The Learning Renaissance

Hobbies for Self-Actualisation

Image credit: V | Flickr

Image credit: V | Flickr


Given our growing understanding of how our brains function, and in particular the importance of continuously developing and strengthening synaptic connections, it is not surprising that from early years development through to slowing either the onset or progress of conditions such as dementia, should focus on learning habits.

As far as I am concerned as an educator, the primary ways in which I seek to help others develop positive learning habits are encapsulated in my mantra of ABC: Attitudes, Behaviours and Competences.

This article, from Entrepreneur.com explores the hobbies that can help develop fruitful and effective learning pathways: 7 Hobbies Science Says Will Make You Smarter

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About educationalist04

Dazed and confused much of the time but convinced we can, as a species, do much better than this if we set our minds to being much more positive and productive towards our fellow humans.

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