Time to get rid of OBE

Letters, Normal

I AM a former teacher and a practitioner of the outcome-based education (OBE).
As a practitioner, I have seen many disadvantages when comparing it with the old curriculum. 
It is just like a skeleton with no facts and knowledge to pass onto the students.
The old curriculum was good and there is no reason to do away with it.
Professors and lectures have written and equipped it with knowledge and facts to fill the empty heads of our pupils and students.
We read an article recently that the United States and Australia have rejected OBE after finding out its many faults.
Why can’t Papua New Guinea do the same?


Dorothy Tipian