Big Questions: What does a good leader or boss look like? Can anyone be a good leader? Does it take practice, or are some people just talented that way? What does a good leader look like in myLearn more!
Has your little thinker met Confucius? Well, his given name was Qiu, his teachers thought he was lazy, and he started out his career as a shopkeeper. Oh, did we mention he was also one of the mostLearn more!
Big Questions: What do we do when a question has many answers? What about questions that don’t have yes or no answers? Lesson Description: Explore questions that don’t lend themselves to “yes” or “no” answers. Examine howLearn more!
Once upon a time, philosophy and science went hand in hand. The same thinkers who pondered how to be good, how to be an effective leader, and what made something beautiful, also pioneered physics, biology and mathematics. AtLearn more!
Back to the Hall of Famous Brains! This time, we learn all about Rene Descartes, who was once the annoying kid in class who asked too many questions. He grew up to be a scientist, mathematician, and philosopherLearn more!
Back again with a brand new episode of our YouTube series for kids! This time around, we chat with scientist and researcher Roopali Chaudhary about truth. We ask questions like: What are we looking for when we do science?Learn more!
Big Questions: How do we know what we know? Where do we learn things? Can we trust our senses to tell us the truth? If not, what can we trust? Can we change our views on things asLearn more!
Ever hear someone refer to their childhood and youth as “the best years of my life”? Well, we hope our kids’ happiness, growth, and fulfillment will stretch well beyond age 18, we also hope that a person’s youngerLearn more!
Okay, so he wore a cool toga and sandals, and he had an impressive beard, but there was sooooo much more to our Famous Brain of the Week! Introduce your little thinker to Socrates, who was famous forLearn more!
Big Questions: What does it mean to live a good life? Can my idea of a good life change over time? Does my idea of a good life match everyone else’s? Lesson Description: Everyone wants to live “theLearn more!