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Imagine if?….

  • ORGANIZATIONS helped their employees identify their strengths by exploring their talents right from when they are employed and grow their skills instead of acting like they are a robot having to follow orders.
  • SCHOOLS helped kids identify their strengths by exploring their talents from a young age and grew their skills instead of letting them all follow the same routine.
  • PARENTS helped their children explore new self-learning tools as they grow older.

What is Self-Learning?

Self-learning cannot be forced; learners choose it, either consciously or unconsciously.  Self-learning generates meaning for individuals by providing a way of thinking and creating that is self-directed and personalized, and at the same time encouraging connections with others. As a result, learners identify their strengths and talents and learn to find others willing to work with them towards achieving meaningful goals. Self-learning cannot be forced; learners choose it, either consciously or unconsciously. …Read More

Who is a Self-Learner?

Well-known author and educator, Sir Kenneth Robinson, suggests:

How we think about the world around us can be deeply affected by the feelings within us, and how we feel may be critically shaped by our knowledge, perceptions and personal experiences. Our lives are formed by the constant interactions between these two worlds, each affecting how we see and act in the other.

Self-learners often become the non-conformists, the dropouts or the rebels in society—learners, thinkers, innovators or creatives who are out for their own pleasure, intrinsically motivated and teaching themselves what they want to know.    …Read More

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