100 famous quotes and quotes about education
Pedagogy is one of the bases of our society. Thus, from Psychology and Mind we present a juicy collection of phrases about education and teaching .
Education is the theoretical-practical procedure by which a person acquires habits, methods, skills, beliefs and ethical principles in relation to certain knowledge. These knowledges are transferred and assimilated from generation to generation, throughout human history.
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Famous quotes about education
But, why is education important? Here, some of the keys ...
- It enables us to live in society as well as for group coexistence through principles such as companionship and empathy, and practices such as collective cooperation.
- It helps us to have a greater imagination and creativity.
- Education is an elementary process in the correct structuring of the psyche , a key piece in cognitive and emotional maturation.
- Teaches ethical and moral values.
Phrases about teaching
Whether you are a teacher, parent or student, this post will serve to raise awareness and better understand educational issues . Do not miss it!
1. Common sense is not the result of education (Victor Hugo)
But without a doubt, education is a result of common sense. Do not forget that you pushed us to teach other people
2. It is the mark of a truly educated man to know what not to read (Ezra Taft Benson)
In a world where commercial literature floods the market, it is appropriate to have a good judgment about what should be read and what should not be read.
3. The educator is the man who makes difficult things seem easy (Ralph Waldo Emerson)
That a student does not understand something does not have to be his responsibility, perhaps it is the educator's fault that as an issuer, he does not know how to express himself. Hence the importance of knowing how to communicate. Ralph Waldo Emerson, North American poet of the Transcendental movement.
4. Ignorance is the worst enemy of a people that wants to be free (Jonathan Hennessey)
Sometimes, our rulers close the keys to knowledge. What do they want us not to know?
5. It is almost impossible to become an educated person in a country so distrustful of the independent mind (James Baldwin)
Education should always encourage critical thinking of its own, but without falling into various dogmatisms.
6. Not all readers are leaders, but all readers become leaders (Harry S. Truman)
They say that knowledge is power. If you want to be a wise and complete leader, open yourself to the infinite doors of erudition. Sentence of Harry S. Truman, president of the USA
7. We often give children answers to remember instead of problems to solve (Roger Lewin)
The traditional educational model is based almost exclusively on memorizing without associating this knowledge with a why. Developing logic is important in turn to develop the so-called critical thinking. If we only rely on memory when it comes to learning, What would differentiate us from a USB device?
8. If you are not willing to learn, no one can help you. If you are willing to learn, no one can stop you
The culture in the western world is available to everyone, with its countless libraries, reading clubs, exchange or gift of books and of course, the Internet. If you do not want to read it is your responsibility and that of nobody else.
9. Education is the way, not the goal
You can not think of education as a fixed and unalterable goal in time , this must be a tool for change.
10. Learning is a treasure that follows its owner throughout life
In effect, the brain is very plastic; things that you think you did not remember suddenly remind you of the need to use that knowledge.
11. Without education you do not go anywhere in this world (Malcolm X)
Regulated education is an effective measure to promote social equality , as well as to reduce poverty and / or misery. Otherwise, a worker would not have the opportunity to change his status as a worker just because he was born in that social class.
12. If a child can not learn the way we teach, perhaps we should teach how he learns
If an educational methodology does not work with a child, the logical thing is to try other methods. For example, in recent years more and more schools are emerging specifically for dyslexic children.
13. Education is not a problem, education is an opportunity
This phrase about education is very substantial: education is not everything, but it is 50% of equal opportunities.
14. The best thing that a father can give his son is a good education
A good father knows that education is not only given at school, but at home.
15. The biggest disadvantage you can have in your life is bad education
There is a direct correlation between the poorest countries and the literacy rate . It's not by chance.
16. The educated man knows that education lasts a lifetime
Sometimes education is not only the compendium of knowledge you have, but the desire to learn more and more. That is something that nobody will ever be able to take away, curiosity.
17. A good education not only has to teach how to read, but what is worth reading
In a world where commercial literature of dubious quality floods the market, it is essential to intuit, without prejudice, that it must be read and not read. We speak, then, of having criteria and good taste.
