#AskBenW: When is generalization better than specialization?

#AskBenW: When is generalization better than specialization?

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  1. Enjoyed your thoughts this morning. Yes, it seems that promoting generalization and wide knowledge, exploration, and experience in the early years (K-8) creates a necessary foundation for later targeted specialization where connections and networks, including from music and art and wide reading, inform, expand, and renew designs, help to solve problems, and promote creativity. And as you reminded us– the importance of “iterations and circuitous routes” of learning.

  2. Enjoyed your thoughts this morning. Yes, it seems that promoting generalization and wide knowledge, exploration, and experience in the early years (K-8) creates a necessary foundation for later targeted specialization where connections and networks, including from music and art and wide reading, inform, expand, and renew designs, help to solve problems, and promote creativity. And as you reminded us– the importance of “iterations and circuitous routes” of learning.

  3. Enjoyed your thoughts this morning. Yes, it seems that promoting generalization and wide knowledge, exploration, and experience in the early years (K-8) creates a necessary foundation for later targeted specialization where connections and networks, including from music and art and wide reading, inform, expand, and renew designs, help to solve problems, and promote creativity. And as you reminded us– the importance of “iterations and circuitous routes” of learning.

  4. Enjoyed your thoughts this morning. Yes, it seems that promoting generalization and wide knowledge, exploration, and experience in the early years (K-8) creates a necessary foundation for later targeted specialization where connections and networks, including from music and art and wide reading, inform, expand, and renew designs, help to solve problems, and promote creativity. And as you reminded us– the importance of “iterations and circuitous routes” of learning.

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