What are the differences between study/learn and Potential Development?

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Study: Rely on the brain’s worst function, i.e. the memory.

Potential Development: Rely on the brain’s best function, i.e. the ability to think.

 

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Study: Memorizing is not natural, e.g. you will never find children on their own busy memorizing anything.

Potential Development: Thinking is a natural process, e.g. children are forever busy thinking and thinking out new things.

 

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Study: Children keep on forgetting more than what they can remember. E.g. they memorize 15 facts, they remember 10, they learn another 15 facts and remember 5 because the brain is exhausted and after 20 minutes cannot even remember the previous 10. They hate it.

Potential Development: Thinking tool enable children to discover 15 facts, see the relation with other 15 facts. Compare it with another 5 concepts, can define and motivate and grasp cause and effect. They have A-HA experiences, love and enjoy it.

 

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Study: Measured by the time spent sitting e.g. 2 hours. (most of the time fruitless)

Potential Development: Measured by the number of Thinking Tools used to conquer the theme.

 

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Study: Is demotivating.

Potential Development: Thinking tools enthuse children to dig deeper and work harder.

  1. When is the best time to enrol your child for Potential Development sessions? NOW
  2. As a teacher, when is the best time to enrol to empower you to enable your learners to think and thrive? NOW
  3. Parents, when is the best time to invite your friends to enrol for parent sessions on Potential development? NOW. It is a life coaching experience.

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