Kids can Teach Themselves

By Applied Change


Education is increasingly becoming a hot topic for all of us. For our kids, we’re trying to equip them with the skills they will need to exist in a world that it’s impossible for any of us to imagine. Consider how our world has changed in just the past 20 years. And yet our general approach to education has remained relatively unchanged for many generations.

This research explores how kids really learn and challenges some of our perceptions on education. It may give us some clues to how our education systems could adapt towards self learning and increased choice rather than the relatively fixed models we have today.


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