Should extra-curricular activities in schools should be formally recognised?


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Didge Doo Profile
Didge Doo answered

Recognised but not necessarily emphasised.

Sir Humphrey Appleby, commenting on the kids in British schools, put it this way: "They're socially aware, personally well adjusted, but they can't read, write or do sums."

Walt O'Reagun Profile
Walt O'Reagun answered

I'm not sure what you're asking.

Extra-curricular activities ... Through school groups ... ARE formally recognized.  At least in the states of WA and OR. 

Said activities are also recognized on college entrance applications. 

They are also recognized on job applications, if appropriate.

Nealious James Profile
Nealious James answered

Extracurricular activities can definitely help! However, it will have to take
the form of purposeful and engaging pastimes. Getting kids accustomed to
technology and introducing games like this platformer: can really help. This
particular one is known to improve their reflexes, speed and concentration and
it’s a free option to be used for a real mental simulation. Apple devices can
be used in schools and there are so many other things that can be done to
improve kids’ cognitive skills: These all have to be officially
recognised indeed and also has interesting content to be referred
to. Hope to have answered the question and all the best!

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