by Adam Babekir Mohamed
According to Virginia Gildersleeve “The ability to think straight, some knowledge of the past, some vision of the future, some urge to fit that service into the well-being of the community- these are the most vital things that education must try to produce”
Sharing your knowledge with others is one step on the path of your contribution to the development of your community, so contribute to community development through your information and experience in your specialty.
Questions for Discussion
- What approaches and techniques can we use as means and methods of acquiring some knowledge of the past?
- How can our knowledge of the past be employed in order to create an appropriate vision of the future we aspire to?
- How can we put the elitism of the educated class at the service of the deprived in the remote underdeveloped rural communities?
- To what extent can the underdeveloped rural communities benefit from the revolutionary IT development?
From Questions we mentioned above, Share Your Thoughts below!
This article is from:
Adam Babekir Mohamed, MSc.
University of Gadrif
32211Gadarif – Sudan