That the the students always have a hectic schedule has become an alarming problem in today’s life. It is the highly competitive environment that engender a great deal of unecessary pressure. In my view, introducing a new study method to students is an optimum way to battle this issue besides other feasible solutions.
Apparently, a large number of students are forced to work painstakingly due to the growing demands in these days’ society as well as their parents’ high expectation, which may later play a major role in the dramatic reduction of their free time and activities. As a consequence, these students have put themselves under a lot of unecessary pressure. These provided external and internal factors therefore account for the burdens that students have to face nowadays.
The number of solutions to this problem varies greatly. Firstly, renewing the current teaching programs, such as adding more practical sections or reducing unecessarily academic period, might seem to lessen students’ pressure finely. Nevertheless, this approach is indeed impractical owing to the fact that it will cost billions of the national budget without tackling the roost of the problem, the high-demanding society to be specific. Besides, many teachers will be incapable of adapting to the new teaching method within a short amount of time.
Secondly, it is advisable that families and their teachers should have a relaxed attitude towards their children. This approach, however, contains impossibility since changing the aged’s long-established behaviours is undeniably difficult. Even if it should be conducted, this action may spur the creation of students’ laziness due to the fact that there are no pushing factors to stimulate themselves.
Lastly, it is the introduction of the modern studying techniques to students, such as speed reading, memory’s improvement or mind-maping. This action might not only better the quality of these students’ studies, but it will also form a solid tool which will facilitate these learners to adapt to the prospectively different educations. Furthermore, this approach is clearly economic since these valuable skills can be obtained within a budget cost. Evidently, since the introduction of Adam Khoo’s three-dollar book, “I am gifted, so you are”, there has been a dramatic breakthrough in the results of those students who read this book.
On the whole, although modifying the current teaching programs as well as altering people’s pressure imposing on students are indeed good methods to tackle their shortage of leisure time, the best way to alleviate these problems is the inception of the new studying skills thereafter.