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"The purpose of education is to alter a students way of thinking. It is to help him/her to understand. And what is understanding? Understanding means being able to break concepts down to his or her own words, but to use that understanding to…"
"Hello Everyone !!!!!
I am a semi-retired UN Advisor of Education who was nominated for a Nobel Peace Prize in 2008 for " networking global administrators in order to understand other cultures, countries and specifically students in order to…"
I am a semi-retired UN Advisor who can be found in most Who's Who including Who's Who in America, Who's Who in the World and Who's Who of American Teachers.
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Have been to China, Australia, Jordan, England, Siberia and various others in order to improve pedagogical practice. I'm currently preparing a contribution to both The Encyclopedia on Philosphy of Education as well as The Journal of International Educaton. I have been nominated for the Nobel Peace Prize in 2008 for networking global education administrators in order to understand other cultures, countries and specifically students in order to create a pathway to sustained peace. I have created over 100 different theories, practica and formula in order to arrive at that goal. One of these formulae is ' The Theory of Student Relativety '. I also have a TV show which can be seen on public access TV.
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Encyclopedias, Scholarly Journals, Masters Thesis, Doctoral Dissertations and various websites.
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