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Slow eating, slow reading, slow looking, slow learning. Children do this naturally.

Paul Salopek, Pulitzer Prize-winning journalist, started a seven year around the world walk in 2013. 84 more words

Is rapid language learning really the way to learn a language?

Effeciency. Speed. Everyone wants to learn as much as possible as quickly as possible. At least that’s the feel I have been getting.

Timothy Ferris has fascinated me because he too is inherently interested in learning and experimenting with how to learn things better and faster. 349 more words

Language Learning

The perpetual student- ness stays put...

I am not justifying my previous post ‘Growing Up Backwards’ – this here post is just a declaration for ‘no-I-am-not going-to-look- back’ and for asking myself do I regret not following the conventional path. 283 more words

Written Word

Getting a Head Start, But Losing at the Finishing Lines?

On the education of the young, translated…

A lot of parents, even teachers believed, that if the kids don’t start getting an education earlier, then, the children will fall behind the other kids in areas of reading and math, but, DOES the concept of early birds get the worm really apply to child education? 685 more words

The Consequences Of Life

A case for Slow Learning

The words “Slow Learning” are more likely to trigger a defensive reaction from parents than a sense of pride form students yet I want to offer another view (and I am not alone): … 186 more words


Learning adventure - 6

Today is a slow learning day. A little tweet by @alisoniredale on a Slow  Education event up here in the NW reminded me of a lovely little hardback I have on my shelves.   494 more words


The Creative Orchestra

In last week’s blog I highlighted three analytical categories that might assist in understanding the ‘good enough’ music lesson described.

These can be thought of as dimensions of pedagogy. 868 more words