Quotes About Education

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Debasish Mridha
“Teaching is the most powerful force that changes our world one student at a time.”
Debasish Mridha

Thomas Jefferson
“I have indeed two great measures at heart, without which no republic can maintain itself in strength: 1. That of general education, to enable every man to judge for himself what will secure or endanger his freedom. 2. To divide every county into hundreds, of such size that all the children of each will be within reach of a central school in it”
Thomas Jefferson

Thomas Jefferson
“The probable accumulation of the surpluses of revenue beyond what can be applied to the payment of the public debt... merits the consideration of Congress. Shall it lie unproductive in the public vaults?...Or shall it rather be appropriated to the improvements of roads, canals, rivers, education, and other great foundations of prosperity and union”
Thomas Jefferson

“The educational process must again provide the opportunity for students to make choices and live with the consequences of these choices. Teaching is not simply telling people what to believe and do.”
Donovan L. Graham

“If you didn't know me. That doesn't mean i don't exist. If you don't know something it doesn't mean its not out there. Information is key and power. Invest in learning. So that you may not be limited in your ability to do things. Travel more , go out and explore to feed your mind. Then your mind will help itself in being creative for you.”
De philosopher DJ Kyos

“Thinking Breeds Inventions and Innovations.”
Auliq-Ice

Debasish Mridha
“A person is the product of his learning. What he learns and how he interprets it is what he becomes.”
Debasish Mridha

Debasish Mridha
“Educators not only teach, but they also inspire students to learn, ignite the light of imaginations, shine the sense of perception, and define the path of life for future generations.”
Debasish Mridha

Debasish Mridha
“You become a real teacher when your understanding of the wants and needs of the student results in the student revealing her inner beauty.”
Debasish Mridha

“the process through which any concept or subject (content) is taught becomes a part of the content. (p19)”
Donovan L. Graham, Teaching Redemptively: Bringing Grace and Truth Into Your Classroom

“School curriculum, learning activities--all educational pursuits--should be characterized by and should lead to a sense and experience of wholeness. (p25)”
Donovan L. Graham, Teaching Redemptively: Bringing Grace and Truth Into Your Classroom

“True winners win fairly without interfering, plotting, cheating, interrupting their oppornent plans. They win not because the openent has lost. They win because they are good at what they do. They have worked hard.True winners win because they have prepared hard to be on top, and have sacrifice more than what the games has to offer. They win because they worked more harder and studied more harder, trained more harder than the opponent”
De philosopher DJ Kyos

“Two things you have to learn without going to school, that can help you not to lose everything you have, everything you have worked for and respect.1 .Learn to control your anger and 2. Learn to control yourself.You will never lose anything worth keeping, and you will be getting everything you need.”
De philosopher DJ Kyos

“3 things you have to learn without going to school. That can help you not to lose everything you have and everything you have worked for and your respect.

1 Learn to control your anger
2 Learn to control yourself
3 Learn to control your attitude”
De philosopher DJ Kyos

“Somethings inlife are like exam or tests. You never ready until you do them. Its doesnt matter how much you studied or prepared or how long you studied or prepared. You never ready until you write the exam or test. Its normal to be scared but let that not stop you from archiving what you want. Dont postpone because its scares you or you think you are not ready. If there is any perfect time its now yesterday its gone. Just do it. Thats when you will know if you were ready or not.”
De philosopher DJ Kyos

“I never forget when i am here that i represent where i come from. I represent the town, city, village and people of where i come from , who wanted to be where i am and to have what i have and were unable to. I may change who i am in order for me to adapt to changes, but I never forget where i come from . because where i come from . Its my roots and my foundation of who I really am.My happiness to me it means nothing . If people around me cant be part of it. I just dont want to see people suffer and struggle. Especially if i can help.”
De philosopher DJ Kyos

“Whatever you do. Make you dont get stuck. Lot of people in their mind are stuck in the past. In their love life stuck in previous relationships. When it comes to life they are stuck to the pain and horrible memeries they had. When comes to friends stuck to favours they have done for them. When comes to education stuck to that subject they did. Or what they have learned way back before things changed. They dont want to learn something new.In order for you to be happy. Let go and move on. How can you expect better brighter future if you are not moving but stuck.”
De philosopher DJ Kyos

Alfred North Whitehead
“The solution which I am urging is to eradicate the fatal disconnection of subjects which kills the vitality of our modern curriculum. There is only one subject-matter for education, and that is LIfe in all its manifestations. Instead of this single unity, we offer children--Algebra, from which nothing follows; Geometry, from which nothing follows; Science, from which nothing follows; History, from which nothing follows; a Couple of Languages, never mastered; and lastly, most dreary of all, Literature, represented by plays of Shakespeare, with philological notes and short analyses of plot and character to be in substance committed to memory. Can such a list be said to represent Life, as it is known in the midst of living it? The best that can be said of it is, that it is a rapid table of contents which a deity might run over in his mind while he was thinking of creating a world, and has not yet determined how to put it together”
Alfred North Whitehead, The Aims of Education

“A town with many men who are less educated and as such ignorant of the real solution to the woes of their society has the same problem as a town with many intellectuals and yet with many problems”
Ernest Agyemang Yeboah

“I can see education is everywhere, and many people were educated. But I realize that common sense is not that common.”
Nurudeen Ushawu

Sheilah Graham
“The best that any education can do is to add understanding of the past and present, to gird one for the future, to sharpen the intelligence, to enable one to evaluate whatever comes along, to listen, to learn, to question, to be interested in what is going on, to be involved, to believe “this concerns me,” above all to keep the mind alive. This is what I believe Scott Fitzgerald did for me in his College of One.”
Sheilah Graham, College of One

“Nothing you learn is a waste.Because Information never gets rotten or rust. Whatever you have learned if you haven't used it yet. One day you will dont worry. Education is the key to open opportunites . Education is not a job but can help you to get or start a job.”
De philosopher DJ Kyos

Karl Marx
“Defining by a general law the expenditures on the...school....is a very different thing from appointing the state as educator of the people. Government and church should rather be equally excluded from any influence on the school.”
Karl Marx, Critique of the Gotha Program

Hannah More
“I call education, not that which smothers a woman with accomplishments, but that which tends to consolidate a firm and regular system of character; that which tends to form a friend, a companion, and a wife. I call education not that which is made up of the shreds and patches of useless arts, but that which inculcates principles, polishes taste, regulates temper, cultivates reason, subdues the passions, directs the feelings, habituates to reflection, trains to self-denial, and, more especially, that which refers all actions, feelings, sentiments, tastes, and passions, to the love and fear of God.”
Hannah More, Coelebs in Search of a Wife

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