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Great Minds on Teaching and Learning Training Course

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Discover timeless wisdom on teaching and learning from history's greatest minds.

4 minutes   |   SKU: ABCGMTL    |    Language(s): EN    |    Produced 2011








4 minutes

Training Objectives

Reflect on the importance of combining intelligence and character in education
Understand the impact of giving your best effort in teaching and learning
Recognize education as a powerful tool for global change
Emphasize active involvement in the learning process
Foster joy in creative expression and knowledge
Appreciate the reciprocal benefits of teaching and learning

Course Overview

Throughout history, some of the greatest minds have shared their profound insights on the nature of teaching and learning. These reflections not only highlight the importance of education but also emphasize the transformative power it holds. Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. believed that true education combined intelligence with character, encouraging us to think intensively and critically. Helen Keller reminded us that our best efforts can create miracles in our own lives and in the lives of others.

Nelson Mandela viewed education as the most powerful weapon to change the world, while Benjamin Franklin stressed the importance of involvement in the learning process. Malcolm Forbes saw education as a means to open minds, replacing emptiness with curiosity and understanding. Albert Einstein highlighted the joy found in creative expression and knowledge, calling it the supreme art of teaching.

Ralph Waldo Emerson and Robert Bulwer-Lytton both noted the reciprocal benefits of teaching and the inspiring role of a teacher. Galileo Galilei emphasized discovery within oneself as a crucial aspect of learning. Abraham Lincoln regarded education as the most critical subject for societal engagement, and Mark Twain celebrated the nobility of teaching others.

This course will delve into these powerful quotes, exploring the deeper meanings and practical applications of their wisdom. By examining these timeless perspectives, we aim to inspire educators and learners alike to approach teaching and learning with renewed passion and insight.

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According to Dr. Martin Luther King Jr., what two qualities define true education?

True education is defined by intelligence and character.

How does Helen Keller describe the impact of doing our best?

She believes that doing our best can create miracles in our lives and in the lives of others.

What does Nelson Mandela say is the most powerful weapon to change the world?

Education is the most powerful weapon to change the world.

How does Benjamin Franklin describe the process of learning?

Franklin says that involving someone in the learning process helps them learn more effectively.

According to Albert Einstein, what is the supreme art of the teacher?

The supreme art of the teacher is to awaken joy in creative expression and knowledge.

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