Rev. Dr. Kim Miller writes about an innovation in education, the SOLE – a Self Organised Learning Environment, where children investigate and learn through their own curiosity.
Learning Innovations – By Rev. Dr. Kim Miller.
Sugata Mitra, and education researcher from New Delhi, was granted the TED prize of one million dollars in February 2013. SOLE is based on children’s natural sense of wonder and their ability to work together, even when, or especially when, they are left to their own devices.
See also http://engageadhd.org/2013/06/18/learning-in-the-modern-age/
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