Educational aims and objectives

The aim and purpose of education Nigeria is to grow our children into productive citizens that use their talents, knowledge, and learned skills to sustain and help others citizens while pushing the human race forward in areas of equality, equity, and harmony. ‘Education‘ is still the key.

Let me keep it real simple for this one,

  • Education gives us the ability to differentiate between what is right and wrong, what is immoral and moral & what is just and unjust.
  • Education gives a person hope to solve the problems humanity faces today.
  • Education gives you the power to question anything wrong.
  • Education helps you learn the right way to execute yourself and behave positively.
  • Education helps you find the truth and it forces you to think in different aspects.
  • Proper education removes ill beliefs.
  • It makes you more aware and confident.

The aim and purpose of education Nigeria is to grow our children into productive citizens that use their talents, knowledge, and learned skills to sustain and help others citizens while pushing the human race forward in areas of equality, equity, and harmony. ‘Education‘ is still the key.

Education’ is still the key.

What are the goals of education?

I’ve been out of the field for about seven years, but this is what my philosophy was.

  1. Teach the student the parts of the body. Body parts, major muscles, major bones, body systems.
  2. What the body is doing while in motion. What the body is capable of.
  3. Maximize the flexibility and strength of the body.
  4. Teach as many skills as possible. Each school district has different sports and activities that they offer.
  5. Explain reason for warm up and stretching; prevent injury.
  6. Teach leadership and teamwork
  7. Teach importance of health and its relationship to sound body, sound mind.
  8. Teach rules and history of sports they are participating in.
  9. I feel there is a correlation between how hard one works on their fitness and how they work at their job, tasks, and other challenges.

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