Your Ideal Education

What are your favorite memories of learning?

If you could create your ideal education, what would it be like?

These are the questions we asked people of all the types. From their answers, we put together practical and specific advice for teachers right now, and ideas for those who want to improve education in the future. We found out that we're all capable of getting that lit-up feeling we call being interested, but it takes very different things for it to happen for different people.

"To teach SPs, take the abstract titles of lessons, and turn them into titles that begin with 'How to.' For example, 'Weather' becomes 'How to make a tornado.' 'Egypt' becomes 'How to write in hieroglyphics,' and 'Levers' becomes 'How to lift up 10 of your friends.' "

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