Tag: education

Autodidacticism - #SolutionsWatch

07/20/202241 Comments


Who said education was boring? On the contrary. Knowing more about the world, improving your skills and achieving success is electrifying and addictive. But first you have to learn how to learn. Autodidacticism is the process of learning about a skill or a subject without a formal teacher, and today Richard Grove of GetAutonomy.info is here to help us get started on the lifelong quest of self-improvement and self-learning.

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Teaching Children About History - #SolutionsWatch

06/29/202250 Comments


As concerned parents know all too well, the revolution of the mind that is the only thing that will really change the world for the better is an intergenerational project. It is more important than ever that we take back the responsibility of educating our children about history and about the way the world really works. There are many tools we can use to help us in that task, and today Connor Boyack introduces us to another one: a Tuttle Twins story-based American history textbook called America’s History: A Tuttle Twins Series of Stories.

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Interview 1695 – New World Next Week with James Evan Pilato

02/04/202270 Comments

This week on the New World Next Week: the freedom convoy rolls on as Quebec abandons unvaxxed tax; the next generation of nanoparticle vaccines are unveiled; and the National Guard invades the classroom to solve the teacher shortage.

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Teaching Children About Liberty - #SolutionsWatch (video)

07/14/2021


I'm often asked if there are good resources out there for introducing children to the ideas of liberty, economics, self-ownership and other important topics. One book series that I've begun reading with my own children and that I can recommend is The Tuttle Twins. This series of books recounts the adventures of an intellectually precocious pair of twins learning about important philosophical and economic concepts. Today we talk to the series' author, Connor Boyack, about the books, how they can help you to open up important conversations with your children, and what's in store for the Tuttle Twins in the future.

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Teaching Children About Liberty - #SolutionsWatch

07/13/202169 Comments


I'm often asked if there are good resources out there for introducing children to the ideas of liberty, economics, self-ownership and other important topics. One book series that I've begun reading with my own children and that I can recommend is The Tuttle Twins. This series of books recounts the adventures of an intellectually precocious pair of twins learning about important philosophical and economic concepts. Today we talk to the series' author, Connor Boyack, about the books, how they can help you to open up important conversations with your children, and what's in store for the Tuttle Twins in the future.

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James Corbett on Life and Life Only (video)

03/25/2021


via LifeAndLifeOnly: James Corbett of the Corbett Report joins me to discuss a number of topics around the theme of alternative information and how to combat the propaganda, both intentional and in some cases unintentional, that is all around us. We discuss how we came to have non-mainstream worldviews, how a global conspiracy can and provably has happened, our experiences in Asia and how we can all change the world in our own way every day. After all that, we end the talk with a few minutes of talk about a band we're both rather fond of!

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Interview 1627 - James Corbett on Life and Life Only

03/24/202125 Comments

via LifeAndLifeOnly: James Corbett of the Corbett Report joins me to discuss a number of topics around the theme of alternative information and how to combat the propaganda, both intentional and in some cases unintentional, that is all around us. We discuss how we came to have non-mainstream worldviews, how a global conspiracy can and provably has happened, our experiences in Asia and how we can all change the world in our own way every day. After all that, we end the talk with a few minutes of talk about a band we're both rather fond of!

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How to Present Info for Visual Learners - #SolutionsWatch (video)

03/04/2021


A picture is worth a thousand words, and it is often the case that a well-crafted image can get the point across much more effectively than a lengthy diatribe. Joining us to demonstrate this concept is the author of "Government — The Biggest Scam in History," which makes the case in a compelling, image-based way that government of every flavour has been a scam of inter-generational organized crime since the beginning.

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How to Present Info for Visual Learners - #SolutionsWatch

03/02/202158 Comments

A picture is worth a thousand words, and it is often the case that a well-crafted image can get the point across much more effectively than a lengthy diatribe. Joining us to demonstrate this concept is the author of "Government — The Biggest Scam in History," which makes the case in a compelling, image-based way that government of every flavour has been a scam of inter-generational organized crime since the beginning.

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Back to Books, GMO Crisis, ISIS Hangout - New World Next Week

09/27/2019


This week on the New World Next Week: Australian private schools ditch fondleslabs for textbooks; the GM environmental crisis spreads as the MSM hypes the fake climate scare; and the MSM pimps a limited Turkish hangout over ISIS.

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