Learning has been one of the most important elements in the life of a human being and animals alike. Unlike animals, we have been gifted the thought and intelligence that allows us to weave our creativity in technology and innovation as well as for the betterment of the society. So how important is the learning culture in our daily life?
Most of the education system mainly emphasizes on examinations and the main goal is passing them with flying colours if you wish to secure a better future for yourself. This system which does not really emphasize on the development of the individual in all aspects in particular the learning culture.
The learning culture in this case is more direct and may hinder with learning processes such as creativity, innovation, artistic values and also moral values in students.
Family is also an important part in the learning process of a child or individual. Daily tasks, moral values and home discipline is able to educate the children and provide them with a platform to learn about the outside world and also what they should and should not do. The morality and characteristics of a child or individual is mainly affected by the learning culture at home.
Learning is the most important part of life in every living organism in the world especially to humans. Without knowledge which is obtained through learning, there would never be world wonders such as the Taj Mahal, Pyramid of Giza, the Great Wall in China and the smallest devices such as hand phones and laptops