Let your child be the superhero he admires.
Youngsters are brought into the world with a characteristic inclination to learn.
From that point on, they set out on the adventure of revelation dallying with their environment, forming circumstances to their benefit and making the most inventive inquiries.
Science is a programme already embedded in our mind.
These youthful personalities are inventive and their paper watercraft, sand palaces, conceptual illustrations and sketchy recreations are outlets of the imaginative limits in them.
It is through this experiential cooperation with the world that they start to innovate. Science, thus, originates from this; it is intrinsic, alive and continually developing.
“Science is not only a discipline of reason but also one of romance and passion.”
As children grow up, they forget the superpowers that they possess – if one can dream it, one can make it.
Maybe that’s why India is stagnant. I know I have given you a lot of Hows to ponder upon but if not now, then when?
India was incidentally one of the very first countries to catch up with the post-Industrial-revolution era.
The same nation today, is in the fight to become a scientific superpower.
Is the competition real?
The Indian Intelligentsia believes that the citizens of this nation are caught in a vicious cycle of mediocrity, and this is a cliché.
Additionally, increasingly slender career pyramids are forcing students to engage in a rat race to be the cherry atop a terrible cake.
Hence, it is tough to opt to be a Scientist when we are past adolescence as our minds have now been conditioned to believe that Science is about endless digits and out-of-the-box research work 24/7.
You ask WHY?
Education is aligning to a ‘one size fits all’ approach that is depriving students of exploring the concepts at a real-time avenue, Hence, resulting in a tumbledown passion for science.
Thus, making your child forget how to use his/her superpowers.
- The solutions are infinite at ThinkTac. You can get your little munchkin started with his/her very own experiential tools to start building up the superhero suit.
After all, Spider-Man, Superman, Superwoman and Batman have one.
- You can also enrol them in an always-fun course because we are not limited to using blackboards. We encourage discussions and welcome innovations.
The study of science and maths are originally like games with rules but no objectives and that is essentially how they must be revised.
If you think your superhero already has it in him/her to save the world with his/her innovative ideas and win rewards, then you can sign up for the last biggest event of 2018.
Let the New Year be a new milestone for your child!