The following information was provided by Bay State Learning Center:
Your child can become a self-directed learner who explores personal interests, sets goals and makes good use of local resources to spur his/her curiosity and intellectual growth. On Monday Oct. 1, discover how self-directed learning is possible by attending a talk by Blake Boles (www.blakeboles.com) at the Mosesian Arts Center from 7 to 9 p.m. The talk is free and open to the public, and kids from pre-teen through 18 are encouraged to attend with their parents.
Self-directed learning can take place during school hours or during non-school hours. It’s an empowering approach that spurs kids to naturally think of the future they want for themselves, and take action, based on what’s meaningful to them. Those most at ease with self-directed learning are the ones who benefit most from the wonderful resources for learning in our community.
The event is presented by Bay State Learning Center, a non-profit, non-government 501(c)3 tax exempt organization.