We are inspired by the way kindergarten students learn through a spiraling process in which they imagine what they want to do, create a project based on their ideas, play with their creations, share their ideas and creations with others, and reflect on their experiences – all of which leads them to imagine new ideas and new projects. This iterative learning process is ideal preparation for today’s fast-changing society in which people must continually come up with innovative solutions to unexpected situations in their lives. via A Case for Lifelong Kindergarten | MindShift.

“In the spirit of the blocks and finger paint of kindergarten, [let’s] expand the range of what people can design, create, and learn.”

Can you embrace the “spirit of Kindergarten”?images (18)

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