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Teaching Methods for Inspiring the Students of the Future | Joe Ruhl | TEDxLafayette

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Collaboration. Communication. Critical thinking. Creativity. - Should be present in all classrooms. Joe Ruhl received his bachelors and masters degrees at Purdue University and he has been sharing the joys of biology with kids for 37 years. He presently teaches Biology, Genetics, and Science Research courses at Jefferson High School in Lafayette, Indiana. Joe and his wife Gail have two children and two grandchildren. The National Association of Biology Teachers named Joe Ruhl the Outstanding Biology Teacher of Indiana in 1987. In 1988 he was awarded a Golden Apple Teaching Award by the Lafayette, Indiana Chamber of Commerce. In 1989 he was honored at the White House as Indiana’s recipient of the Presidential Award for Excellence in Science Teaching. In 1996 he received the Purdue University College of Science Distinguished Alumnus Award for Excellence in K-12 Science Teaching. In 2004 he was awarded the Purdue College of Education’s Crystal Apple Teaching Award. And in 2012 he was honored with the Shell National Science Teaching Award. This talk was given at a TEDx event using the TED conference format but independently organized by a local community. Learn more at http://ted.com/tedx
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george issa (2 days ago)
This is the first time that I realize I should be grabbing my notebook and write down what is being said here.
São Carreira (3 days ago)
Building a new school...
Leo McDonald (4 days ago)
Thank you. This is so fantastic.
sohail abbasi (4 days ago)
wow what a wonderful idea i really learn from you lots off thing about education and research and i must share these things to pakistani teachers
A.S Abdalle (6 days ago)
Wonderful insights as a former Maths and Physics Tutor( After Graduation) I still miss those tiny creatures, our future leaders in any country. The kids need the 6th C the most whether they're your own kids or otherwise. Amazing video.
Latifa Hajar (8 days ago)
Wow my teachers really sucked😬
Brig Sushil Bhasin (9 days ago)
Absolutely brilliant. I am truly inspired and enlightened
jacob same (13 days ago)
Thanks sir, for this topic
Rozina Jamil (14 days ago)
Very inspirational! I wish he could upload a few of his tutorials to see how he did them. I would love to follow his ideas and suggestions. I wonder if he can show how he planned his units.
Stef Joseph-Kruyswijk (15 days ago)
Thanks for the reminder about how teaching also can be
Sarah UNI (16 days ago)
This video was really inspirational to watch. I am a student, but it massively made me appreciative of my lecturers who are motivational, caring and all the other C'S. Thanks for a great video x
This video was really inspirational to watch. I am a student, but it massively made me appreciative of my lecturers who are motivational, caring and all the other C'S. Thanks for a great video x
Ayat Darwish (18 days ago)
beautiful
Amy Naidoo (19 days ago)
So powerful. Thank you
tobiasplatzen10 (19 days ago)
Gotta repeat - just great. Not only a perfect speech, but content-wise a perfect attitude! THIS is what school teachers miss out, this is what the school system (at least in most german schools and universities) miss out! Thank you for this words
tobiasplatzen10 (19 days ago)
A very inspirational speech! You hit the nail on the head!
game freak wannabe (23 days ago)
that menu style learning with a bunch of options sounds amazing. i wish teachers at my school actually did that, im gonna find a way to make that work when i become an art teacher
jereme salazar (27 days ago)
I like this talk, started on the peak, and direct. My attention is truly directed to the speaker because I can outline the points.
Tooba Rashid (29 days ago)
This is the real power of words for inspiring all the students and the teachers. This video is really worth watching for all .
Mayya . Artist (30 days ago)
Amazing... now I want to be an art teacher instead of doing business out of it .... or maybe both! omg very inspiring
Marco Ripani (1 month ago)
nice video
LOL! LOL! (1 month ago)
Try this teaching method in an urban secondary student classroom with smart phones as a distraction... yeah, yeah, uh-huh!
Stay Honey (1 month ago)
I love this. Wish all schools taught like this
My My (1 month ago)
Beautiful and very inspiring, thank you Mr Ruhl (y) :)
oh darn no..this gent just inspired me to be a teacher..
Aleisa Ribalta (1 month ago)
Amazing!
gillian owens (1 month ago)
In my cousins school teachers the class anymore get the children to find there information themself it is better
Darlene Quijada (1 month ago)
A very inspiring talk that ignites my passion to teach. Just what I need in this trying times I faced with the school system and almost lack of support that almost made me demotivated. A big THANK YOU Sir Joe for the inspiration you gave us...You Rock!!!
YouTube Potatoe (1 month ago)
What about their results ? Do they perform better than before ? Do they perform better than their cohort ? What do they do after they graduate from your class ? Do they continue with this subject ? Does this method suit every student or are there exceptions ? What percentage is the exception ?
Ronilo Paler (1 month ago)
It inspires me very much, such a great video
Nur Amira Syahira (1 month ago)
I watch more than twice
mpking1374 (2 months ago)
Many jobs will be replaced by AI in the future. What will most people do and how will they make a living? They can't all be inventors, scientists, engineers or working in creative jobs.
Remi Borgen (2 months ago)
He speaks completely authentically from the heart.
