The Critical Learning Outcome We're Ignoring in Education




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Published on May 2, 2012

Kids spend 1000+ hours in school per year and up to 360 hours on homework... but they have 4000 additional waking hours during the year. This does NOT mean we should fill those hours up with more of the same. Conversely, the learning outcome we should be concerned with is whether we are using school time to inspire our kids toward self-directed learning during their free time. We should be focused on making learning and discovery during the school day so exciting that kids aren't just spending their waking hours stretching their minds, but dreaming up new ideas.

Learning preferences MATTER. Let's start paying attention to them.

Parents and teachers can discover kids' learning preferences with respect to personality type, multiple intelligences and preferred learning styles on Kidzmet.com for under $20 for a whole classroom or family.



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