Learning Principle

“Do not teach the human, teach the animal! – Neuroscience

Two main strategies form the foundation of the fractal learning currently being used in school mathematics:

  • As many variants of one and the same principle as possible are placed next to each other. The brain is then able to make comparisons and recognize similarities or differences. The contents then become self-explanatory, so to speak. Significance, beauty and abstract content merge into one.
  • The animal (the unconscious) is allowed to be out in front. 

One thing is certain:

The students are happy.
The only question is: Do the adults have the patience!


And as was the case with the first little film, to present slowness in an entertaining way would be an internal contradiction: