The willingness or wantingness of individuals to continue enhancing their personal vault of knowledge from all resources and sharing their knowledge with others within the proper context.
1. (Education) the provision or use of both formal and informal learning opportunities throughout people's lives in order to foster thecontinuous development and improvement of the knowledge and skills needed for employment and personal fullfilment.
Building a classroom on the concept of a blueprint (scaffolding). Students bring into the classroom their previous knowledge, the class shares their experiences, and the class, as a whole, moves forward building their individual blueprint while keeping the context of the classroom blueprint in focus.
Educators must have the ability to make connections to the students of their classroom. Education goes beyond handing out material or writing on a board. These connections allow the educator to assess the students life and create the appropriate learning environment in which the student is given the greatest opportunity to succeed.
Differentiated instruction allows the educator to present material in such a way that the whole classroom will find the subject matter, that may be otherwise basic, to a level of excitement or at the very least, a willingness of the students to engaged and participating in the learning experience.