You Can Teach One Lesson to the World; What Is It?

#TeachOneLesson Hack Learning
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Here’s your chance. You’ve got the ear of every child in the world. You can teach themĀ one lesson. What will it be?

A discussion about teaching kids one important lesson, prompted the image at the top of this post and the hashtag #TeachOneLesson on Twitter.

Lots of discussion ensued, and the ideas about teaching one valuable lesson continue on Twitter today.

The Hack Learning podcast episode embedded above discusses the power of the #TeachOneLesson movement.

Please share your own favorite lessons for kids on the twitter feed and in our comment section below.

teachonelesson twitter feed -- Hack Learning

A few replies to #TeachOneLesson

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Author: Mark Barnes

Mark Barnes is a longtime educator and the Founder of Times 10, which produces the popular Hack Learning Series, the uNseries, and other books for teachers and learners. To connect with Mark follow @markbarnes19 on Twitter.

  1. Daniel Adeboye

    If I had the ear of every child in the world to #TeachOneLesson, I would say (among others) “Don’t take shortcuts in life, they cut you short. Shortcuts are not necessarily better. Seek the right way and follow it”

    1. Mark Barnes

      That’s a great one, Daniel. Thanks for contributing here at Hack Learning and for listening to the podcast.

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