March 15, 2007 12:28pm CST
what is your concept of education?
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• Philippines
24 Mar 07
Education is a process of providing a person with knowledge, skill, competence, or desirable qualities of behavior or character by formal course of study as in attending schools, instruction, or training.
@hinocki (670)
• Italy
15 Mar 07
Education is made by all the rules you have in your life style which don't enter in conflict with the respect versus other people. The important is to not offend anyone. For the rest you can do what you want.
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@susieq223 (3742)
• United States
26 Mar 07
Wow! That is a deep question! I wonder how many responses you will get to this one? For me education is learning. It never stops, because there is always more to learn. (The more I know, the more I know I don't know!) It is always varied, because there are so many things to learn. It is always equal opportunity--not restricted by age, socio-economic level, gender, religion, nationality, etc. It is not gradeable, although teachers and schools love to try. It has nothing to do with I.Q. Anyone can learn at any time. It is fascinating, wonderful and inspiring. It keeps you young.
@healwell (1268)
• Ahmedabad, India
26 Mar 07
What ever molds your mind and open ups dimensions of the knoledge (not only information) in the consideration of betterment of life and other human fellows and society is generaly known as a base of conceptual definations of the education! I think regarding learning process and believe that the urge of learning should lead the education and when we talk about such thing, learning becomes priority and leading force for the concern person and educating him or her! There is one practical aspect also mentioning life and earning with civic senses and behavioural part of social life! What ever promots that with new ideas with traditional respect is also called Education!
@whacks (774)
• Philippines
24 Mar 07
Education is teaching an individual whether it be in school, training, seminars, etc. whereby he learns whatever is necessary in life to be able to live in accordance with the norms of conduct in a society.