Neuroscientists have for many years investigated the most effective way for us to absorb information. Unsurprisingly, they discovered that feelings and sensations are critical to our patterns of thinking. Feelings draw our attention and give meaning to our memories.
Scientists have also discovered that complex thinking processes are encouraged by challenges and discouraged by negative emotions such as fear and pressure.
It is important to remember that children who have just begun their elementary schooling cannot predict what kind of careers and opportunities will exist in 15 years’ time. We believe that a generic approach is the best way to prepare the future generation for the unknown by developing their critical, skeptical, and creative thoughts.