50 of the Best Quotes About Education

Being an educator is not always the easiest job, but knowing you have made an impact on students’ lives can be so rewarding. Through all of the good times and bad, you continue to persevere and provide education to students of all backgrounds and abilities. We collected 50 of the best quotes about education to celebrate the best parts of teaching, learning, and the impact they have on the world. 

Our Favorite Quotes About Education

“Education is the passport to the future, for tomorrow belongs to those who prepare for it today.” —Malcolm X

“Education is the passport to the future, for tomorrow belongs to those who prepare for it today.” —Malcolm X

 “Education is one thing no one can take away from you.” —Elin Nordegren

 “Education is one thing no one can take away from you.” —Elin Nordegren- Quotes About Education

“Education’s purpose is to replace an empty mind with an open one.” —Malcolm Forbes

“Education’s purpose is to replace an empty mind with an open one.” —Malcolm Forbes

“The whole purpose of education is to turn mirrors into windows.” —Sydney J. Harris

“The whole purpose of education is to turn mirrors into windows.” —Sydney J. Harris

“Learning is not attained by chance, it must be sought for with ardor and attended

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How To Get Your Class To Line Up in 45 Easy Steps

Not every teacher knows how to get their class to line up, and that’s OK! Between squirrelly children and numerous distractions, lining them up can be a feat. But don’t worry—we’ve got your game plan right here.

  1. Say, “OK, cats and kittens! It’s time to line up for the library.”
  2. Watch as all but four of your students start crawling on the floor and meowing.
  3. Say, “Ah. Wrong choice of words. Human students! Please line up for the library.”
  4. Say, “Jasmine, please stop cleaning Ava’s ears with your paw.”
  5. Say, loudly, “WE ARE DONE BEING CATS.”
  6. Say, “Yes, Wyatt,” since Wyatt is raising his hand.
  7. Thank Wyatt for sharing that his cousin adopted a cat last month.
  8. Have a brief side consultation with Jackson, this week’s line leader, who’d like to renegotiate his Line Leader contract as this Friday is early dismissal, thus curtailing his Line Leader net worth.
  9. Observe
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Teaching About Kwanzaa – We Are Teachers

Kwanzaa, officially observed from December 26 to January 1, might be one of the most misunderstood and overlooked winter holidays. But as a secular observance that focuses on concepts such as creativity, hope, and collective responsibility, it is one of the more appropriate and fun ways to bring these themes together in the classroom. Created in 1966 by Professor Maulana Ron Karenga as a way to reaffirm and restore identity and heritage in the African American community after the Watts Riots, the celebration is rooted in African diasporic traditions and practices.     

As an art teacher and parent, one of my favorite things about Kwanzaa is that the traditional symbols of the holiday—the mat, the candles, and the gifts—can be easily (and inexpensively) created with art supplies you already have and can be updated or reimagined to fit into your classroom and community.  

Organized around the principles called the

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Factors Affecting Girl Child Education In Sub

Education & ScienceEducation is a Teaching and Learning Process, which aims at an all-round Development of an Individuals Personality, that his Moral, Social, Religion, Cultural, Intellectual, Physical and Economic Aspects are Polished and Improved.

While most feel that training is a necessity, they have a tendency to use it as a device for reaching a specific target or personal mark, after which there isn’t any additional want to seek higher schooling. Nonetheless, the importance of education in society is indispensable and cohering, which is why society and knowledge can’t be ever separated into two distinct entities. Let us discover out extra about the role of education in society and the way it impacts our lives.

Before exploring the subject, we have to distinguish the terms privilege versus right. Right, according to oxford dictionary means, something irrevocably and inherently held by all human beings”. Similarly, privilege means granting an entitlement to particular group … Read more

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7 Top Note-Taking Strategies That Help Students Learn

Have you ever been in the middle of delivering a great lesson that’s full of important information only to look out and realize none of your students are taking notes? It’s not surprising—many kids these days expect handouts or other materials they can refer back to later. But taking notes is actually a pretty important skill for kids to learn. Here’s why, along with some note-taking strategies they should try.

Why are good note-taking strategies important?

Study after study has shown the importance of actively taking notes rather than passively reading a handout later on. The act of writing engages different parts of the brain, forging new pathways that help students retain information in long-term memory.

What’s more, the studies show that the more detailed the notes, the better. And using different note-taking strategies helps too. In some cases, a general outline can be effective. But when you want students

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