The function of education is to create behavioral changes in a student.
If an educative effort does not cause behavioral changes to occur in a student, then it does not have educational value.
The result of ongoing education must be of concrete and continual value.
The result of ongoing education must be concrete and continual changes.
More importantly, the changes must be moving in a positive direction.
They should be constructive, clear, permanent, healthy changes that help the student progress toward his/her ultimate goal.
They should be beneficial to both the student and to the society to which he belongs.

In this respect , the martial arts have a high educational value.
Taekwondo training has great potential to change a person physically, psychologically and emotionally, in a very positive way.
Since Taekwondo training methods are based on natural law,
the body can easily adapt to the fundamental techniques and help students reach their top condition. .

Once these physical changes begin taking place,
they soon lead to the mental and emotional improvements that many people seek through the Taekwondo.
Increased strength, loss of body fat, improved coordination, and perfection of a new skill can all lead to an improved self-image.
As the student sees his physical abilities improving, he begins to feel more confident and certain that male/female can be successful.
This leads him to believe in himself, not only in terms of Taekwondo, but in other areas as well. .

This process is especially valuable for children and teenagers. Because young people are beginners at life,
they often get lost or confused along the way. This confusion can cause them to feel that they have failed.
If they have experienced and dealt with challenges, such as those presented in learning Taekwondo,
they know that no problem is so great that it cannot be solved. They will take charge of a crisis and dedicate themselves to solving it. .

Problem solving is only one of the many valuable lessons children can learn through Taekwondo training.
Every instructor has seen many of his students who have improve grades, give up bad habits, find better friends, or in some way change themselves dramatically because of Taekwondo.
These changes are all directly linked to the child's improved self-image, and the confidence and maturity that come with it. .

When you feel good about yourself, you can have self-respect. Self-respect is the best energizer for self-improvement.
When you honestly recognize who you are, and you set your goals, you are on the road to self-growth, success, and happiness.

While this process sounds very logical and progressive, it is actually a difficult road to take.
Progress requires hard work, determination and patience. Through the martial arts, children and adults can learn how to handle challenges and how to go forward when they would rather give up.
This process is the greatest value of Taekwondo, an Education that will last a lifetime.

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