Welcome to the Ogma Knowledge Center

The Ogma Knowledge Center welcomes students, scholars, and other partners from across the world into our vibrant global community. The center leads the way in high quality research, teaching, and professional education in the IT field.

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Philosophy

A necessity to improve education is consistently increasing in the world. All the more often, new teaching methods are constantly being devised in the field of education. Many of us have heard much about the Montessori, Waldorf, Phenomenon (Finland’s school), and Glenn Doman pedagogical systems. Our company made efforts to amend education in the IT field by combining the fruition of our modest endeavors with the aforesaid innovative paradigms, as well as the millennial experiences of the classical approach to education (the ancient Indian ashram & gurukuls, the Hellenistic gymnasium, etc.).

Which works better, competition or cooperation?

The answer, without equivocation, is cooperation. Although most people are surprised by this, scientists have repeatedly verified it in hundreds of studies since the late 1800s. Yet big business, the educational system, the health-care community, and most parents continue to encourage competition, almost totally neglecting the POWER of cooperation. None of these groups realizes that unabated competition may be costing billions of dollars in sales and overall decreases in human achievement. Furthermore, researchers have shown that too much competition may cause poor health. Yet we continue to hold the cherished belief that competition (not cooperation), to paraphrase Sigmund Freud, "is the royal road to success."

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Scrapping traditional “teaching by subject” in favour of “teaching by topic”

Subject-specific lessons – an hour of history in the morning, an hour of geography in the afternoon – are already being phased out for 16-year-olds in the city’s upper schools. They are being replaced by what the Finns call “phenomenon” teaching – or teaching by topic. For instance, a teenager studying a vocational course might take “cafeteria services” lessons, which would include elements of maths, languages (to help serve foreign customers), writing skills and communication skills.

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Students discover information for themselves

Traditional school lessons are often orated to students who listen passively, memorize, and take tests.

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The golden rule of education says: “If you want to have educated children start to teach your neighbors”

Higher Education should be free. People have more opportunities for job and employment if they are educated meaning they have access to material conditions which they need for better life such as health care and some necessary services which give protection and safety. In addition, if someone from a poor background got educated, he or she can escape from the poverty cycle and generation gets improved with the help of jobs and being employed as a result of higher education. Higher education means good jobs and employment. If more people are highly educated, people will be more considerate, responsible, independent, and reliable for some reasons. All people should be given the rights to free education to get rid of poverty and inhumanity. It doesn't mean people who aren't educated are inhumane. Of course, there are some people out there who are way more intelligent and ethical then people who are educated.

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Internships and job shadowing

Offer a close-up look at life in the workplace, yet some high school students are so focused on academics that they pass up the opportunity, or they are uncertain about their interests and don't know where to start. But the push to improve college and career readiness and produce a better-prepared workforce is increasing the pressure on schools to build partnerships with businesses. What's more, educators realize that students are motivated when they see the relevance of what they are learning. "The central goal is to get students out of the classroom and into the real world so they can feel and see the entire work process," said Randy McPherson, the director of counseling services and college preparation for the Memphis, Tenn., schools and the American School Counselor Association's counselor of the year in 2011. "Otherwise, they don't really grasp what a day looks like or what a job entails."

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Lifelong learning

Means all learning activities undertaken throughout life with the aim of improving knowledge, skills and competences within a personal, civic, social and/or employment-related perspective. Aged people should be involved in the teaching process and share their experience with the young students.

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Classrooms

So far, we have only one classroom, however we intend to add more. This will help increase the number of students as well as give an opportunity to conduct at least two courses simultaneously.

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