90-year-old Priscilla Sitienei is the oldest primary student in the world

  Check out the following post from Mighty Girl.  To have such a strong, unquenchable thirst for learning is powerful & inspiring.  Check out Priscilla Sitienei, who goes to primary school with her great-great-grandchildren. At Leaders Vision Preparatory School in Ndalat, Kenya, one student stands out from the rest — 90-year-old Priscilla Sitienei! The nonagenarian, who […]

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How preschoolers learn? Sounds like good adult ed to me

How preschoolers learn?  Sounds like good adult ed to me. Thanks to good friend Jean DuPlessis for passing this on.  

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Training & development learning well May blog post round up

If you didn’t catch all the posts last month simply peruse & click what’s below. Here’s the Rock.Paper.Scissors’ monthly training & development round up for the month of May. Learn well in the training & development learning well. Dive deep into the learning well or take a small sip. Shower yourself in training & development […]

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Insatiable – the good, the bad, the ugly (a la Seth Godin)

Creative Commons licensed on Flickr by: kevin dooley Seth Godin wrote an interesting post called insatiable (see below). As his posts often do, it got me thinking. I think he got it wrong. Yes, insatiability can lead to all things nasty if it means a never ending dissatisfaction &/or an unquenchable greed. But what if […]

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Training & development learning well September blog post round up

If you didn’t catch all the posts this month simply peruse & click what’s below. Here’s the Rock.Paper.Scissors’ monthly training & development round up for the month of September. Learn well in the training & development learning well. Dive deep into the learning well or take a small sip. Shower yourself in training & development […]

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A forgotten bookmark & the 7 chapters of life

A forgotten bookmark in a dusty, old book, takes a chance, & well, magic happens. Like rediscovering an old friend, colleague or first love. Like rediscovering a love for learning, an appetite for adventure, a yearning for travel. Like thriving in the fast paced, complex, changing environment that surrounds us. Check out the captivating video […]

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Training & development learning well July blog post round up

If you didn’t catch all the posts this month simply peruse & click what’s below. Here’s the Rock.Paper.Scissors’ monthly training & development round up for the month of July. Learn well in the training & development learning well. Dive deep into the learning well or take a small sip. Shower yourself in training & development […]

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Push for drama – the role of drama in learning & memory

Watching the unwitting people’s responses to the drama is almost as funny as the drama itself in the video below. Do we need more drama? Certainly drama captures our attention – like pigeons, with their notoriously bad eyesight, who subsequently bob their heads back & forth to create movement that literally captures their attention – […]

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We humans were built to learn. What have you learned lately?

You don’t have to speak the language of the parent in this video to know that his kid wants to read.  Badly. She’s mimicking what she’s seen around her. Because.  Learning is innate. We humans were built to learn.  Historically our survival depended on it.  Today, our work depends on it, as does our health […]

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‘A Maasai without their culture is like a zebra without its strips’ says my Maasai friend

‘A Maasai without their culture is like a zebra without its stripes,’ said Leteipa, our Maasai guide in the Mara for the last couple of days. The Mara (as the Maasai Mara) is known to locals here in Kenya is some 16,000 square kilometers.  Loads of space for learning, musing & having a blast.  I […]

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