Natural learning is the process by which each one of us makes sense of our own experience and develops new capacities to act in and on the world as we see it.
That means that we acquire new ways to “read” the world and new “tools” for action. Learning is therefore a process of life itself.
It is now clear that every aspect of a person – brain, mind, body, emotions, context and relationships participate. We explain the process of natural learning in terms of our Brain/Mind Principles of Natural Learning. The principles emerge from a synthesis of research in many fields, ranging from cognitive psychology to neuroscience, and apply to all learners irrespective of age, gender, subject matter, ethnicity, economic status or any other factor.