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SABS Documentary SCREENING, speakers emphasise to introduce MODERN TRENDS IN EDUCATION SYSTEM.

Jamshoro (Press Release): 1 April 2022: Shaheed Allah Buksh Soomro (SABS) University of Art, Design and Heritages Jamshoro organized a documentary screening of "The Finland Phenomenon". The documentary consisted for basic information of one of the best education system of the world. On Finland Phenomenon the filmmaker, Bob Compton, follows Dr. Tony Wagner, a Harvard researcher conducted a thorough investigation on Finland’s extraordinary school system. It was short, to-the-point documentary, but it had quite a good impact on students, because it illustrated so succinctly the innovative approach to education reforms. In documentary it was shown that teachers in Finland are not monitored or rated based on test scores, and teachers (as well as their students) have a great deal of autonomy. It is a system built on mutual trust, and the film drives home the notion that trust rather than inappropriate accountability leads to real results. It demonstrates that it is the trust which leads to teachers and students and members of government to own the system and efficiently contribute.
Vice-chancellor SABS Prof. Dr. Bhai Khan Shar and presenter Niranjan Rajani briefed students regarding the documentary and compared Finland and Pakistan's education system. Speakers said that Pakistani education system needs revolutionary changes for implementing quality education and this is high time when the countries of world are ranked on basis of education system not the ammunition. They said that our policy makers must learn from the education system of Finland where the improvement started in decade of 80's and within no time they launched the best schooling system in the world. The renowned analyst and writer on international politics Prof. Dr. Abdul Majeed Chandio also attended the screening session.
The documentary screening was attended by large number of students, faculty and staff members.

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