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This explains the burnt out feeling at the end of the semester ; ) heehee... all kidding aside though, it does symbolize how you can never get to a point where you are full... the fire can always continue to grow and burn....

"...to build achievement on discovering the individual talents of each child, to put students in an environment where they want to learn and where they can naturally discover their true passions." ~ Sir Ken Robinson

"Education is the best provision for the journey to old age," ~Aristotle via www.designworklif...

This has always been one of my favorite quotes on education or teaching; I believe it's especially appropriate in IL because you're not grading if students find a stock "right answer" but giving them the tools to search for themselves.

wish more people would take this seriously. Stop trying to "teach" kids and instead, simply nurture their inborn love of learning-- creativity, exploration, and critical thinking.

When Education Is More Important Than Anything Else

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#Education and teacher appreciation! Here are great quotes for the classroom! We love teachers. They are champions for kid for sure!

Maya Angelou wisdom quote: do the best you can until you know better, then when you know better, do better

Can't find original site but this is a good quote. Unfortunately, sometimes it gets twisted beyond recognition to serve a hateful, bigoted agenda. Teach critical thinking, folks. I think formal logic/Boolean Algebra should be a required subject. Truth doesn't rest easy on a base of falsehood.

A high-resolution classroom poster with an inspirational quote about the object of education from Robert M. Hutchins.