Eddie Higgenbottom (2 months ago)
I was looking up the modern pedagogy and amazing this is it.
sree lakshmi (2 months ago)
Informative sir. Thank you sir for sharing.
Um Ibrahim (2 months ago)
I absolutely love this, however, as a GCSE teacher in England, the curriculum must be completed in a limited time period. If it wasn't for that, I'd use these teaching methods.
Muhd Isha (2 months ago)
Um Ibrahim true, we have to finish the syllabus within the given timeframe.
David Rankin (2 months ago)
Thank you for the recharge and reboot. "Love is..."
William Foster (2 months ago)
Out of all the Ted talks I've watched this chap hit the nail on the head. Love his approach and if I can employ a fraction of his teaching I'll be happy, WELL DONE Joe!!!
Nisrin Zinati (2 months ago)
Amazing is an understatement honestly.
Putu Widyasena (3 months ago)
10:21 Nice pun tho 😂😂
Zaray Monge (3 months ago)
Loved it, it made me smile!! Thank you Mr. Ruhl.
Giovanni Maligro (3 months ago)
interesting. love the engagement and the art part =)
sompasong vongthavone (3 months ago)
Thank you very much for sharing this and guide me to be a better teacher
priya (3 months ago)
Inspiring lecture sir ,students remember those Teachers who r loving and caring, good teacher motivate students with love
Smart Panda07 (3 months ago)
He is a great teacher. I want to be a great teacher too.
Jayne (3 months ago)
I've same teaching experiences and teach in the same way. His assumptions are absolutely right. As always there is a catch; you've to work enormous hard backstage to reach the goal. In numbers; thousands of hours extra over five to seven years. If a teacher isn't addicted to his/her job, he/she won't make it. Congrats, Joe! Brobdingnagian Job!! Best, Jane.
MGang TV (3 months ago)
Have you heard Nocturnals new song letter to jermaine ?
Mary Shaw (3 months ago)
You are exceptional, Mr. Ruhl! Wow! This is the most powerful Ted Talk I've seen in a long time. Thank you for encouraging me to support teachers in this very same way through Professional Development and Learning. This will indeed become a part of me! God bless and keep you always. <3
hasan abo ahmad (3 months ago)
please give this talks to teachers all over the world!!
Abdulkarim Affouni (3 months ago)
Why do I feel emotional 😭
chetan patel (3 months ago)
thank U sir.. I wud surely apply dis
Kimberly Kern (4 months ago)
Excellent video!
Those students are very lucky to have a teacher like him.
Aum Thakore (4 months ago)
....songs of LataMangeshkar
Miroslav Trifko (4 months ago)
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Rubemar Angelo (4 months ago)
How incredible is it!!! An awesome lecture full of love, passion and gratitude!!! Greetings from Brazil.
Amir Saiful (4 months ago)
1. Let the kids have choices 2. Teacher must have research based teachnique 3. Let student to be engaged with Choice, Critical Thinking, Colloboration, Creativity, Communication
Nøeva (4 months ago)
We weren't allowed to apply these methods in the 90's. Management dictated.
Tsering C (4 months ago)
Love it. Inspirational guidance to all the teachers.
William Tauriello (5 months ago)
After a 30 year insurance claims career, I’m going for my teaching credentials, needing a positive before-the-fact way to help rather than a picking-up-the-pieces after-the-fact world. Should have done this years ago, but wanted some life experience under my belt first. OK, it turned out to be a big, longer-than-expected belt, but I’m now ready. His lecture reminded me of the teachers I had, the mostly average, the few bad, and the few, exceptional, memorable teachers whose teachings, personality and humanity that are role models for me as I pursue this new career. I can’t wait!
Ara Christine Viquiera (5 months ago)
They're so blessed to have a teacher like you. Awesome work, Mr. Joe! Thank you for the inspiration.
lorato pitso (5 months ago)
Yes
wowwww... so inspiring... I am not a teacher but I love teaching that's why I started to upload tutorial videos that might help.... His message is truly inspiring
Roopali Suri (5 months ago)
Every TED video widens the horizon... it's hard to tell which one taught the best!!!
Jyoti Debnath (5 months ago)
Thank you. Its truly inspiring!
FREAKIE Bastard (5 months ago)
Very very moving - thankyou
Rebeca Vivas (5 months ago)
is anyone else crying after this video? thank you, Mr. Ruhl. what a human being
Alwin Sambul (5 months ago)
Very motivational and inspiring. Should be watched by every teachers.
Amber Miller (5 months ago)
I love this a million times! Mr. Ruhl made me cry. Our elementary education professors always remind us the kids will not care how much we know, until they know how much we care. I am certain that your students are some very fortunate students. I believe a person must be "called" to teach. You have the gift and the calling for sure!
Riya Agnihotri (6 months ago)
What an amazing, inspirational man! I have taken so much away in 18 minutes to add more depth to my experience that spans 18 years... where were you? Time to take a different sort of action - I’m inspired!!!
Orin Chowdhury (6 months ago)
Please add subtilte. Will be helpful for non-natives.