18. Long-term education is more valuable than money
Education opens the doors to a comfortable economic situation, but also opens the door to other things. Improving the world with your knowledge should be the gift you give to humanity.
19. The difference between a country that gives good education and one that is not as big as that of countries of different centuries
For example, the Nordic countries, which are socially very advanced, are those that also have a better educational system.
20. If you want to take advantage in life, start by working your education
Education has always been associated with elegance and good work. The more you know, the better image you will have .
21. Education is the soul of society. Without it, I would be lost
If education had not started (in its simplest form) in prehistory, we would not have arrived where we are.
22. A child with a lack of education is a lost child (John F. Kennedy)
If you do not get a good education since you were little, then it will be harder for you to learn . John F. Kennedy, president of the USA from January 20, 1961 to November 22, 1963.
23. A human being does not reach his highest levels until he is educated (Horace Mann)
Education is not only for children, it is a process that goes with you to the end. Paradoxically, without education, we could not squeeze our potential.
24. There is no school like a decent home and there is no teacher equal to a virtuous father (Mahatma Gandhi)
Good education starts at home, with the family. That's when we adopt our moral referents. Gandhi, Indian intellectual.
25. Education is what survives when what has been learned has been forgotten (B. F. Skinner)
This phrase about education is very significant. Through education we train in faculties such as learning, logic, emotions, attention ability, etc. Even if we do not remember a specific piece of information or certain information, the facility to manage well the mentioned faculties will always be much greater .
26. Good questions outperform easy answers (Paul Samuelson)
Knowing how to ask good questions is also a reflection of a good education. Reflect before asking!
27. Education generates trust. Trust generates hope. Hope generates peace (Confucius)
Education has enormous potential to improve the world in absolutely all areas. Confucius, thinker and Chinese philosopher.
28. Study not to know one more thing, but to know it better (Seneca)
Sometimes a good education is not synonymous with quantity, but with quality. Seneca, politician and Roman chronicler.
29. Education is an ornament in prosperity and a refuge in adversity (Aristotle)
In effect, education is not only a key tool for the advancement of humanity in contexts of social stability, but it is also the shield that defends us in times of chaos and instability. Aristotle, Hellenic philosopher.
30. Wisdom is not the product of schooling, but of an attempt throughout life to acquire it (Albert Einstein)
Education in school is very important but by itself, it is of little use. Good values must be acquired at home, and the desire to acquire more knowledge is an exceptional value. Albert Einstein, German scientist.
31. The competitive advantage of a society will not come from how well multiplication and periodic tables are taught in their schools, but from how well one can stimulate imagination and creativity (Walter Isaacson)
Traditionally, the capacities associated with the right hemisphere have been very undervalued for the traditional educational model. However, the theory of multiple intelligences helped break that status quo and opened a new paradigm in educational theory.
32. Your bookstore is your paradise (Desiderius Erasmus)
Who has not been fascinated by the huge number of books in a bookstore or a library? Apparently, the humanist philosopher Erasmus of Rotterdam was thrilled at such a vision.
33. What the sculpture is to a block of marble, education is for the soul (Joseph Addison)
Education is an ideal instrument to enhance the cognitive abilities that we all undoubtedly harbor. Never stop learning!
3. 4.Study without desire spoils the memory and retains nothing of what it takes (Leonardo da Vinci)
Without a doubt, we learn better and much more easily when we enjoy what we are studying. Otherwise, burn yourself in a matter of time. Our society should take note of the wise words of the Italian painter and philosopher Leonardo da Vinci.
35. Some people will never understand anything, because they understand everything too soon (Alexander Pope)
Intellectual pedantry, the belief that one knows everything, or that one is very sure of what one knows, is possibly one of the moral burdens associated with education. We would do well to banish this vice.
36. Man is what he reads (Joseph Brodsky)
If we are what we eat, why can not we be what we read?
