Taking risks through play is the best way to get started when trying to learn something new.
Only by taking risk will we meet our limits and by learning new things our limits will change and we'll be able to move forward. Education is not about learning facts but the training of the mind to think. Approaching a learning experience through play will help us discover all the possibilities at our disposal and then study them to get a better understanding of how and why they relate to each other.
Shaping trust plays an important role during contemplation by representing abstract concepts that will actively serve as guidelines in creating new experiences. Our cause of pursuit is discovery and it is essential for both individuals and groups. Emotional engagement in learning will motivate students by developing their confidence and eliminating their fear of failure which will in time encourage their creativity and freedom of expression.
This week's quote is by Greek philosopher Aristotle: ''For the things we have to learn before we can do them, we learn by doing them''
What personal discovery has led you to your professional career?
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