Children are born, they learn to crawl, walk, talk, be curious and explore their environment, and then, one day, they are ready to start formal schooling. And, that’s when the real challenge begins – for child, teacher and parent alike – to nurture creativity, instill an appetite for learning.
The key emotion that drives a child’s learning process is passion. Positive passion fuels the hunger to know new things, while negative passion can lead to lack of self-esteem, even depression. Read on to understand the science of how passion does its work in the brain.
Without Passion Kids Struggle:
Infographic by – Thrively