Since learning can happen beyond the school setting, there are many people outside of a school that are actually teaching.
So, besides teachers and school staff, who teaches?
Within the family and community experience, children learn from:
. . . and this list is not exhaustive. This is a sampling of a child’s most likely, and most immediate circle.
Children are sponges–they are learning from cashiers and sales associates while we are shopping; they are learning from waiters and waitresses while we are dining at restaurants; they are learning from our friends while we are visiting our friends.
It takes a village, there’s a village at every school, and a village surrounding us. Take advantage and appreciate every person that is contributing to our own, and our kids’ education.