Events

Supporting Children’s Education; Becoming Responsive Learners

29 March 2018
Longlife Insitute Library

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Ruth presented a talk at the Longlife Institute Library on the topic of ‘Support for Children’s Education’. Ruth elaborated on the importance of parents understanding of certain learning concepts that actually help children to become responsive learners. Among the scholars introduced are Jerome Bruner, Le Vygotsky, Edward Thorndike and John Flavell. Ruth made it very clear that children’s experiences (Bruner’s) are the basics to be fundamentally interactive (Vygotsy’s). The more children can interact, the more knowledge they will construct. As a result, they also learn to regulate (John Flavell’s) this construction to more aspects of learning. By continuing to make more connections (Edward Thorndike’s) for their children, parents are actually supporting their children in learning to the long term. As children learn with meaning, they will cherish the knowledge in their hearts, and turn their ‘heart knowledge’ into something tangible one day.


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