From ‘Wow!’ to ‘Why?’ to ‘Why not!?’
Curiosity is the engine of innovation. It sparks enquiry – a desire to understand – which in turn drives one’s independent quest for knowledge.
And this is exactly what is needed for the innovation-based economy of the future. Learning through play is an exciting methodology to get young people ready for the Fourth Industrial Revolution.
Unique Pathways of Learning
We believe that each child develops and learns according to their own pace, interest and learning style.
The game encourages exploration of topics that players find interesting.
Curiosity as a Catalyst for Innovation
Einstein said it best, “I have no special talent. I am just passionately curious”. Imagine the innovations possible if more children rediscovered their curiosity.
Learning Through Play
Introducing Augmented Reality (AR) for added layers of curiosity. The AR element includes video, web links and animation and enables the collector to dive deeper into the facts on the card.
Mind Blown is underpinned by the principles propounded by the world’s leading education specialists:
Abraham Flexner, Institute of Advanced Study
Curiosity-driven research and exploration of ideas that are not focussed on a specific outcome.
Rudolph Steiner, founder Waldorf Schools
Learners create their own ‘textbooks’ through notes they make, designed according to their own unique imagination.
Sir Ken Robinson, Education Specialist
The role of diversity, curiosity and creativity in the all-round education of the child.
Dr Sugata Mitra, School in the Cloud
Self organised learning teams with minimal teaching, positive encouragement and access to the internet.
Astrid Lindgren, Author and Educational Reformist
Children learn more from each other.