Principals of learning post
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First nations people believe that learning supports your well being which I completely understand and agree with, I will support this by giving an example – after you learn something you didn’t already know you feel good and you overall feel better than you just did, mostly because you feel empowered. Also work takes determination or courage and without these two significant attributes you would not be able to complete your goal or learn anything, you always must be determined.
First nations people are deep with what they say one of the things they said was meaningful, and that was “learning is like teaching a person’s heart” and this is completely true, because especially if you have a passion of what you are doing then it would be easier to work on since you like what you would be doing. One other thing that the first nations people said is “learning is recognizing the knowledge of someone else” which is true because if you learn something from someone else you have to acknowledge there beliefs and what they think and what they have learnt already because you cant act like you already knew what they told you even if you did.
What we have done related to sustainability is are last project where we had to try something that we would regularly not do like ride the bus or use cold water and this is the stuff that we need to start doing to change the way we live and make the world sustainable. Especially for the people in the farther generations like our kids and grandchildren.
Interconnectedness is also one of the biggest things, because if we start to do little things and then other people will start to do it and this will go global because if we all start to do it then this will bring down our emissions and this will make our world a better place.