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Mar 26, 2010

What If Your Child Was Born A Genius?

What if you could show your child how to discover, unlock and develop their natural talents and creativity? Every parent has the right to know how they can be in the best position to help their children develop their unique gifts and talents. You can equip your young children with the knowledge and skills to become masters of their own learning. Not many people know that babies or young children can learn math at reading as young as a month-old.
With the right technique, young children can learn to develop :
1. Individual gifts and talents
2. An effective and flexible learning strategy suitable for them
3. Independent thinking skills
4. Their own creativity
Learning to read early and learning math early in babies or young children is probably one of the most important skills that are essential for children development. It is equally important that parents spend some time teaching reading and math to their children early in life as part of child education.
Have you considered how an Einstein, da Vinci or Beethoven thought so creatively, learned their area of expertise and developed their talents to such a level? When I started my research, the first thing I noticed about the lives of past geniuses was that having the opportunities to learn new things early on in life and express their individual ideas had been an important factor in their development from childhood.
Today, children of school age are exposed to tests for basic skills and for just about everything else. Statistical inferences are used often to gauge the children’s abilities. Just think what past geniuses might make of all this if they were alive today. What if the manner in which we learn had become so basic-skills focused, so test oriented that if, say, Beethoven was in junior school he may not only be bored, but very frustrated with tests after tests, because it was as if his individual gifts, thinking and creativity were hampered at every corner? Likewise, a child need not be a Beethoven or an Einstein to feel the same way.
With the coming of the global knowledge economy, it has become relevant to underline the importance of individual ideas, creativity, independent thinking and intellectual property. But none of these 21st century ‘facts of life’ are congruent with traditional mass education systems the roots of which lie in the 19th century.
This has led to a re-think for the educational systems around the world. You may not realize this but your child is in the middle of great changes in education. So why is there a need to change? Traditionally, mass education systems were designed to prepare your child to pass examinations. Jobs and careers were for life.
Today, economies have become volatile and jobs and careers likely to change. Children of the next generation can expect to have a range of careers as new markets and technologies come out and more opportunities are created. The speed of communications technology will mean that new knowledge is being produced rapidly all the time.
The ability therefore not just to learn, but learn rapidly, and see learning as a life-long process rather than having ended in school, will be the norm. What edge can we give our children today, to help them get a brain that can learn fast and learn new concepts to prepare them for the world tomorrow? A brain that is as creative as it is flexible in its thinking, to identify new patterns to can be transferred in different areas?
Again, lets consider what would Beethoven, Einstein or da Vinci thought about all this happening around them, if they were children, knowing how rapidly the world is changing around them, looking outside their classroom window and wondering what they would do when they left school?
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