We all believe in higher education; else we should not be in the University. At the same time, college education—like all other human devices for human betterment—may build or destroy, lead, or mislead. In some aspects of higher education, most of our students have measured up to their high responsibilities.
Hope you like it. His essay is based on his experience as a professor and observations in a very wide-known university.
Bocobo believes that our college education can "uneducate" us rather to educate. I agree with his theory because I as a college student had some experiences regarding college uneducation. Bocobo also said that the students who are being uneducated are the vital ones - the people who tend to stunt their minds, dry up their hearts, and quench their soul.
He also discussed some ways in which college students can get college uneducation. The first one is book worship. If you are a good observant, you may notice that some of our professors are very "bookish".
They tend to research on the book alone for their topic plan. And because of this, we, the students, are being influenced by their dependency on books, which are gathered facts and accumulated data.
Bocobo said, "It is thus that many of our students surrender their individuality to the textbook and lose their birthright - which is to think for themselves.
It may lose our independent thinking and criticizing. I am not saying that we must not read books more often, but we must not worship them.
Remember that these books are also made by former students. The second factor is professional philistinism, or over-specialization. It is good if you want to achieve something, which is being a professional. But often times we are so focused on achieving that M.
This is where crab mentality enters. We set our philosophy before we entered college. But because of book worshiping and focusing on over-specializing our target profession, we already buried our main goal deep inside our heads.
We often forgot to ask ourselves again what is the main purpose of choosing this certain course. I admire the bravery of Jorge Bocobo in writing this essay. And for me, as a college student, will always bear in mind that not all universities who have a good name in our learning industry can educate us, but rather has an ability to "uneducate" us.
I have also discovered and learned that "uneducation" can also replace the term "overlearning".College Uneducation by Jorge Bocobo; College Uneducation by Jorge Bocobo. Jorge Boobs About the Author Dry. Jorge Boobs was born In Groan, Tarmac In Professional Philistinism The second manner of college education that I want to speak of is this, most students make professional efficiency the be all and end all of college education.
Professional Philistinism By Jorge Bocobo COLLEGE "UNEDUCATION” Jorge Bocobo About the Author Dr. Jorge Bocobo was born in Gerona, Tarlac in He studied in the private and public schools of his town during the Spanish regime, and he resumed his education during the early part of the America occupation.
College Uneducation by Jorge Bocobo Essay; Professional Philistinism The second manner of college education that I want to speak of is this, most students make professional efficiency the be all and end all of college education.
They have set their hearts upon becoming highly trained lawyer, doctors, engineers, teachers, and agriculturist. In Jorge Bocobo”s essay, he explicitly states three ways in which many students are getting a college Uneducation: book-worship, professional philistinism or overspecialization, and misguided zeal or simply a loss of a sound philosophy in life.
COLLEGE "UNEDUCATION” Jorge Bocobo About the Author Dr. Jorge Bocobo was born in Gerona, Tarlac in He studied in the private and public schools of his town during the Spanish regime, and he resumed his education during the early part of the America occupation.5/5(2).
Jul 21, · ~Jorge Bocobo, descriptive essay on "College Uneducation". Yes, college "uneducation". There may not be and existing word in the dictionary, but this word defines Jorge Bocobo's insights on some institutions that has this kind of problem.