“A love of learning has a lot to do with learning that we’re loved.” — Mr. Rogers
Join us as we give you ideas on how to instill a love of learning in your family. We will provide practical tips, suggestions, and good old-fashioned wisdom about raising the whole child.
People think that when they take math in school, there’s the common response like, ‘I will never need to use this for the rest of my life,’ as they learn trig identities or the Pythagorean Theorem, or whatever it is that we all remember learning, feeling pretty sure that it’s never going to show up again. But that misses something important. It misses the fact that the act of learning how to do the math establishes a new kind of brain wiring in your mind, a kind of problem-solving brain wiring. So it’s not about what you learn, it’s about what methods, tools, and tactics you had to develop in order to solve the problem that you may never see again for the rest of your life, but you will see other problems where these methods and tools will become immensely valuable to you.
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