Are British monarchal institutions what come to mind when you think of education or training? Probably not, but it was during their reign that Western education as we know it was formalized.
For all intents and purposes, today we are learning the same way folks did 200 years ago.
And you may be thinking, if it’s not broken, don’t fix it.
But is it not broken?
Think back to your time in a classroom, right before a big test. Did you ever write and rewrite the same list of words or ideas until you could recite them back in proper order? Maybe this is how you memorized the Periodic table, Latin declensions, a Robert Frost poem, or the elements of design.
We want to know. What can you recite right now?
It’s time to stop learning like it’s 1899. Read our white paper to learn all the reasons why.