How does this video relate to education?

If you have any ideas, start the conversation in the comment section! I would love to hear what you think!

Published in: on August 3, 2010 at 1:54 pm  Comments (6)  

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  1. This is funny. It shows that some people need to see what is right in front of them and not make things complicated

  2. It relates to education like if you were doing well then suddenly you come across a problem you don’t know how to solve, instead of taking initiative and getting past it, you just stop right there and give up.

  3. LOL… They are si lazy! Why didn’t they just walk up the rest of the stairs?

  4. This relates to education by showing us that there is usually a simple solution to our problems and to not ask for help right away and try to find a solution.

  5. Being educated usually gives you the brains to learn how to figure out a simple problem like this one. They could just go up the answer like stairs. It’s funny how they don’t see the answer that’s right in front of them. We need to learn how to look around for answers and take action!!

    • i have to agree with Elise. With all the technology these days, we don’t take the time to look for our own answers an think. We have become a lazy generation with so much potetial that is being wasted. If our generation has the brains to invent and discover the amazing technology we have right now, then we have more than what it takes to do so much more with ourselves, we just got to stop relying on others and figure it out ourselves(:

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