Researchers indicate that effective education is not just a matter of reading a book or only a mean to fill up minds with information with the aim of passing an examination, but its basic objective is the growth of the student's personality and understanding. It is the kind of education that respects the whole child and encourages him to be independent thinker, and become a productive member of the community. Plutarch the creek essayist said "a child's mind is not a vessel to be filled, but a fire to be kindled." Therefore, education is a process to prepare a responsible and good citizen. This indicates that the school should provide such environment that enhances students' growth. The school should be a learning community in which students can safely expand and augment themselves as human beings. Furthermore, students should be responsible for their own education and actively engaged in cooperative learning activities that lead them to understand how to achieve higher outcomes. This suggests that teachers should be equipped with skills and vary their methods of teaching so they can reach as many students as possible in the classroom.Effective education leads to required and planned change and contributes to create a balanced personality of students. The curriculums, therefore, should be developed towards achieving educational aims both cognitive and emotional, and also to develop trends, skills and values. It is difficult to achieve these goals without providing or building a vision of what we hope school to be. Working without vision leads to random practice.