learning

A Quote by Joseph Chilton Pearce on learning, play, children, and intelligence

You can't have real learning with a child unless they are playing. Real playing is how real learning takes place. You can have conditioning and a Pavlovian conditioning of his dogs, or behaviors modifications through other means which we look on as very serious, and we generally call learning, but it's not learning. It's conditioning.

Real learning takes place by what Maria Montesorri would call the absorbent mind of the child. Simply absorbing their universe, absorbing it, becoming it, and they do this through play. Play can be the most serious undertaking of a child's life. It is the most serious undertaking. They are completely entrained in play. Mind, the three parts of the mind; thought, feeling, action, the body, every aspect of the child's self entrained solely focuses totally on the activity of absorbing their world. Absorbing their environment. It is the most serious active to their life because they're literally building their construction of knowledge of the world, of themselves, of the relationship between the two and laying down all the foundations for the later forms of intelligence.

Joseph Chilton Pearce

Source: http://www.ttfuture.org/services/play/index.htm

Contributed by: Ola

A Quote by Thomas C. Riley on patience, learning, and life

Patience is the First Lesson.

Thomas Riley

Contributed by: Heather Coffee

A Quote by unknown on life, living, learning, and enlightenment

i found myself where i knew i was the whole time. but i didn't know i knew where i was.

unknown

Contributed by: tori

A Quote by Jonathan M. Nuckols on life and learning

"I have decided that learning about anything is awesome, but as soon as you put a grade on it... not so much"

Jonathan Nuckols

Contributed by: Metta

A Quote by Neale Donald Walsch on teaching, whole life, thoughts, learning, and love

    Every human being is as special as every other human being who has ever lived, lives now, or every will live. You are all meesengers. Every one of you. You are carrying a message to life about life every day. Every hour. Every moment.
    Everything you think, say, and do is a message. Your whole life is your teaching. If you thought that others, tomorrow, would walk in the path that you have taken today, would you take the same path?
    You may think that people do not look to you, but they do. More people than you know. Everyone, in fact whose life you touch is touched by your example. You are giving them data about life. You are telling them how it is, how things operate, how things are, and they will emulate you, they will copy you, they will take your data into their world and make it part of their own lives.
    Your family will do this. All people, family or not, who see you and know of you and are touched by you, will do this.
    Your neighbors will do this. Your nation will do this. You are the nation. The nation is made up of you. You are your religion. Your religion is made up of you.
    Everything starts with you.
    You are the first domino. All the rest of the dominoes fall when you do. What you "fall for" is what they'll fall for! Therefore, don't fall for anything...but, rather, fall in.
    Fall in step with your highest self, for your highest self steps on the Path. Fall in line with your grandest thoughts, for your grandest thoughts lead you to that Path. Fall in love, for love is that Path. Then, watch things fall into place, all because of you.

   

Neale Donald Walsch

Source: The New Revelations: A Conversation with God, Pages: 91..92

Contributed by: Nara-Narayana

A Quote by unknown on travel, learning, life, and growth

There is only so much you can learn in one place... the more time that you wait, the more time that you waste...

unknown

Contributed by: Katalin

A Quote by Victoria Holt on learning, experiences, and life

"Never regret. If it's good, it's wonderful. If it's bad, it's an experience."

Victoria Holt

Source: NCV bible for young women

Contributed by: rachel

A Quote by Scott Adams (Dilbert) on teaching, learning, and influence

You don't have to be a "person of influence" to be influential. In fact, the most influential people in my life are probably not even aware of the things they've taught me.

Scott Adams (Dilbert)

Contributed by: nickstreet36

A Quote by François Rabelais on life, learning, growing, and spirit

The appetite grows by eating.

Francois Rabelais (c. 1494 - c. 1553)

Contributed by: In Progress

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