EDUCATIONAL SOCIAL MOVEMENT to navigate change & breakthrough in learning, especially in rigid old thinking. A new point of reference is to teach educators, parents, employers and learners about brain diversity. The vital first step is knowing how to IDENTIFY learning styles, then to create STRATEGIES to remove barriers to entry & DEVELOP safe, supportive environments where integration of difference can flourish and the power of neurodiversity is free to innovate. Our brains are as different as our fingerprints and DNA. This brain biodiversity and evolution is vital to survive and thrive as a humanity. Exploring and making discoveries about neurodiversity will create unlimited opportunities and careers that have not yet been thought of.
The crippling experience of an unsuitable school system inspired me in rising to the challenge of SOLUTION SEEKER. Advocating for brain diversity will bring change and hope by unleashing its power
I found my motivation to emerge as an educational activist when I was in elementary school as it was then that I realized school was destroying my potential, my creativity, my ability to come up with different answers outside of the text book and was breaking my self confidence. Witnessing and hearing of many people who are struggling keeps motivating me to be resilient by moving ahead in the face of difficulty. Clearing a path for others to journey which has some of the struggle removed is my focused goal. This innovation for transformation and a new beginning has been born out of the struggle to exist, to thrive and a childhood dream. It is this motivation that propels my movement forward...with horns➰
The WOW factor is simply that diversity is valuable and beautiful. An enriching element that should be appreciated as it brings the whole picture together and is the TRUE SUPER-HERO of my story. This flowering of a compassionate humanity serves to heal SOCIAL EXCLUSION
"A multi-dimentional process of progressive social rupture, detaching groups and individuals from social relations and institutions, preventing them from full participation in the normal, normatively prescribed activities of society in which they live" - incluso
In emerging countries or communities, incentive challenges are powerful. People in these landscapes are rising to challenges against all odds to have breakthroughs that will change their economic situations.
Having great opportunities to participate in a structure which people can access easily is key. The obstacle of language needs to be overcome and also limited resources. Economics shouldn't prevent connection. Most of the people in South Africa who can benefit from incentive challenges are only armed with a cell phone and use free wifi zones, as "pay as go" data is expensive.
This offers a great learning & networking environment, builds confidence & validates that ideas have potential, money can be used to fund other challenges or be used as startup capital. Offers to partner with winners in projects or to meet the heros of the industry that they are passionate about is also a super opportunity for growth.
Incentive challenges have the super power to change lives