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

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.

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jon inio
jon inio

My professional life became so much more rewarding and easier when I stopped being a lecturer and became a facilitator of learning. Inspiring talk Mr Ruhl, thank you.

Forgetmenot Eyesonyou
Forgetmenot Eyesonyou

Today is my first day at school and also my first time. I hope I will become the teacher that every students like and loved.

Veronica Burgos
Veronica Burgos

How insightful was this TEDtalk! As an aspiring English teacher, this video, although it has been published for a long time, it's still valuable and completely motivational for me. Thank you , TED, for including such wonderful people with wonderful things to share! I truly love this channel.

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Jeanneth Sangurima-Quiles
Jeanneth Sangurima-Quiles

As an educator since 2003, this Tedx has ignited my motivation to continue doing more out-of-the- standards teaching. And now as a doctoral student wanting, researching and learning to become a transformative and progressive educator, Mr Ruhl has encouraged me. This Tedx is shared with the cohort of colleagues and let's see if they share my passion to become transformative.

aeropulse
aeropulse

put the two jeans together by their waist, and you get an X chromosome!

Saurav j
Saurav j

I love lecturing..But my students don't...

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Sonya Eriksson
Sonya Eriksson

This is very inspiring to watch. If only every classroom was set up like his:)

Fidele Mwizerwa
Fidele Mwizerwa

So inspiring. Thank you

Candice Braun
Candice Braun

There are favorite female science teachers. This works when the children are younger - centers. When they are older and in HS they only have so much time per elective and per lab. If you are dissecting animals, doing chemical tests everyone has to be on the same page. It has to be structured and teacher centered although the C's can be part of the care. Otherwise there would be chaos. I dont know if hes ever worked in an inner city high school with many at risk special ed students. Probably not!

It's Yuyu
It's Yuyu

Much obliged for sharing that superb knowledge, sir. In my humble opinion from being an educator, knowing what students ‘need’ is one of the fundamental keys to get involved with them. ‘Knowing’ them will gain more love from students and it’ll be da best way to engage with them, rather than being a mandatory teacher that will create an unpleaseant circumstaince in the classroom. It is a natch that we shoulda shift the teacher-centered into the class-centered, and also shift the paradigm from the old-fashion methods of learning into the newest ones, exactly by integrating them by tech and the new requirements that worlds’ expect from the generations. We all know that this is a digital era but the more important is not only by mastering the technology but also creating inovations or creative learning methods in order to catch students attentions or in another word to smash the boredom away of the learning process. The way you teach is fabulous. Thank you for sharing us ^^,

TheLucifer69
TheLucifer69

i got a feeling he failed to motivate the audience

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Social Work Today

In one word Expert

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Chuck Norris

Chuck Norris sank the Titanic because it was his nickname.

أمير برشلونة
أمير برشلونة

This is just talking. It is not the truth

DrJyot Mohan
DrJyot Mohan

very nice creative classroom learning

NegoMyVanlis
NegoMyVanlis

I kinda wanna show this to my teachers...

Edson Mathias
Edson Mathias

It is the way teaching must be.

whitebutterfly
whitebutterfly

Thank you for this! Can anyone offer any 'unit range of activities' for languages please, just to get a jump start on this way of classroom teaching.

Nelson Coelho
Nelson Coelho

Nice talk.

Horatio Svengali
Horatio Svengali

I know a believer when I hear one...Thank you Joe!

mommyEvolve
mommyEvolve

I’m visualizing this with social studies and ela

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