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It is very difficult for the father or the mother, the teacher or educator, have a clear idea of what the fundamental issue in education and what are side issues to be organized around first. Education would be a process of teaching and learning in which not only have a major role the teacher but the learner and the educational context. – Education: deliberate process by which societies seek evolved the cultural wealth historically accumulated so much in terms of values and attitudes that are considered appropriate, as the concepts, theories, theoretical systems and procedures that usually take place in specific time-space coordinates (usually in the schools and especially during childhood , adolescence and youth. Teaching is a systematic and organized to impart knowledge, skills and experience through various means and methods, they may be expository, observation or testing, among others. – Learning: A relatively permanent change in behavior due to experience, can not be explained by a transitional stage of the organism, or trends maturation of innate responses (Stephen B.

Klein). Learning is to gain knowledge of something, take in memory concepts or properties about these things and be able to recover in the future based on stimuli. In education, although it is the individual learner, the Learning is a response to stimuli from the external world. Gomez Buendia, refers to education and identifies two important contexts, the institutional context where they transmit the knowledge to which we are accustomed to recognizing and non-institutional context, which plays an important role as the family or group of friends . In order to adopt the right formula on how to guide the activities of education the International Commission on Education for the XXI Century, convened by UNESCO, proposes four main lessons that will be the pillars of education throughout life: Learning to live together, learning to know, learning to do and learning to be.

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