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Why is education important?

Why is education important

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Why is education important?

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Filmed in Mannya, Uganda

Executive Producer : Michael Trainer

Directed by : Andrew Ellis : Jonathan Olinger

Produced by : Jay Gunning : Trina Finn

Creative Direction : Michael Trainer

Cinematography by : Andrew Ellis

Assistant Camera Operator : Jay Gunning

Edited by : Joe Greco

Sound Mix by : Jon Seale

Young Girl : Rita

Elder : Max

Special Thanks to : Father Nestus : Cotton On Foundation

Comments(10):

biju subairkuttty
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YES EDUCATION IS VERY IMPORTANT IN EVERY PERSONS LIFE THANK YOU FOR THIS WONDERFUL VIDEO

Brian Smith
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“Over a billion of us were living in extreme poverty while others had more than they needed.” So the real question (one this well-meaning video does not address) is how the one group has so little and the other has advanced to a point where they have a surplus that would make all the kings and queens and rulers of the ancient world green with envy. Education is important but it is nothing without personal freedom. That’s the key to unlock a society’s potential. If you want to lift people out of extreme poverty, promote freedom. Governments can’t legislate prosperity. Education is vital but without freedom, it will not lift society out of poverty. Get out of people’s way and it will surprise you what they can accomplish.

Aniya J. Wilson
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Education goes beyond holding degrees it’s more than that.Yes it’s an award a piece of paper establishing what you have done or a diploma case like it’s more than that Education gives you knowledge just being educated opens opportunities for you besides the wealth and being successful being educated gives you confidence being educated or going to school to get a education shows characteristics about yourself it holds in onto one self going to school is
more than opening a book and getting on honor roll You learn a lot on the way by obtaining these degrees you go through a lot of ups and downs in school it isn’t easy I’m in college so I know

Self-Education Methodology
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👏👋👋👋👍
We should improve and educate ourselves to succeed 🥇🥇🥇👌👍

Namukhura rowney
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Thank you so much, at Teach For Uganda we have come together and mobilizing young professionals with a degree in any course and our partners to fight education inequity. One day all children shall receive quality education as Mzee has shown. Let’s join hands and support especially the less privileged children starting with our communities to the whole universe. It is every ones’s responsibility to ensure all children receive that quality education that teaches; knowledge, skills and attitudes. If you say you don’t care, you should because you don’t choose who will become your baby sitter, shamba person, doctor, your child’s wife etc. Think, for there are a million reasons as to why you should care. TO GLOBAL CITIZEN, THANK YOU SO MUCH.

Esperanza Tejada
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the fact that 90% of these comments are agreeing with this video makes me sad

Tunc Ozbora
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If education and humans life is so important, why the elite are makung IA and robots to replace humans ?
Rich peoples are commercials ?

Maribel Valenzuela Justicia
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This is an interesting video. In my opinion, all children should have to access education.

I think what is happening here is that the system should adapt to the students.

Everyone is different. Everyone has different learning styles. Everyone has different strengths and weaknesses. Instead of, trying to make everyone to be alike, we should be trying to make the exact opposite: to encourage the different strengths that are in each of us, but also teaching how to work with those who have different skills than us.

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On the other hand, the goal of the students should be learning and shouldn’t be worried to pass exams.

Francis Mausley
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“Regard man as a mine rich in gems of inestimable value. Education can, alone, cause it to reveal its treasures, and enable mankind to benefit therefrom.” ~ Baha’u’llah, Baha’i Faith

Astral_Rebirther
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Education helps people see themselves as 1 and to become 2 what is 1 and what is 2

What makes a good teacher great? | Azul Terronez

I’ve been asking the question: What makes a good teacher great? for 24 years. I have collected 26,000 responses from 8 different schools and patterns have emerged.\r

For the last 24 years, he has repeatedly asked students the same question, “What makes a good teacher great?” Azul Terronez is the author of the best-selling book “The art of Apprenticeship” Azul has coached teachers and schools leaders around the world in Spain, Chile, Canada, India, United States and China and he is currently serves as a teacher coach at Shanghai American School.

This talk was given at a TEDx event using the TED conference format but independently organized by a local community. Learn more at

-http://ted.com/tedx

Comments(10):

Moumita Adhikary
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Sincerity.

