How Education Impacts Productivity

How Education Impacts Productivity

Author: Johnny Ch Lok

Publisher: Independently Published

ISBN: 1719948585

Page: 164

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Preface This book research two questions: (1) Does it have relationship between education and future student productivity? (2) Does school teacher individual teaching productivity raising represent student individual learning quality ...

Preface This book research two questions: (1) Does it have relationship between education and future student productivity? (2) Does school teacher individual teaching productivity raising represent student individual learning quality raising ? This booklet goals to provide an explanation for to enable financial scholars to think that productiveness and schooling has shut dating to persuade constructing Asia nations' monetary progress these days? in addition, I shall point out how development concept can help it has courting among schooling and productiveness. Additionally, I shall point out how the 2 assorted channels in which human capital can have an effect on future. I write this book aims to let university educators or students or decision makers have fresh ideas to solve any challenges in educational aspects and give my recommendations how to attract more student to choose the school to study . I shall explain why information technology (IT) will be the best educational method to solve any future student learning emotion and teacher teaching challeges. This book is suitable to any students or educators who have interest to predict what will be future educational unpredictable challenges as well as to make evaluation to judge whether IT technology will be easy to be used to teachers to teach as well as to students to adapt to learn easily . Anymore, students are as university customers. In consumer behavior theory, I shall indicate how ( information technology) IT educational method can be applied to solve this challenges, such as educational subject development challenge, developing countries educational challenges, choosing university to study challenge, student university life challenge, education and economy challenge influences developing country student psychology and raise teaching quality challenge in my book. Finally, I believe that these challenges will encounter to global education industry in our future. I aim to let educators to recognize IT will be the most suitable educational method to attempt to solve these educational challenges and I also expect any readers can learn new ideas to attempt to solve these challenges.



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