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The Banking Concept of Education There is at least one time in everyones life in which they are able to reflect upon something in their past which oftentimes can prove to be helpful in the present of the future In this case I was asked to reflect upon a time where the banking concept of education had been used in my life The case which I will be evaluating here is one of a class entitled Chemistry 4 Introduction to Laboratory Safety and Hazardous Materials The purpose of this class is to inform students of proper procedures for the laboratory and the handling of the substances which are used and found in laboratories In this course which is a course required for all University of Missouri Rolla students who plan on taking a chemistry laboratory class the teaching method is strictly that of the banking system According to Freire the teacherprofessor essentially lectures the entire class period The banking method of educating people is not totally wrong for everyone or else it would not have survived as long as it has in school systems all over the world Some people are actually capable of learning extremely well from the banking system while others may not come through with the same results During the course of one session of Chemistry 4 whish lasted approximately two and a half to three hours the professor lectured for virtually the entire class period only giving a break when assembling the video player which he would use later on in class Throughout the lecture time the professor talked almost nonstop The information which he administered to the class was being given at a fast rate Oftentimes it was difficult to fully absorb all of the critical information needed in order to
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