Abdul Ghafar 31
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good

Shondelle McKelvin
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I found this video to be very ! informative for educators like myself !

Irish Mae Sarmiento
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nandito ako dahil sa fs

Hakenda channel
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good

Ashley Figueroa
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They love. That’s the only answer you need. The rest comes from that!

Hoang Huynh Van
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What if we hire teachers not to be deep understanders of content, knowledge keepers but deep understanders of students? How our schools would change and transform?”

Jepthy Seas
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Watching this video to answer my Field Study 2 questions🤗😅

Michelle Bayonito
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Thank you for sharing ! Very imformative talk ❤

Anum K
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All points of the speaker’s speech are admirable , I loved listen him . He explicits the message for teachers beautifully.

Role of a Teacher | John Calhoun

A long time of advocate of educating the whole person, John Calhoun sees it as the duty of the current “oldies” to teach youth to reflect and more critically see the world in order to find those small moments of pure joy. John Calhoun currently teaches high school literature at Taipei Fuhsing Private School Bilingual Department. He has taught for over 20 years and has always kept his focus on creating relationships with students. Long hours and full days have been the standard for him since his first years of teaching. This dedication earned him the distinction of being named a Minnesota Teacher of the Year Finalist in 2014. After years of coaching, leading clubs and activities, announcing sports, and hosting school-related shows, John took his “show” overseas and has brought that same passion and willingness to sacrifice his time to Taiwan. His ideas and unique approaches to teaching have been transforming the traditional ideas of what make a good educator.

A long time of advocate of educating the whole person, John Calhoun sees it as the duty of the current “oldies” to teach youth to reflect and more critically see the world in order to find those small moments of pure joy. John Calhoun currently teaches high school literature at Taipei Fuhsing Private School Bilingual Department. He has taught for over 20 years and has always kept his focus on creating relationships with students. Long hours and full days have been the standard for him since his first years of teaching. This dedication earned him the distinction of being named a Minnesota Teacher of the Year Finalist in 2014. After years of coaching, leading clubs and activities, announcing sports, and hosting school-related shows, John took his “show” overseas and has brought that same passion and willingness to sacrifice his time to Taiwan. His ideas and unique approaches to teaching have been transforming the traditional ideas of what make a good educator.

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This talk was given at a TEDx event using the TED conference format but independently organized by a local community. Learn more at

-http://ted.com/tedx

Comments(10):

Darren Hsu
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Wearing the same shirt again

Todd
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Mr. Calhoun is my favorite teacher, he taught me to release my inner beast to others.

All About Life Skills
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He is a very great teacher, I solute him

Auma Monica
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Great teacher you are

Anomaly
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cvsu nambawan

King Arthur
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I had a math question and asked my teacher. He always excuse and didn’t make time for answering one question. Other teacher she always in bad mood and difficult to ask something. The other day I wanted to ask something but she shouted at me “ this is MY LUNCH TIME!!! DON’T TALK TO MEEEE!!!” …..my heart jumped… but she was sitting class room and students were in the class room because it was wet play…
They are not for us. They not working for student . They work for their living that’s all. My teacher now is computer and teachers in youtube. It’s really hard to meet teachers like you. Your students are lucky. Teacher really changes student’s life.

judy
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best teacher xoxo

CM The 300
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Calhoun…..my English teacher back in middle school. You were the best! Olson Middle School 1996-1999

Carlos Perez
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One of the greatest teacher in my time back in Edison H.S.. I sure miss them days

Precious Drew
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Mr. Calhoun definitely left a lasting positive impact on the students of Edison High School in Minnesota, USA! We greatly appreciate and miss you!

Teaching Methods for Inspiring the Students of the Future

Collaboration. Communication. Critical thinking. Creativity. – Should be present in all classrooms.

