Muscat: The Public Authority for Investment Promotion and Export Development (Ithraa) recommended that Oman follow Japan’s pioneering educational philosophy to boost knowledge-based industries in the Sultanate.
According to its recently published report âBriefings From Oman: Education Talent and Workâ, Oman’s economic future has much to gain from âTokkatsu,â Japan’s focus on educating âthe whole worldâ. ‘child’.
Focused on the development of multiple aspects of a student’s development, the practice aims to improve communication, values, problem-solving and practices that educate the whole child in different cultural contexts.
The report states: âAmbitious countries as well as cities have learned that economic domination relies on a high quality education system – a system that understands the importance and value of preschool, internships, apprenticeships. , from diploma programs to vocational training. .
âConsider Japan, for example, it has few natural resources and emerged after WWII with its industrial base almost destroyed. motivation, collaborative learning, learning by doing and teacher training.
âThe result has been decades of impressive economic growth, during which Japan has become the world’s second-largest economy, only recently overtaken by China, which has a population 10 times that of Japan and is building its own impressive education system.
Ithraa’s report comes as the Sultanate continues to improve and refine its education system, which has seen more than four decades of rapid growth. Since then, Oman’s general education sector has grown to include 1,681 schools and a total of 666,297 students.