The modern community is very multivarious. The most part of all conflicting points in our education is the result of such many-sidedness. Young children, who go to school, have different habits, beliefs, languages, because they belong to different countries with different conditions. If disparate students are in one classroom and have the same lesson, the teacher may tangle in this many-sidedness (Fillmore & Show, 2000).
The article is very informative the following conclusions can be made: (1) our community wants teachers to prepare students to all difficulties they can face in their lives, to university education, to job challenges; (2) teachers need many different skills to get through this problem; (3) today it is not enough to have usual classical plans for classes. Other ways of teaching and learning are needed in order to satisfy the needs of the students, which appeared after the globalization brought the corresponding changes. Only novelties can help resolve the controversial issues connected with teaching and learning ...Show more