How Children Learn: The Biology of Learning – A talk by KB Jinan

Creative education expert KB Jinan will be giving a talk on new, creative ways to impart learning to children, on 27th December, 2014.


Creative education expert KB Jinan will be giving a talk on new, creative ways to impart learning to children, at Tony Coelho’s Hall, Ashirvad Centre, St. Mark’s Road, next to the Egg Factory.

Date: 27th December, 2014
Time: 10 AM to 1 PM
Entry (Contribution): Rs. 250/-

Invite

A note from KB Jinan:

My work is based on two broad areas of research. One is to understand the damages of modern schooling and the other is to understand the biological basis of cognition/ learning.

There are two somewhat distinct phases to this research. The first phase took for granted the teaching paradigm with the teacher, knowledge and schools as the givens. It dawned on me that modern schooling was set up based on the question ‘how to teach children’. The second phase began on seeing that in indigenous communities there is no teaching but only learning. So the second phase addressed the question ‘how children learn’. This made the crucial difference to the search as the first question involves psychological conditioning and the second question centers around biology and natural propensity.

Born in 1959 in Trichur district of Kerala, I did Engineering in 1983 and post graduate in product design in 1989 from NID (National Institute of Design),  Ahmedabad.

My work and links:

http://sadhanavillageschool.org/

https://www.youtube.com/user/sadhanavillagepune

https://www.youtube.com/user/jinansvideos

www.re-cognition.org

www.kumbham.org

reimaginingschools.wordpress.com

http://designeducationasia.blogspot.com/

http://awakeningaestheticawareness.wordpress.com/

http://awakeningaestheticawareness.blogspot.in/

Ph: 09447121544


  ABOUT THE AUTHOR
   FOLLOW US

   SUBSCRIBE TO OUR NEWSLETTER
  Top Stories on TA






  Top Stories in SOCIETY






   Get stories like this in your inbox

  ABOUT THE AUTHOR

Discuss this article on Facebook