Joe Ruhl received his bachelors and masters degrees at Purdue University and he has been sharing the joys of biology with kids for 37 years. He presently teaches Biology, Genetics, and Science Research courses at Jefferson High School in Lafayette, Indiana. Joe and his wife Gail have two children and two grandchildren. The National Association of Biology Teachers named Joe Ruhl the Outstanding Biology Teacher of Indiana in 1987. In 1988 he was awarded a Golden Apple Teaching Award by the Lafayette, Indiana Chamber of Commerce. In 1989 he was honored at the White House as Indiana’s recipient of the Presidential Award for Excellence in Science Teaching. In 1996 he received the Purdue University College of Science Distinguished Alumnus Award for Excellence in K-12 Science Teaching. In 2004 he was awarded the Purdue College of Education’s Crystal Apple Teaching Award. And in 2012 he was honored with the Shell National Science Teaching Award.

This talk was given at a TEDx event using the TED conference format but independently organized by a local community. Learn more at

-http://ted.com/tedx

Comments(10):

stephanie mcguire
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As a new teacher this put me at ease. Bravo!

eddygan325
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Allow students to engage in:
1) Choice
2) Collaboration
3) Communication
4) Critical thinking(problem solving)
5) Creativity
6) Caring / Love

eddygan325
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Thank you !

Douglas Darracott
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I am so dumbfounded by these comments. Don’t you realize this guy is lecturing? You are all so moved by it and yet he is preaching “Don’t be a sage on the stage.” I have found that teachers often use “group work” as a way to keep the students occupied while they grade. A good teacher is rare because a good teacher will be effective regardless of the approach. The good teacher will show passion; demonstrate interest in students; model knowledge, efficiency, and organization; maintain high expectations; etc…. When students migrate off to their own “projects”, just like the rest of us at work, the discussion quickly veers off to other things. The hardworking students compensate for the weaker ones. And most sadly, the students that come out of project-based classes have absolutely not only very little knowledge of their subject but absolutely no ability to engage in critical thinking skills whatsoever. It may be that these teachers are doing it all wrong; I don’t know. What I do know is that the students that come out of their classes think they know everything and they actually know almost nothing. Yes! You learn by doing! It is called “study” and I’ve never encountered a larger number of students who are incapable of “study.” Just ask ANY college professor.

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Muqaddas Murodova
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Great !!!

Eduardo Lomeli
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Man this crowd was lame af, this was a great presentation

Elham Hossain
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This talk is really inspiring for both students and teachers.

Natoya Lee
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WONDERFUL

Fikri Alariki
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Truly you are a great teacher and wise man.

Karin 7.London
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6 Cs

The Power of Relationships in Schools

Research shows that students who feel safe and supported by adults at school are better able to learn.

Our How Learning Happens video series explores teaching practices grounded in the science of learning and human development. To see more, visit

-http://www.edutopia.org/how-learning-happens

This series was produced by Edutopia in collaboration with the National Commission on Social, Emotional, and Academic Development (

-https://www.aspeninstitute.org/programs/national-commission-on-social-emotional-and-academic-development/),

Special Thanks:

The Science of Learning and Development Initiative

Turnaround for Children:

-https://www.turnaroundusa.org/

Learning Policy Institute:

-https://learningpolicyinstitute.org/

American Institutes for Research:

-https://www.air.org/

EducationCounsel:

-http://educationcounsel.com/

Comments(10):

Yash Pal Goyal
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-https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=kzvm1m8zq5g&t=3m30s

Emma Paladino
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Hi There!
I loved your video it was perfect to share with teachers or parent to see why it is so important to support students and teachers at school. Is there a Spanish version of this video??
Thank you!
Emma

Feisty Aiste TV
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Its the last day of school. I didn’t know what I had until I lost it (probably forever) I thought my class was my family

Elliott Alvarado
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So, I have to like the person before I can learn from them, right? Or are we just optimizing the release of oxytocin? The lesson from this video is not consistent. And yes, I am a teacher. Go back and rewrite your lesson.

Darwin Cano
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Yeah! That’s true, that’s why I’m very happy when I’m with my students. I’m Filipino.

Game For School
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And this why having a relief teacher is terrible

gteelm1
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Thank you for this… Now, how would this be “adjusted” for remote learning?

Den Kozlov
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Thank you guys, you are amazing =D OUr world needs more positivity and love

Herminigilda Cainghug
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good relationships with the students is a very big impact to their lives.let them feel that they are loved. this is the most important.

VP PRIMARY
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Teachers can understand the value of relationships

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