Motivational Quotes for Teachers

Motivational Quotes for Teachers

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Teacher Day Quotes – Best Quotes on Teachers – Top Teacher day Quotes

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Here are a Few Quotes on Teachers Day :

1. “The older I got, the smarter my teachers became.” ― Ally Carter.

2. “A teacher affects eternity; he can never tell where his influence stops.” ― Henry Adams.

3. “You can’t stop a teacher when they want to do something. They just do it.” ― J.D. Salinger.

4. “It is the supreme art of the teacher to awaken joy in creative expression and knowledge.” ― Albert Einstein.

5. “The art of teaching is the art of assisting discovery.” ― Mark Van Doren.

6. “Teachers, I believe, are the most responsible and important members of society because their professional efforts affect the fate of the earth.” ― Helen Caldicott

7. “The average teacher explains complexity; the gifted teacher reveals simplicity.” ― Robert Brault.

8. The mediocre teacher tells. The good teacher explains. The superior teacher demonstrates. The great teacher inspires.”-William Arthur Ward

9. “When you study great teachers… you will learn much more from their caring and hard work than from their style.”-Albert Einstein

10. “Those who educate children well are more to be honored than parents, for these only gave life, those the art of living well.“- Aristotle

11. “One looks back with appreciation to the brilliant teachers, but with gratitude to those who touched our human feelings. The curriculum is so much necessary raw material, but warmth is the vital element for the growing plant and for the soul of the child.“- Carl Jung

12. “The calling of the teacher, there is no craft more privileged. To awaken in another human being powers, dreams beyond one’s own; to induce in others a love for that which one loves; to make of one’s inward present their future; that is a threefold adventure like no other.”- George Steiner

13. “The dream begins with a teacher who believes in you, who tugs and pushes and leads you to the next plateau, sometimes poking you with a sharp stick called ‘truth’.“- Dan Rather

14. “Everyone who remembers his own education remembers teachers, not methods and techniques. The teacher is the heart of the educational system.“- Sidney Hook

15. “I have come to believe that a great teacher is a great artist and that there are as few as there are any other great artists. Teaching might even be the greatest of the arts since the medium is the human mind and spirit.“- John Steinbeck

16. “Every child should have a caring adult in their lives. And that’s not always a biological parent or family member. It may be a friend or neighbor. Often times it is a teacher.“- Joe Manchin

17. “Most of us end up with no more than five or six people who remember us. Teachers have thousands of people who remember them for the rest of their lives.“- Andy Rooney

18. “A good teacher can inspire hope, ignite the imagination, and instill a love of learning.“- Elbert Hubbard

19. “There are two kinds of teachers: the kind that fill you with so much quail shot that you can’t move, and the kind that just gives you a little prod behind and you jump to the skies.“- Robert Frost

20. “I cannot emphasize enough the importance of a good teacher.“- Temple Grandin

GEMS Education Solutions’ Chris Kirk on Education Reform

GEMS Education Solutions’ Chris Kirk on Education Reform

GEMS Education Solutions CEO Chris Kirk education reform in both developed and developing countries.

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Transcript — We do have a real crisis in education. In the developing world, in Africa and Asia, we still have so many children out of school. Often the figure that is cited is around 140 million children, some people are saying as high as 250 million children who do not have access to a school place. But actually there’s also a question what do we do once of those children are in school? Because many of them are in a class where the teacher is not qualified or indeed where the teacher is completely absent from that class.
In the developed world the issue is equally strong because we’re spending 12 years of a child’s education and they are leaving school and they don’t have the skills that employers and society say that they need them to have. And we have mass youth unemployment. We have a lot of a graduate unemployment. And at the same time we had a real gap between the skills that are required and what it is that those young people are able to do.

I think it’s really important that we look at the data, we look at the evidence of what works when we’re looking at how to do you make every school a great school. For example, here in GEMS Education Solutions we’ve developed a methodology for supporting schools in improvement. And at the heart of that is an understanding of how you make a school better. First of all it’s about educational excellence. We need to look at the quality of leadership, quality of teaching, the curriculum. Very importantly how a teacher’s empowered to plan, assess, develop their practice and be the lead people for taking the profession forwards. And by doing that we find that standards can rise much more quickly. But equally important, how do we engage the parents? This is a key part of educational effectiveness. We know that children with engaged parents improve in their educational quality much more quickly than those with parents who were disengaged in education.

The other side of the coin into education effectiveness is operational effectiveness. And this is something that we in educations have only recently become much better at. This is about how do we efficiently deploy the resources that we have. It’s also about how do we introduce the right processes in our schools. Businesses will look in detail at their processes, what is it that we do from top to bottom to deliver the right result. In schools, often it can be more intuitive. However, by analyzing the key processes in a school and actually making sure that each of them is being delivered in the most efficient way by the right people using the right technology, we can actually help to use our money better. And this is the point around financial effectiveness because if we are delivering high quality education and we’re doing it in a way which is operationally effective, then we’re making the best use of our resources.

It’s also very important to make sure that all of the stakeholders are really engaged in the work you’re doing. So what is it that the parents think, what do the teachers think, what do the students think. How does it all come together to make sure that we have a school that’s going to continue to improve, be critical of itself and do the very best it can for its community.
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Click Your Fortune #2: What Ideas Are You Passionate About? – John Werner

Click Your Fortune #2: What Ideas Are You Passionate About? – John Werner

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Adital Ela: Sustainability Designer
Sandra Aamodt: Neuroscientist; Author
John Werner: Leadership Team, Citizen Schools; Research Scientist, MIT
Alessandro Centrone: Vice President of Sales & Distribution, Steelcase Inc.

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Click Your Fortune is an interactive, choose-your-own-adventure style series that literally feeds questions from students to knowledgeable experts around the world. This intro video explains it all: http://ed.ted.com/lessons/click-your-fortune-episode-3

This episode features the professionals listed below answering dozens of questions submitted by students from all over the world. Got a burning question? A hero you’d like to see interviewed? A career you would like to see explored? Suggest and vote up ideas for future click your fortune videos here: https://community.ed.ted.com/teded/topics/suggest_questions_careers_and_people_for_the_next_click_your_fortune_episode

Francis de los Reyes III: Professor, Environmental Engineering, North Carolina State University
Deena Gornick: Executive Coach
Jennifer Indovina: TED Fellow; CEO, Tenrehte Technologies
Daniel Suarez: TED Speaker; Author; Senior Systems Analyst

Countries With Free University Education

Countries With Free University Education

Countries with free university education for international students: Information on those countries that do not charge international students for studying in their country. Do you have more examples? If you do, please share. There are so many students out there who do not have such information.

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Special Education – Teaching Students With Autism

Special Education – Teaching Students With Autism

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This special education video is designed for SPED teachers, special needs students and parents of special education children.

This has an in depth conversation about autism and it also provides effective teaching strategies when teaching students with autism.