Importance of Education in Life

The importance of education in life is growing, and therefore it cannot be limited to the period of study. The urgent need for a constant increase in the level of knowledge and education has led to the emergence of such an interesting phenomenon in public life as continuing education. This process is accompanied by the search for new forms and methods of teaching that contribute to the proper formation of the scientific worldview, the need for a deeper understanding of economic and social changes taking place. Education is the oldest social institute, caused by the need of society to reproduce and transmit knowledge, skills, to prepare new generations, to prepare the subjects of social action to solve economic, social, and cultural problems facing humanity. In the modern world, education is a complex and diverse social phenomenon, the sphere of transfer, assimilation, and processing of knowledge and general social experience. Education is a system of educational institutions that carry out various forms of involving their experiences in the assimilation of cultural values of a student at higher schools. Education integrates different general types of educational and upbringing activities, their content into a single social system, orients them to the social order, to the social needs of mankind. Among the social institutions of the society of modern civilization, education occupies one of the leading positions. After all, human well-being, the position of culture and spirituality in society, the pace of economic, scientific, technical, political, and social progress depend on the quality and level of education. Learning, skills, and other concepts terms are used to support the learning process in the frameworks of education. The foundations of a person’s upbringing and education, diligence, and many other spiritual qualities are laid from an early age. The need for preschool institutions is great in this. However, its importance is underestimated. Quite often, it falls out of sight that this is an extremely important level of education, which lays the foundation for personal qualities. And the point is not in the quantitative indicators of "coverage" of children and satisfaction of parental applications. Kindergartens, nurseries, factories are not just a means of "supervising" a student. their physical, mental, and spiritual development takes place here at schools throughout their life. In a person’s life, learning takes a long time, taking away their productive creativity and years of education. Applying for a profession, a young person must study one or another specialty for at least ten to fifteen years for the education, and for a highly qualified profession – training reaches twenty years. Learning interferes with a person’s life since childhood. in fact, a person does not have a clear idea of ​​the psychological consequences of such an intervention within the education. After all, a tradition has already been established: a child reaches the age of six or seven in the family, and then they are sent to a school, forgetting about their preparation physically, psychologically, etc. It is believed that the child should learn, acquiring knowledge, general, and responsible phases of learning fall on the period of social self-affirmation, the courage of man – professional, family, civic. Sometimes a child shows certain inclinations from an early age, but they are not noticed in the family, and they are not noticed at an educational institute. Meanwhile, the inclinations are suppressed, and the child’s interest and desire for certain knowledge do not fade. The importance of developing new cognitive abilities is high throughout the entire lifetime.