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What’s this ppt all about


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What’s this ppt all about

  1. 1. What’s this PPT and this Project all about? Note: Only 14 slides including this. By UNDER THE FUN TREE Team
  2. 2. •Listening with elephant ears from school fraternity to build a product.
  3. 3. •A product focused on enabling children to LEARN to LEARN through games(Simulation technique)
  4. 4. Why we are doing this?Metaphor of a horse and the car:During the 19th century, horses were considered to be the fastest mode of transportation.But that fact was clearly broken when the cars were invented. Now, even the fastest horse cannot beat the speed of a car. In such a scenario, is there any point in beating or feeding good food to the horse? No there isn’t.So, if you choose to travel fast, you need to shift to cars.The point is that: When the old paradigm is not giving you what you needed, it is important to invent a new paradigm and achieve what you want.
  5. 5. How many brains have we got and its function?
  6. 6. For true lasting development to take place, attitude and habits (behaviour) connected to those attitudes usually need to be developed. For example, if you want to develop your awareness of others, applying the KASH model might look like this:• Knowledge: Reading about awareness of others and understanding what it is and how you can develop it.• Attitudes: Understanding and challenging the negative attitudes you have connected to awareness of others (e.g. ‘He doesn’t listen to me, so why should I listen to him’).• Skills: Practicing using the knowledge you have learnt about actively listening to others, listening to what they say and the body language messages they send out.• Habits: Gradually changing the way you act when in conversation with others, paying more attention, interrupting people less and asking more open questions to help understand them better.
  7. 7. Teaching Iceberg
  8. 8. How we arePlanning to execute?
  9. 9. A product that willintegrate best scienceson learning, emotional intelligence, coachingand simulation games.
  10. 10. Partnering withperceptivity based educationcompanies in the world.
  11. 11. Who is executing this project?
  12. 12. ABOUT TEAMRohitWorked with over 4000 college students across India.NLP Certified trainerFerzandSimulation based trainer.IIM-A Graduate.Shiva:• Worked with over 4000 college students across India• Certified Coach- International Coach Academy Australia.
  13. 13. What’s the request?• Meeting you for 2000 seconds to listen powerfully and share passionately
  14. 14. THANK YOU 