Digitizeddragon (6 months ago)
This is my teaching mantra. This guy and I would get along GREAT!
Leslie Rosado (6 months ago)
Montessori...
Bijou Smith (6 months ago)
Research on techniques is good, but not always. There is already too much research on alternative pedagogies for any teacher to try out in a lifetime -- it takes a whole semester (or two) to know if a method has improved learning. A better thing is that teachers should be trained by the MORE AWESOME teachers who can teach teachers how to find their happy zones as well (or more importantly) the happy zones for their students. A great teacher will also be flexible and not rigidly devoted to a research finding about good technique. If students do not "take" to your awesome research findings, you need to find another way.
MrsWilliamTheBloody (6 months ago)
When he nearly cries talking about Mrs Hershey. Omg <3
E-Learning Sources (6 months ago)
Great methods!
Kevin Robinson (6 months ago)
Highly insightful and tremendously inspiring!
sony3114 (7 months ago)
My takeaway: caring!
Mari (7 months ago)
fantastic
Karishma Ruparelia (7 months ago)
Great video😊😊😊
Anthony Collins (8 months ago)
Guide on the side instead of gauge on the sage
sailmonkey flying (8 months ago)
He's Amazing! That's what people(not only students) care about.
Mark Jitro Armada (8 months ago)
Watched this twice, but still amazes me like the first time. :)))
ROMAN Staszak (8 months ago)
+ Mr Joe Ruhl: Fantastic presentation! I absolutely love it:-) You are amazing teacher:-))) I wishe you every success :-)) Greetings from Poland
Lata Samuelu (8 months ago)
This makes a lot of sense. The challenge in my classroom is getting the different formats of information for the students. The pre-planning is excellent. I would like to see if i can implement something similar in my classroom in the near future.....like....next month.
higgyrow (8 months ago)
Thank you. This was so well presented, explicit, clear, and covered all the ecological components required for a successful learning space. I have saved this for ongoing reflection. Thank you
t pilomia (8 months ago)
Mr Joe Ruhl--my kind of teacher! What an inspiration to us all! I have always felt the same way about teaching: that 6th C makes all the difference in the world!
Jon Dittman (8 months ago)
Thank you
Ofer Bar (8 months ago)
Absolutely viral! My wife and I have been teaching at some points in our lives and we wish we had an expert like you by our side. We, generally, didn't. But it's never too late, they say! Thank you, this speech is memorable for us.
Supriya Yadav (9 months ago)
Learning environment along with teachers’ pedagogical skills is important for quality education. Similarly, the students have also become both, geographically and socially diversified. There is a great need of new teaching methods and pedagogies to meet global challenges. Hence, we can say that there is also a need of change in the learner and teachers’ means of interaction. All the schools are striving to integrate curriculum with technology so that the students are provided quality education and learning takes place their way and they are focusing to provide quality education to the students by all the means so that they are ahead in the education industry. The teachers should align their professional experiences with their teaching practices and pedagogies in order to benefit their students. These days one of the major roles of the teachers is to ensure that the content delivered has achieved the learning objective, which can be considered a key challenge. Despite the years of teaching experience, there is always a room for improvement and innovation for the teachers to adapt as per their requirement. Demands and needs change time to time so the teachers should also undergo professional and personal development to benefit both, the students and themselves as well, both are the learners. There is no age limit for learning; it depends on priorities and awareness only.
Anamika Mishra (9 months ago)
Quality teaching is tend to necessarily be student-centred. It aims to help most and for all students learning. Therefore, focus should not only be pedagogical skills, but also learning environment that must address the students’ personal needs. Students should also be aware as to why they are working so that they are able to relate to other students and receive help if required. As a result, great emphasis has been laid on “quality teaching” by many educators. In the same way, there is a need of elaborating the term “quality teaching”. Globalization has influenced each and everyone’s life. Quality, successful and effective learning actually depends on several factors e.g. availability and selection of instructional resources, staffing quality, nature and its level, professional development implication as a system, and also the support of parents and administration. Recently, research also highlights one of the key features of “quality teaching” i.e. student-centred classrooms, which aims to benefit all students learning.
T Waterfallinlove (9 months ago)
Great ideas, thanks!
Fida Massih (9 months ago)
I just watched it after knowing about it as an online student and found it amazingly worthy and important for forwarding online learning. Important part of online learning is discussion and forums tossing view reactions. These are the integral part of distance education which now is spreading around as a forest fire. This video is another instance of horse shoe spark expanding the digital science further high in the skies. Thank you prof. ABC
It was really an awesome video..! Great thanks
Claire Muir (9 months ago)
How ridiculously amazing is this man? Inspirational doesn't cover it.
Mark Anthony Muya (9 months ago)
Thank you so much for this!!!! Very inspiring!
Korinoryu (9 months ago)
I clicked on this because of the thumbnail
Denny Macho (9 months ago)
That jeans/genes stuff made my day :)
MaryAnn Obed (9 months ago)
thank you very much for your wise challenge... God bless you.
Kino (9 months ago)
As a current student the caring part is very important. I grew up in a rough environment that led to me feeling uncared about and so when my teacher showed genuine care for me and what I did it made me feel so much better and so important

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