Essay On Formal Access In Education

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Formal access is a matter of access to schools and depends on certain to factors such as finance, rules, race, colours, social and economic status. Before independence of Namibia, people who attended apartheid schools, formal schooling was not enjoyable to everyone especially the black people that were using Bantu education system. They were deprived by not benefiting from what the education has to offer. Schools were inadequately resourced to make learners understand the quality contents of the subjects they are taught. Learners were taught under the trees without classrooms and learning materials to be used. In some rural areas there are shortages of textbooks and other materials, language issues, inadequate or poorly focused learning time all hindered meaningful access to learning. Teachers’ competence in the language of learning and teaching is critical. Also, teachers’ classroom practices play a crucial role in helping or hindering children’s learning. Formal access is a matter access to schools and depends on certain to factors such…show more content…
J identified as needed by people when learning and they are as follow: A priori knowledge- knowledge that we see to have before we started to use our senses, ability to reason and acquire knowledge that we inherited. This is the prior knowledge that we seems to have before we start looking, thinking and touching and the knowledge which known independently or experience and non-empirical, arrived at by reason. The second knowledge is A posteriori knowledge which is acquired through sense and is empirical knowledge. The third knowledge is Analytical and synthetic distinction- knowledge which is knowledge that is certain e.g. My father’s brother is my uncle. The last knowledge - knowledge can be the regress problem knowledge whereby one justifies the rest on another e.g. a learner in the classroom asking you a question several times and you have to explain more and
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