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  • Washings and Anointings – Temple Education Series

    Posted on April 27th, 2010 Cliff the Wino    Temple Education Series 3 comments

    Another of our educational videos.

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    • Education is unquestionably a vital field, because every thing in civilization relies upon education. I saw that on a website someplace — a non-profit organization in the Philippines. Teachers gives their very best at their craft (the majority of them, anyway). But there are some who appear to have a gift to inspire. My high school world history teacher was one of those. She had lived in China as a kid. When she taught in Rockville, Maryland, you could actually feel the wisdom of all her experience. She didn’t have us memorize dates. Which had been the first brilliant thing I had been told by a history teacher. What she said next took the subject several magnitudes higher in value. She wanted us to be familiar with the motivations of history — the deeply visceral, human issues with what can somewhat be a deadly dry subject. Jaime Escalante of “Stand and Deliver” fame, dared to dream big. Calculus for the typically dropout crowd? Pushing them to go on to college? Wow. And I’ve this book called, “Calculus Made Easy,” by Sylvanus P. Thompson, first published in 1910. It’s been through lots of printings all to generate a straightforward subject simple. What are we able to do to create more teachers who inspire world-changing superiority? Einstein once revealed that imagination is much more important than knowledge. Knowledge can present you with the inspiration. Imagination usually takes you to the stars. Don’t our children deserve better?

    • Guy Noir, Private Eye

      Truth: the good things about Mormonism aren’t exclusive to Mormonism; the exclusive things about Mormonism aren’t productive/useful EXCEPT to keep people tied to the Mormon Church…

    • Jared Passmore

      You know they have help for mental illness. They are called clinical pshycologists.


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