“Study the science of art. Study the art of science. Develop your senses — especially learn how to see. Realize that everything connects to everything else.” Leonardo Da Vinci
During the past 3 years I have spent an average of 20 hours a week with my kids helping them learn all sorts of things. I became fascinated by the way they learn and frustrated struggling to find learning methods specific for young kids (2-10 years).
So, I have decided to embark on a quest to explore how kids learn and find a practical framework to help them learn anything effectively and playfully.
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What is this about?
Interviewing influential people in the children’s learning space: researchers, writers, teachers, coaches, tutors, nannies, entrepreneurs, artists and parents. Asking their opinion on specific learning behaviours and methods, creating an engaging and entertaining brainstorming like conversation.
Sharing articles based on my personal experience with children. The objective is to raise visibility and start debates on topics that haven’t been largely investigated, yet.
Testing, experimenting and reviewing some well known and less well known learning practices, methodologies and apps to measure how difficult and effective they really are.
Extrapolating practical tips from the work of some of the most well known figures in the learning space like John Dewey, Jean Piaget, Lev Vygotsky, James Gibson, Maria Montessori but also from influential people in adjacent subjects like creativity, curiosity, intuition, and performance: Hans Eysenck, Ken Robinson, Richard Feynman, Mario Livio, Gary Klein, Michael Michalko…
Plus all the topics you would like to discuss, debate or just find an answer to. If you have one in mind already, please, just tell me by leaving a comment or send me an email hitting the reply button.