Latest Learning Quotes & Articles


  • Who taught grammar for my 4 year old

    Like every kid, full-time job of my 4-year-old is to play games and mimic activities he observes from the environment. Like every parent, I think that he is an intelligent child with gifted talent. The reality is that I just didn’t know how intelligent other kids are!. If you have kids at home, you would think the same. Recently, I

  • Is it Possible to Learn New Skill in 20 hours

    This article about learning a new skill in 20 hours would be one of your longest articles you have read, but trust me if you have passion towards learning. Its might be worth the time. I decided to write a post on How to Learn New Skill in 20 hours after watching inspiring TED talk by Josh Kaufman. He

  • What English Rhymes teach our kids

    Are you fascinated that your kids sing English rhymes? Do you think only video games are teaching kids bad behavior and values? After reading this post, you will be able to understand that English rhymes are not less than video games in teaching our kids. One of my relatives often feels proud and ask his kinder garden kid to sing rhymes

  • Are there any difference between Study and Thinking Skills

    Do you think what does study have to do with thinking skills? To understand why thinking skill is required for studying. We first need to understand the difference between studying and learning. Relation between Studying and Learning The dictionary defines learning as the activity or process of gaining knowledge or skill by studying, practicing, being taught, or experiencing

  • Active Learning by doing Quote

    The best way of learning about anything is by doing.
    Best Way to Learn Quote by Richard Branson
    Have you observed people who has high qualification in a particular field but are unable to apply what they have learned?. If your learning is mainly enriched by doing it instead of reading it, you will excel in your career.
  • How to learn a new skill

    Did you land in this article while finding ways to improve specific skill such as communication skill? You landed in the right place. If you know what skill means and technique to use to learn new skills, then skip reading this article and move on to how children learn. Should skill be practiced or is it just learned?

  • Procrastination - All about Procrastination

    Everything about Procrastination Procrastination is postponing your tasks to tomorrow which should have been done today. Most of the time, tasks which are postponed to tomorrow never gets done. To overcome procrastination, one should become proactive and diligent (opposite of procrastination). If you are still not clear, read the definition of procrastination here. Watch this song and

  • What is missing in the schools

    As I see the middle age looming over me, I began to wonder what my school missed out on teaching me! There are many important aspects of life which are missing in the school education. Some of the common perceptions about life and career that we derive during our formative years are: A good scorecard from

  • Your perspective is important than the situation

    While I was surfing the internet I came across the above image; it was interesting to see the different perspective of two men. This image demonstrates that our perspective is important than the situation. Much like the image, our perspective determines our approach to problems in our professional and personal lives. I remember reading a fable

  • How Parents Teach Kids to Procrastinate

    Congrats. You have clicked and visited this article by overcoming your procrastination behavior. If you could sustain this for another few minutes, you might change your parenting habits which are the main causes for your kid’s procrastinating habit. Do you think academic studies are enough for your children to have a successful career and fulfilling life? Education focuses mainly

  • Why We Procrastinate

    In this article, we are going to understand why we procrastinate on things or tasks which are important in our life. It has become way too easy to justify each postponed activity to us and others, why we have not accomplished something. Though we know, we never admit to ourselves that it comes down to pure procrastination. The biggest issue with

  • Procrastination Definition | Meaning

    Everyone has an inclination to procrastinate. What exactly is procrastination? Procrastination Meaning in English Procrastination is the habit of postponing something that needs to be done now. Procrastination is the way we cope up with the anxiety about doing the task or making a decision. Many of us have a general tendency to postpone our tasks

  • Stephen Hawking IQ

    Stephen Hawking IQ Test had recorded score of 160, despite being paralyzed because of motor neuron disease from the age of 21 which took the world by surprise. Who is Stephen Hawking Stephen Hawking (British theoretical physicist) was born in 1942 in the UK. When he was 17 years old, he read both physics and chemistry at Oxford University

  • Two things that most influence the child development

    The activities that are the easiest, cheapest, and most fun to do are also the best for child development.
    Best for Child Development Quote
    Jerome Everett Singer of the Medical and Clinical Psychology Department at Uniformed Services University conveys that simple activities such as reading, talking, playing games, singing, storytelling are the best activities essential for child development.
  • Free IQ Test

    Free IQ Test helps us to find our Intelligence Quotient ( IQ scores ) online and compare it with average IQ levels of our age. Do you know what is your IQ score? Take Free IQ Test Interested to know your IQ score. Take the Free IQ test and find out your accurate IQ score within

  • How much children learn by observing others

    The power of accurate observation is commonly called cynicism by those who have not got it.
    Power of Observation Learning Quote
    Observation is one of the important way in which we learn things in our day to day life. Especially children learn behavior, beliefs and values by observing what the parents do and then mimic them in their life as imitation.