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Limitless Learning Made Easy!

Tell me and I forget.

Teach me and I remember.

Involve me and I learn.

For when teaching is brewed with enhanced learning,

It no longer remains a trepidated concern,

Rather, a warm embracement of the limitless knowledge you yearn.





Creative illustrations and demonstrations are two widely spoken of agendas, that diversify creative learning as a whole. Creative learning emphasizes the need for building knowledge, concept and developing skills using creative techniques. Rather than dictating how information should be absorbed, creative learning includes unconventional methods of instructional storytelling, poetry writing, designing solutions, and application of creative mindsets that lasts a lifetime.


Nowadays, a clear misconception that arises among many is that creative learning and creativity are one and the same. However, there is a sharp edge that separates the two. Creativity is how a designer, teacher or educator addresses the needs of his audience. It lies within their ability to envision and cater solutions to various problems and ensure each learner is receptive to the same. For instance, microlearning is adaptive to learners who have a slow learning curve according to their preference, whereas, adaptive learning is beneficial for those who are fast on their feet.


On the other hand, creative learning is a delivery method. It considers individual learning styles and innovative ways to increase engagement and retention of content.


Similar is the vital impact of colors in learning and education. Colors help in memorizing information by increasing and prolonging attention span levels. Colors constitute an important portion of psychological learning. Studies show that the usage of colors increases cognitive recognition by up to 80%. Red, yellow and orange create a high - energy stimulated course, contrary to which, green, blue and violet encircle a relaxed environment.


Various learning styles propel learners and children to discover their own unique adaptive preferred methods. Namely, there are 12 learning styles which include : visual, auditory, tactile, kinesthetic, sequential, simultaneous, reflective/logical, verbal, interactive, direct experience, indirect experience, and rhythmic/melodic learning styles.


Inference is, fun is just another word for learning.


We are born learners.


We move what we're learning from our heads to our hearts through the content we seek.


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