37. If I started my studies again, I would follow Plato's advice and start with mathematics (Galileo Galilei)
Mathematics is an adequate tool to develop logic in the minds of people, according to Plato and Galileo Galilei.
38. Education consists mainly of what we have unlearned (Mark Twain)
Having a selective memory and "forgetting" the knowledge that for us is irrelevant is also very important when it comes to acquiring new information.
39. Education is a better safeguard of freedom than a standing army (Edward Everett)
For Edward Everett education is key to preventing conflicts, both personal and social.
40. Life must be an incessant education (Gustave Flaubert)
We never stop learning, even indirectly. Gustave Flaubert, French novelist.
41. He who refuses to learn in his youth is lost in the past and is dead for the future (Euripides)
In line with the previous sentence, we will always have the capacity to learn and we will never lose it. However, it is also true that a key period to learn is childhood and adolescence, since children's brains, as they grow, are a "sponge" that absorbs all knowledge and social value.
42. Education is not a substitute for intelligence (Frank Herbert)
Cognition is always a mixture of innate potential and acquired potential. Frank Herbert, science fiction writer and author of the famous novel, Dune.
43. Reading without reflecting is like eating undigested (Edmund Burke)
Everything we read should be reflected a posteriori, and if it has a practical utility that can help you to develop in life do not hesitate to use it.
44. Those who trust us educate us (George Eliot)
The story tells that the King of Spain, Carlos II, who was born with a certain mental deficiency, his education was neglected when he was sick, as they believed that it would be useless. It is theorized that this could be fatal to the political outcome of the Spanish Empire when the king made bad decisions.
45. The task of the modern educator is not to cut down jungles, but to water deserts (C.S. Lewis)
Education must always turn on a transversal axis that builds on the pre-existing . C.S Lewis, author and writer of The Chronicles of Narnia.
46. Only the educated are free (Epithet)
Education helps us to go further, to transcend the barriers imposed by society. It helps us in the end, to break the chains of which our mind is prey.
47. A good teacher must know the rules, a good pupil, the exceptions (Martin H. Fischer)
Education is based on universal principles, and this must be transmitted to the student, but sometimes there are exceptions that confirm the rule, exceptions that must also be transmitted in a world in which nuances are important.
48. Education does not create man, it helps him to create himself (Maurice Debesse)
Some philosophers claim that existence precedes essence. Would education help us to build that essence of what they are talking about?
49. Wisdom does not come from age, but from education and learning (Anton Chekhov)
Although it is true that the older one can be wiser (by experience), it is not a determining factor and it is not the only one. Regardless of age, education also plays an important role.
50. The highest activity that a human being can achieve is to learn to understand because understanding is to be free (Baruch Spinoza)
When one is aware of what one does and why one does it, the determination in that act of pure will is stronger than ever. That is why we must not forget what the end of education is, applicable both to teachers and students.
51. I prefer to entertain and expect people to learn something than to educate people and expect people to entertain themselves (Walt Disney)
Who says that education can not be light and fun? Let them ask Walt Disney; his moralistic films have influenced (ideologically speaking) many children throughout many generations.
52. Educating a person in the mind but not in morals is educating a threat to society (Theodore Roosevelt)
Knowledge without control is useless.We could be generating cruel people but no less intelligent since, who or what guarantees us that they know how to use that knowledge correctly? Ethics, then, is the minimum that guarantees the proper use of a given education.
53. He who ceases to be a student has never been a student (George Iles)
Being a student implies having good study habits, acquired through praxis.
54. Knowledge will give you the opportunity to make a difference (Claire Fagin)
As human beings we will always have differences, and those differences are the ones that we must strengthen to improve our own existence and that of society.
55. Only as we develop others, we have permanent success (Harvey S. Firestone)
To the extent that we create individuals capable of reasoning and having critical thinking, the whole society, as a whole, wins.
