What are the importance of education?

In everybody’s life, education is a critical aspect since I t is the process of acquiring experience and wisdom of the behavior in different areas. Indeed the importance of education is significant in our lives. The study is not restricted to what the person gains from  institutions but  it also contains the information that the life experience and older generations informally gains. Training provides a way to learn and then apply knowledge on various subjects in order to better the lives of individuals. This develops during childhood when students understand all about what is occurring outside them.

Initially, learning came in the form of a oral tradition but  with the objective of maintaining cultural knowledge through down the generations. Although knowledge transitions from of the older population to the younger population remain important, through times the situation has evolved.  The educational institutions and academia  became a  medium  that provided training .And it is  evolving constantly to support the learning process for students as well as educators.

 

Importance Of Education 

 

The younger children must be educated, and therefore be able to understand truth properly once they grow older and make decisions which influence not only their lives, but community as a who  Education is important to improve the life of any person who wants and bring about a positive change to society. Higher education institutions as a prerequisite for the country’s development are priority for both the remainder of the developed world. For example the developed countries such as Korea, England, Japan, Germany   made primary school mandatory for children, resulting in a high rate of literacy. The nation has several men, and this is because of education, who contribute to the growth of the economy.

In addition , new policy changes are continually under way in the developing countries  to enable the kids to develop more less. Several students will begin online courses and interactive methods in the research process.
Regardless of how hard it is to learn, it’s important to note that education should be valued by any citizen. Education   significantly affects the lives and provides us several possibilities to grow and develop.  The option would be to use us or not, but we will surely be appreciative for this decision.

Rainbow STEM Challenge

Rainbow STEM Challenge

Have you ever had a Pinterest fail? I know I have!​​

Sometimes a project seems like unicorns and rainbows in theory and then you try doing it in your own classroom and everything turns into chaos.

Kids are off task…

The project flops…​​​​

​​That’s why I love having my go-to resources like The Plato Pack where I *KNOW* the lessons will always be a success.

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Speaking of Pinterest WINS, I wanted to pass along this simple STEM project so you can print it out and add it to your lesson plans…

Getting Ready

Prepping the project was really as simple as gathering together supplies for each group:

  • 15 pipe cleaners (including one of each color in the rainbow if possible)
  • A small container of playdough
  • Scissors
  • One record sheet for each child

And then, for testing later, I grabbed a small plastic cup filled with 50 pennies.

Rainbow STEM Challenge

Each group had the same goal: building the strongest rainbow.

To successfully complete the challenge, however, I set out some extra rules. The rainbows had to:

  • Stand on their own
  • Use 15 or fewer pipe cleaners each
  • Not use any other material like tape or staples to bind the pipe cleaners together.
  • Stand at least 4 inches (10 cm) tall

Since a big piece of STEM learning is design, teamwork and problem solving, I had students first work with their groups to create a plan on their record sheet.

Then they set out to actually build their rainbow!

After all of the groups had finished creating, it was time to test the strength of the arcs.

Working on one rainbow at a time, we placed the plastic cup at the center of the arc and slowly added one coin to the cup at a time until the arc collapsed.

The kids were so excited to see what design was the strongest!

To stretch students’ thinking, we talked about what worked well and what needed to be tweaked next time.

Then kids set off to adjust their designs before we tested them again to see if there was any improvement.

Extension Activity

A simple way to build students’ creativity is having them use leftover pipe cleaners to make their own design: trees, animals… anything!

I’m including an extension record sheet in the download (below) for you too.

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