ELONA RITVAN KORDHA
Authors country of origin: Albania
Institutional affiliation: Department of Teaching and English Language
Branch of Vlora.
Indeed, any strategy for change must contend with the diverse factors affecting the education system, the interactions of its parts, and the intricate interdependencies within it and with its environment.As we consider these problems, we become increasingly cognizant of the various possibilities of using concepts and methods of the study of complex systems for providing direction and strategies to facilitate the introduction of viable and successful changes. A key insight from complex systems is that simple solutions are not likely to be effective in cases such
as the education system, and that providing a balance or coexistence of what seem to be opposites may provide the greatest opportunities for successful courses of action. In the following we consider.Integrating the commonly polarized goals of education; i.e. the goal that focuses on transmitting knowledge with the goal that emphasizes the development of the individual student. Adapting teaching to different student characteristics by using diverse
methods of teaching.
Key words:Class Education, educators and subject-area specialists, public-commentary periods,
Volume 3.No.2(2020): December
ISSN 2661-2666 (Online) International Scientific Journal Monte (ISJM)
ISSN 2661-264X (Print)
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