56. An educated person should know everything about something and something about everything (Cicely Veronica Wedgwood)
Should we aspire to be multi-faceted people? Polymath was the ultimate Renaissance ideal. For example, Leonardo Da Vinci was a philosopher, inventor, watercolourist, biologist, builder, engineer, geologist, etc. He excelled in both the arts and the sciences.
57. Long is the way of teaching by means of theories, brief and effective by means of examples (Seneca)
Practical examples are linked to experience and empirical experience is a basic methodology in learning. If you do not understand something, Do not be ashamed and ask for examples!
58. The risk comes from not knowing what you're doing (Warren Buffett)
Throughout history many well-meaning actions have ended in disaster because you really did not know what was being done, that's why it's good to reflect on things before embarking on an adventure and learning from one's own and others' experience.
59. All life is a constant education (Eleanor Roosevelt)
This phrase about education is a particularly famous quote that you should not forget . Until the day of our death we will always learn something, even a trivial knowledge.
60. Education has produced a vast population capable of reading but unable to distinguish what is worth reading (G. M. Trevelyan)
The literacy index serves to compare how developed a society is but it is far from being decisive. There are values that should be associated with education in an intrinsic way, to train critical people.
61. I have never met a person so ignorant that he can not learn something from her (Galileo Galilei)
You can always learn something from everyone. Absolute ignorance is only an abstraction of our mind.
62. Never consider study as an obligation, but as an opportunity to penetrate the beautiful and wonderful world of knowledge (Albert Einstein)
Perhaps the error of the current educational model is that it forces itself to know, but it is not taught to love knowledge.
63. The ultimate goal of true education is not only to get people to do what is right, but to enjoy doing it; not only to form working people, but people who love work; not only individuals with knowledge, but with a love of knowledge; not only pure beings, but with love of purity; not only righteous people, but with hunger and thirst for justice (John Ruskin)
A famous quote on education very much in line with the previous one. Education is not only a matter of quantity of knowledge, but of attitude.
64. Studying ... means possessing masterful methods. Assimilating the method of work does not mean strengthening it for your whole life: just start working and the same work will teach you (Máximo Gorki)
The very dynamics of learning facilitates the acquisition of knowledge as it is practiced. Phrase of Máximo Gorki, Soviet writer.
65. There is no one who can not be the teacher of another in something (Baltasar Gracián)
Everyone has something to teach us. Do not waste the opportunity!
66. Plants are straightened by cultivation, men by education (J.J. Rousseau)
Education, in the Maslow pyramid, is a transversal need that ends up influencing to a lesser or greater extent at all levels of the pyramid. It is not a basic need, but it is a basic right.
67. Asking questions is proof that you think (Rabindranath Tagore)
A curious mind does not stop asking questions, or questioning absolutely everything. Do not stop asking!
68. The mediocre educator speaks. The good educator explains. The superior educator demonstrates. The great educator inspires (William Arthur Ward)
Inspiration, as well as admiration, is one of the noblest feelings that human beings can experience . If these feelings will be more evoked in the educational system, we would not have limits.
69. The best weapon against ignorance is the study (Rafael Escandón)
Ignorance is one of the great burdens that our society suffers, that's why we need you to shape yourself!
70. It is not necessary to always start with the first notion of the things that are studied, but with what can facilitate learning (Aristotle)
Before you start studying, design a good study plan.You will get less bored and your ability to assimilate information will be much greater. Aristotle, Greek philosopher.
71. The principle of education is to lead by example (Turgot)
Preaching by example is fundamental in educational methodology. Avoiding inconsistencies between what is said and what is done is very important for any educator, be it a parent or a teacher.
72. Life must be a continuous education (Gustave Flaubert)
It is a concept very repeated throughout history by different celebrities, but no less true. Whether you want it or not, life is a constant lesson .
73. The sovereignty of man is hidden in the dimension of his knowledge (Francis Bacon)
We will only be able to control the world if we are able to control ourselves, through education in its broadest definition.
74. By ignorance we are wrong, and by mistakes we learn (Roman Proverb)
Experience, as well as trial and error, are still phenomena linked per se to the educational phenomenon. Therefore, do not be afraid of making a mistake, only this way you will learn.
