If someone asked you what is the relation between the industrial revolution and the way we learn, what would you say?This is the question raised by Gabriela Barranqueiro Leite, Learning Experience Designer at Nova SBE, who explains how the "traditional" classroom and other more disruptive forms of learning came about.
We learn all our lives and it defines us. In fact, everything we do seemingly innately in our daily lives happens because, eventually, someone taught us. Most of the time we find ourselves doing things we never even imagined possible: a recipe we learned while watching our mother, or riding a bicycle after it had been sitting still for years. This happens because our brain gathers all the information and makes it accessible at the moment we need it.