From Diane Durand:
How do we learn? How do we make connections? T
hese are questions I have wondered for many years. I spent the early part of my career trying to understand and enhance how adults learn as individuals and groups. Now I am raising two children ages one and five. The five-year-old has made incredible connections in her brain between colors, science, play, and reading.
Now as I work with a new little one, I am trying to remember: "What did I do with her older sister to help her learn?"
Life and learning is incredible.
I came across the model above, which I drew several years ago from some material Peter had brought back from a conference. At this particular conference he had the pleasure to meet Geoffrey and Renata Caine authors of 12 Mind/Brain Principles.
I loved the principles right away. I then created the image above to help me. (I learn best with a pen in hand.)