Tag: Seymour Papert

Making means head and heart. Not just hands.

Can you recall the secret thrills of your childhood? The deep fascinations that enraptured you across worlds? We might call them obsessions, fixations, or phases — as doomed to end as the passing of seasons — for even as much as I was filling my room and imagination with dinosaurs, I never became a paleontologist…. Read more »

Motivation – My correlation with Seymour Papert’s reflections

These are my thoughts on the essay “The Gears of my Childhood” by Seymour Papert. There is an acient story about a young man named David, who defeated the mighty giant Goliath in an epic battle. Maybe you know this story well or maybe you have only heard about it. David was small, had no… Read more »