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What is the most important thing to teach children?

Discussion in 'Teaching assistants' started by jamesrattue, Mar 28, 2011.

  1. Answer=Tolerance!
    If every culture in the world taught RATs:
    Respect Tolerance and Acceptance then there would be no Libyan crisis, no ethnic cleansing in Africa, no militant vandalism in Central London and maybe Peace and Harmony in the classroom!
  2. Sorry meant Respect Acceptance Tolerance!
  3. People cannot be taught what they do not wish to learn.

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