Education is the most effective tool for changing minds and making people more aware of the possibilities of their lives. The past has shown that education is still a powerful tool for developing future prospects. Education’s first writing system played a major role in its development. Mesopotamian’s invention of the writing system was around the mid-fourth millennium B.C. This is an important stimulus for education. The simple pictographs were the first form of written communication. Mesopotamians then began to develop new forms for writing signs. Cuneiform is a term for a group of people who were able to create wedge-shaped signs from wet clay using reed tools. Sumerians are the ones who gave rise to the writing symbols that Speiser wrote about. Sumerians began to improve and create a new form of education. We will examine the critical aspects of education as well as the school. Education was founded on creating a strong environment. However, children from poor families did not learn and the teaching methods were different.

First, children from poor families could not attend school. This was because the school was only open to wealthy families. Poor children learn in their families. It is passed from the one to the other. Children are not poor but are successors to their parents. You will become a farmer if your father is a farmer. They should be allowed to teach their daughters how to cook, even if it was not permitted. The only thing you want to do is live with your family. You can escape these conditions by getting at least some education. Normal tuition fees are paid by all noble families. They also know that the children who get the position will find work. They were continuing their education in formal schools and were therefore teaching aims, as well as training. They were prepared to become priests in this case. Their children could still work for their families, regardless of what the poor did. It is stated that twelve-year-old children were receiving an education in the article titled ‘Mesopotamian School and Education’. Understanding the cuneiform marking system and how difficult it was to learn them was an important issue. In this case, the inventions of schools in 3000 BC meant that there were many factors to the education system. There are two types of schools: one is made by temples and the other is formal. Tuition fees are required for formal schools. Although many people weren’t wealthy, school was a pathway to becoming wealthy. It was practical and desirable to receive formal education in order to be able work with priests or scribes. Instructors were scribes, who learned lessons from students and retorted to them. While the boy is educated in school, the girls of rulers could learn from the lessons. The education system was crucial in children’s future lives. It helped them to understand their country, its politics, and how they relate to others. Students who had special skills in maintaining balance among different environments were successful, but only a small number of children could improve. It was ineffective to decrease the number children and divide into groups. But others didn’t have the opportunity to be aware of all. Schools were restricted by poverty, which was a huge reason to seperate children. Education systems that are based on such limitations do not have a bright future. The teaching method also created many problems during the study period. The teacher wanted children to be hardworking, so they had to do their best during studying. Children who spoke without permission, were loud and insurable were punished by the teacher. The instructors believed that this was a better method to attract students and make them study easier. Despite these harsh punishments, the children continued to go to school. You could be a priest if you can read and write. Students should attend school if they are 7 or 8 years old. They taught a wide range of subjects that were educative, not just literacy. Students could not learn from scribes if they were poor or wealthy. Cuneiform was harder to learn, as I have mentioned. Students learned how to apply clay tablets continuously using different methods. These procedures can sometimes lead to errors. It was corrected by the teacher and repeated it to him. This is the best way to learn. At seven years old, it was hard enough to comprehend cuneiform. That is a point I disagree with. Another point was the limitation of permission. This was not fair towards students. First schools allowed students to gain knowledge but did not have any restrictions on their speech or dress. The reality is that forcing someone to do something they don’t like or giving them the opportunity to choose their own actions is an unnatural condition. Attraction is all about understanding that teaching should be easy, with no punishment and the ability to communicate clearly to students. Instructors should not be too strict about the clothes, but on the lessons. This is a terrible way to learn. Students could even be whipped if they don’t perform their jobs to the highest standards. The instructor could have punished the student for failing to complete tasks. People who are reprimanded by others will have no desire to help them. This is a significant point, and the method of learning may not be what you are looking for. The result was that Mesopotamia’s training system became less effective. The approach of teachers towards students was not cooperative

Education was important in Mesopotamian. In addition, the new writing system was a significant innovation that aimed to increase the educational system. The creation and operation of the schools provided children with the opportunity to transform their futures. This was a tremendous step forward in Mesopotamians’ education. There were several issues with Mesopotamia’s education system. One was the unsatisfactory teaching methods that made it difficult for students to learn. Although a few Mesopotamians were not studied due to the crab of scribes it didn’t matter as each intellectual was vital for their country. These data suggest that education is essential for the development and expansion of the economy. Schools are vital in Mesopotamia and in other countries. The increased economy results in more resources for the development of each country. Our civilization’s future depends on scientific thinking spreading and being more refined.


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    Marcos Nguyen is a 29-year-old blogger and teacher from Houston, Texas. He is a graduate of the University of Houston, where he studied education and psychology. Marcos has been blogging since 2009, and he specializes in writing about education and parenting. He currently teaches middle school social studies and language arts.