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Thread: Practical Education
Celfious
Celfious


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posted January 24, 2014 04:11 AM

Practical Education

Hi I have thought of a concept for early education I have refereed to as practical education. There is a lot of information we could teach the youth that can be helpful for them and the future. Some of these things we may know very well. Some we on individual basis's may not even know at this stage of our lives. And potentially worse we could have distorted perceptions because we have conformed and adapted to traditional and socially affirmed norms. It would be nice if others here could also throw in a few ideas of what could be ideal subjects to teach our future.

Here are some ideas I am pretty much just coming up with. I will say that history, science, math, writing, language do offer some benefit (some more than others) but if education is set up in ways that could compare to cattle herds then there could be more focus on tangible, useful, practical information.


What helpful various resources from elements to common items may have. Medical? Solvents? etc etc

Realistic problem solving.

Learning the basics of how a wide variety of things function / operate.

How to repair good clothing, and other stuff around the house.

What to do in this economy if we wish to eat well and easy without the chains of processed foods and "natural" ingredients.

What ways we can make a difference in the environment.
Is it more beneficial to wash dishes or waste paper plates? Which ways to make bigger differences require less energy on our parts?

What the general set ups of chain of command are, how they are useful, and how we can utilize them for the benefit of ourselves and others.

Various methods of organization and what the benefits are of them, from mental clarity, habits, and better control of our surroundings compared to chaos, visual distraction and unnecessary additions to our  list of things we need or want to do.

What kind of things the big corporations dont want us to know.

Respect of our fellows, social harmony, individual responsibility.

The difference between what we feel and want badly enough to act impulsively, compared to how we may feel years down the road.

Survivalism. Looking about forests, snowstorms, floods, and without the dependence of specific things that may not be available, knowing at least something about how to survive.


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emmybecca
emmybecca

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posted August 29, 2018 09:52 AM
Edited by emmybecca at 09:53, 29 Aug 2018.

it is indeed a good step to give students and people early education about the education they are going to get. Along with that, you can also suggest them to use the discounts through discounted coupons,Click here for back to school coupons 2018 which can give you huge discounts.

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Kipshasz
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posted August 29, 2018 10:20 AM

I believe trade schools teach a lot of the mentioned things.
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SannyJey
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posted February 14, 2019 08:52 AM

Celfious said:

Here are some ideas I am pretty much just coming up with. I will say that history, science, math, writing, language do offer some benefit (some more than others) but if education is set up in ways that could compare to cattle herds then there could be more focus on tangible, useful, practical information.


What helpful various resources from elements to common items may have. Medical? Solvents? etc etc

Realistic problem solving.

Learning the basics of how a wide variety of things function / operate.

How to repair good clothing, and other stuff around the house.

What to do in this economy if we wish to eat well and easy without the chains of processed foods and "natural" ingredients.

What ways we can make a difference in the environment.
Is it more beneficial to wash dishes or waste paper plates? Which ways to make bigger differences require less energy on our parts?

What the general set ups of chain of command are, how they are useful, and how we can utilize them for the benefit of ourselves and others.

Various methods of organization and what the benefits are of them, from mental clarity, habits, and better control of our surroundings compared to chaos, visual distraction and unnecessary additions to our  list of things we need or want to do.

What kind of things the big corporations dont want us to know.

Respect of our fellows, social harmony, individual responsibility.

The difference between what we feel and want badly enough to act impulsively, compared to how we may feel years down the road.

Survivalism. Looking about forests, snowstorms, floods, and without the dependence of specific things that may not be available, knowing at least something about how to survive.




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All mentioned things could prove useful for life. Some of them are taught in schools I suppose

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adamsnow147
adamsnow147

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posted February 14, 2019 04:08 PM

nice

Celfious said:
Hi I have thought of a concept for early education I have refereed to as practical education. There is a lot of information we could teach the youth that can be helpful for them and the future. Some of these things we may know very well. Some we on individual basis's may not even know at this stage of our lives. And potentially worse we could have distorted perceptions because we have conformed and adapted to traditional and socially affirmed norms. It would be nice if others here could also throw in a few ideas of what could be ideal subjects to teach our future.

Here are some ideas I am pretty much just coming up with. I will say that history, science, math, writing, language do offer some benefit (some more than others) but if education is set up in ways that could compare to cattle herds then there could be more focus on tangible, useful, practical information.


What helpful various resources from elements to common items may have. Medical? Solvents? etc etc

Realistic problem solving.

Learning the basics of how a wide variety of things function / operate.

How to repair good clothing, and other stuff around the house.

What to do in this economy if we wish to eat well and easy without the chains of processed foods and "natural" ingredients.

What ways we can make a difference in the environment.
Is it more beneficial to wash dishes or waste paper plates? Which ways to make bigger differences require less energy on our parts?

What the general set ups of chain of command are, how they are useful, and how we can utilize them for the benefit of ourselves and others.

Various methods of organization and what the benefits are of them, from mental clarity, habits, and better control of our surroundings compared to chaos, visual distraction and unnecessary additions to our  list of things we need or want to do.

What kind of things the big corporations dont want us to know.

Respect of our fellows, social harmony, individual responsibility.

The difference between what we feel and want badly enough to act impulsively, compared to how we may feel years down the road.

Survivalism. Looking about forests, snowstorms, floods, and without the dependence of specific things that may not be available, knowing at least something about how to survive.




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adamsnow147
adamsnow147

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posted February 14, 2019 04:11 PM

nice

Celfious said:
Hi I have thought of a concept for early education I have refereed to as practical education. There is a lot of information we could teach the youth that can be helpful for them and the future. Some of these things we may know very well. Some we on individual basis's may not even know at this stage of our lives. And potentially worse we could have distorted perceptions because we have conformed and adapted to traditional and socially affirmed norms. It would be nice if others here could also throw in a few ideas of what could be ideal subjects to teach our future.

Here are some ideas I am pretty much just coming up with. I will say that history, science, math, writing, language do offer some benefit (some more than others) but if education is set up in ways that could compare to cattle herds then there could be more focus on tangible, useful, practical information.


What helpful various resources from elements to common items may have. Medical? Solvents? etc etc

Realistic problem solving.

Learning the basics of how a wide variety of things function / operate.

How to repair good clothing, and other stuff around the house.

What to do in this economy if we wish to eat well and easy without the chains of processed foods and "natural" ingredients.

What ways we can make a difference in the environment.
Is it more beneficial to wash dishes or waste paper plates? Which ways to make bigger differences require less energy on our parts?

What the general set ups of chain of command are, how they are useful, and how we can utilize them for the benefit of ourselves and others.

Various methods of organization and what the benefits are of them, from mental clarity, habits, and better control of our surroundings compared to chaos, visual distraction and unnecessary additions to our  list of things we need or want to do.

What kind of things the big corporations dont want us to know.

Respect of our fellows, social harmony, individual responsibility.

The difference between what we feel and want badly enough to act impulsively, compared to how we may feel years down the road.

Survivalism. Looking about forests, snowstorms, floods, and without the dependence of specific things that may not be available, knowing at least something about how to survive.




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olivia89
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posted February 14, 2019 08:09 PM
Edited by olivia89 at 14:42, 05 Mar 2019.

I think society should pay more attention to early childhood education. I know that students have a lot of paper works and exams but it teaches us how to overcome all obstacles. I remember that time when I had to write a compare and contrast essay in a week and applied to writing service character analysis essay format to finish it. But I totally support early education because it can equip a person with better life skills.

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AlHazin
AlHazin


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posted March 05, 2019 06:57 PM

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