Love for studying, like wisdom, comes with age. Ironically, the majority of us miss a precious opportunity to learn something new at the most favorable time. The younger we are, the easier we acquire new skills. Children have more neurons than adults, so they create connections more effectively.
If you are familiar with Montessori’s theories and system of education or Masaru Ibuka’s “Kindergarten is Too Late”, then you know about and probably follow their teachings. However, this is not the case for the majority people out there. To make matters worse, we, as children, do not have a proper motivation to seize this opportunity. Just recall to yourself: School was all about socializing, growing up as a personality, doing incredible stuff with your BFF – but not certainly burying your nose in books and sharpening your skills all day long. So, as a rule, the window of opportunity is already closed. However, the good news is that it is left ajar. Though it won’t be flung open again, still it will be enough to squeeze in and reach your goals.12 Playful Ways to Learn How to CodeContinue reading