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We have ways been fans of Sir Ken Robinson and we like article that articulates the value of creativity to the next level. What’s in our minds is how, in our home and learning environment nurture creativity in view of … Continue reading
What we really need is reckless curiousity! Tulley invokes musician Andrew Bird by saying “What the world needs now is reckless curiosity.” Brightworks thrives on that idea, reveling in the lessons learned from failure as much as mastering challenges. Students … Continue reading
Interesting discussions on the meaning, purpose and most importantly – value of college. (CNN) — Is college an invaluable waste of time? You bet. But it’s about to get even more valuable.
Every child throughout the modern ages have been asked the one most important question of their lives: “What would you like to be when you grow up?”
We seek alternatives in healthcare, foods, reusable energy, and lifestyles, so doesn’t it also make sense to explore various forms of alternative education? It is high time we make the bold move from mass education to personalized education, where learning … Continue reading
We should never lose sight of the fact that children CAN figure things out for themselves if we can trust ourselves to TRUST them! Our ability to trust ourselves has been erroneously taken away by an entity called the “institution”, … Continue reading
The first lesson I teach is confusion. Everything I teach is out of context. I teach the un-relating of everything. I teach dis-connections. I teach too much: the orbiting of planets, the law of large numbers, slavery, adjectives, architectural drawing, … Continue reading
Hey Homeschoolers, check this out – how well do you know Kuala Lumpur? (non-homeschoolers or anyone else can try too) We are trying to create CLiC platform online, here’s the first test quiz – give it a try and tell … Continue reading
A homeschooler in KL wanted to find out: Do colleges accept homeschoolers. What would happen when they’re done with K-12?