Teach the World

By Ja’Mes Williams

I simply love working for The Practice Space because the success of every student is important! Every student we encounter teaches us something new, which makes it so important that we help them grow and develop their voice. This week, we spoke with youth ages 11 to 14 on what they wanted to teach the world. Here’s what they said:

“I want to teach the world the importance of being healthy.”

“I want to teach the world to care for the planet.”

“I want to teach the world to ask for help.”

“I want to teach the world that opinions are for ice-cream flavors not human rights.”

“I want to teach the joy of looking for mushrooms.”

“I want to teach the world how to be nicer.”

“I want to teach the world how to be nicer.”

“I want to teach the importance of being in nature.”

“I want to teach logic and reasoning.”

“I want to teach understanding what others are going through.”

“ I want to teach the world how to game.”

“ I want to teach the Importance of music.”

“I want to teach  the world how to make friends.”

“I want to teach the world how to properly cook and eat a taco.”

“I want to teach the world to just be who they are.”

“I want to teach the world why they shouldn’t set differences aside, because we need to acknowledge who we are.”

“I want to teach the world how to grow our own food, to help the environment and reduce waste. Also, my dad taught me how to grow food and it’s what we do as a family.”

“I want to teach the world to have perspective, to look outside the box and take time to think outside your own world.”

As we strive to make this world a better place, I love seeing our students contribute to that success, one by one. As someone who works with these emerging leaders, I am not surprised by their responses. The world is ever evolving, so I feel better knowing that the youth leaders of today have dreams to make the world better for all of us.

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