Creative Education System at Secondary Level: Teachers’ and Students’ Perspectives


Creative Education System at Secondary Level Teachers’ and Students’ Perspectives

Education is one of the fundamental needs of a person that helps rebuild the foundation of a society. It enables a person to develop a sense of right and wrong and to apply that learning in every aspect of life. From Socrates, Plato, and Aristotle to twentieth-century figures such as Bertrand Russell, Jhon Dewey, R.S Peters, Israel Scheffler as well as the western philosophers notably Augustine, Rousseau, Kant, Hegel, Mill, etc. addressed questions in the philosophy of education.

Creative Education System

Creativity means to develop ideas through imagination. It is the mechanism by which a person invents new things, generate a new dimension to a problem, or explain a phenomenon by a unique sense of understanding. 

Secondary Level of Education

The educational design of Ghana splits into three dimensions and these are General Education, Technical and Vocational Education. 

Educational system split into three stages: primary, secondary, and tertiary levels. The primary level of education consists of class 1-6 the secondary level of education is partitioned into two key sub-sections: secondary education and, tertiary education stage relates to the attainment of higher education and comprises Colleges and Universities.

The creative education system requires teachers’ and students’ capacity, skills, and benign outlook to assimilate the process and brings the best output.

Students’ perception' section composed of their attitudes towards the creative system, the learning environment of the school, teachers’ attributes in helping students understand the system as well how far the students have contended towards that system. Furthermore, the teachers’ perception’ section comprises of their assessment about the aptness of the system, teachers ‘competence in formulating creative questions, training programs availed the system, etc.

On the other hand, the perception of students and teachers are equally responsible to appraise the creative education system.