75. A lot of learning can fit into an empty head (Karl Kraus)
Knowing more or less has no relation with the learning capacity of the individual. We all deserve a second chance when it comes to learning.
76. Only by education can man become man. Man is nothing more than what education makes of him (Immanuel Kant)
Education is what does not differentiate us, in part, from animals. It is the basis of our civilization, without education we would not have anything that we currently have.
77. Wise men learn much from their enemies (Aristophanes)
If even enemies can get something, how can you not learn from friends? Aristophanes, Greek comedian.
78. Education is the dress to attend the party of life (Miguel Rojas Sánchez)
If we are educated, we will be more prepared for the challenge of living.
79. Whenever you teach, it teaches at the same time to doubt what you teach (José Ortega y Gasset)
Skepticism, considering things two and three times, is a key value in a good education.
80. The goal of education is virtue and the desire to become a good citizen (Plato)
In effect, we are citizens, and not subjects, in part, thanks to the human rights that have been developed in recent centuries. It is a fundamental right of which we should make good use of .
81. You can not teach anything to a man; it can only be helped to find the answer within itself (Galileo Galilei)
Sometimes the answer is not in the others, but in the interior. Be introspective!
82. Do not avoid your children the difficulties of life, teach them rather to overcome them (Louis Pasteur)
An error in current education is that children are often infantilized more than they really are. Show them the world so they can transform it!
83. Good teachers are expensive; but the bad guys are even more so (Bob Talbert)
Ignorance is a price that is sometimes paid too high, so do not skimp on resources when talking about education.
84. Who dares to teach, should never stop learning (John Cotton Dana)
Life is a constant learning, therefore, always be alert! You never know if you can learn something interesting.
85. The greater the island of knowledge, the greater the banks of wonder (Ralph M. Sockman)
Sometimes, the more you learn, the less you know. Questions arise, questions that question what you took for granted. That is the mystery of knowledge!
86. The best way to make children happy is to make them happy (Oscar Wilde)
The education It goes to meet the individual needs of children , including their motivations in relation to their abilities. Oscar Wilde, Irish poet and novelist.
87. The purpose of education is to increase the probability that what we want will happen (José Antonio Marina)
If you have the weight of a good education and you care about keeping it, you will leave less random things in your life.
88. Education is about helping a child to bring his aptitudes to reality (Erich Fromm)
Promoting the child's own skills is something that must be taken into account when educating. Erich Fromm, German psychologist.
89. What is given to children, children will give to society (Karl A. Meninger)
An educated society is undoubtedly a prosperous and happy society.
90. What is given to children, children will give to society (Karl A. Menninger)
The achievements of the future depend on the way children are educated today.
91. Where there are children, there is the Golden Age (Novalis)
Childhood is a stage of constant exploration, hypothesis and search for knowledge.
92. Where there is education there is no class distinction (Confucius)
Education is a way of betting on equality.
93. Being self-taught is the only type of education that exists (Isaac Asimov)
When you yourself are the engine of your own learning, it is unstoppable.
94The change is the result of any true learning (Leo Buscaglia)
Everything we do throughout our learning processes results in a path of personal evolution.
95. A good teacher has to be able to put himself in the place of those who find it difficult to move forward (Eliphas Levi)
An indication for teachers.
96. The noblest pleasure is the enjoyment of knowledge (Leonardo da Vinci)
Learning is not simply accumulating data There is also an element of personal enjoyment.
97. The key to education is not to teach, it is to wake up (Ernest Renan)
As we receive education, we move on to qualitatively different stages of knowledge.
98. What is learned is never completely forgotten (Seneca)
Significant learning means that what is learned is linked to everything we already knew, consolidating in our memory.
99. Education is the most powerful weapon you can use to change the world (Nelson Mandela)
One from the famous phrases about education that this politician and activist pronounced.
100. You are always a student, never a teacher (Conrad Hall)
Education does not end even in adulthood.