Difference between revisions of "Education"

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[[Image:Unterricht.jpg|thumb|250px|Education in [[antiquity]] ([[etching]], 1818).]]
 
'''Education''' is the building of understanding and knowledge, both informally through day to day experiences (e.g. at [[home]]) and formally (in [[kindergarten]]s, [[school]]s, [[course]]s, [[workshop]]s, etc.).
 
Individuals receive informal education from a variety of sources. [[Family]] members, peers, [[book]]s and mass media have a strong influence on the informal education of the individual.
 
'''Teaching''' is the transferring of knowledge and/or skills from one person to another. Formal education is often(e.g. in institutions[[preschool]]s, [[school]]s, [[course]]s, [[workshop]]s) is andusually given by professional [[teacher]]s.
 
== See also ==