupils kill themselves are identical to the reasons that led Koreans, Japa ...

Far more per population?

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pressure ..?

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seneca Post time: 2017-2-28 19:22
Asian student and pupil suicides have been a long-standing topic. When I first came to China, this ...

So u can't answer ok

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Exams should be fun, not hell. Problem is the questions are set by those who when young had gone through the same difficulties and could not ask themselves first why it should not be fun instead and yet deliver the same objective of testing understanding.

Exams should be seen more an extension of the appreciation of knowledge. The young should be seen as people who like puzzles, curiosities, games and chases. So turn each question into a puzzle a young mind would relish solving. If s.he succeeds and scores, how happy the face for solving a puzzle, how indifferent the face if it was just a test question.

Remove the stress of taking exams so that not just the young but also their parents can heave a sigh of relief that while the standards of an exams can still be maintained by breadth and depth of the question, the students will still be tested but in a way they consider fun and an invitation to a challenge they can rise to. It will be like a visit to a carnival where they can see the prize and all that is needed is to get the right ring into the neck of that pesky bottle.  Oh what a beautiful big panda bear.

Everything can be made fun, even textbooks and classroom notes. Example, how does one teach latitude and longitude in school maths? The math teacher known for his stern look suddenly appears dressed with a pirate's hat and an eye patch. And what has happened to his front tooth, the students ask amused. They are intrigued. There is a hearty and humorous murmur all the way to the back of the room. I am a pirate today, he grins. Let's go but touching his chin and raising an eyebrow, the sea is big, the boat is small. How to get to the treasure by the shortest distance and fastest time ahead of the other pirate ships? The students rise to the challenge. Latitude and Longitude, laoxi.

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