Education is important, and, when effective, it’s transformative.
Reflections from people learning to risk and risking to learn.
I don’t think that moving coursework to the Internet is going to solve the problem; instead, these students need to move to the world.
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Multisensory experiences or experiential education equals higher order or deeper learning. Period.
Learners must be thoroughly immersed in the environment conducive to learning and problem solving. After all, being insecure ignites the spirit of wanting to succeed.
…some of the greatest minds and innovators of our generation never followed a traditional educational path at all, which leads me to question…
I broke free of the idea that learning could only place in school, and discovered instead how to make the world my classroom.
Have you ever tasted, felt, or experienced something so good that you had to find a way to share it?
For those who have a difficult time in taking risks, ask yourself “why not?”
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When I think about what, for the most part, has shaped my thoughts about my future, what’s given me meaning and fulfillment, it isn’t classes. It’s experience.
Is work and chore the same thing?
What comes to your mind when you think of a classroom?
Everyone deserves to be the best they can be and there is no doubt we can do this together.
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