FEEDBACK ON EDUCATION STRATEGIES IN ADOLESCENT SCHOOL GOING CHILDREN
Various methods are adapted in schools for teaching adolescents. This study aims in the response of these category on corporal punishments, repeated learning and suspension from class. The ambiance preference of classroom and reaction to examination. A survey was carried out in 50 adolescents after explaining the questionnaire. The students prefer corporal punishment, though it is abandoned; they want to study in a smart class room than a traditional chalk board type. According to students, exams promote learning, while a very few suggested, exams lead to tension and depression.
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