Geoffrey Caine

Geoffrey Caine's core theme is that people were naturally learning from life long before schools, corporations and information technology were invented. He is charged to make use of and develop what we all do naturally. Geoffrey has just released his new ebook, The Key To Powerful Learning: Slow Down To Speed Up. He is also coauthor of nine books as well as other pieces that integrate brain research, small group processes, systems thinking, natural learning, and education. He is a former tenured member of the faculty of law, University of New South Wales, Australia and is now currently the Executive Director of Caine Learning.


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A powerful key to better understanding: Make the core idea personal

There is a huge difference between knowing about a concept or process and really understanding it. This applies both to learning in school and in the real world, and applies to everything from finding out about marketing to studying the … Continue reading

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Make Confusion Your Friend

Confusion is natural:  don’t fight it – use it. It is quite natural to be confused or feel awkward when dealing with a new concept or skill.  And it is quite natural to resent feeling confused.  But the bottom line … Continue reading

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To learn anything well, get it in your feelings!

Knowing something well enough to use in the real world is different from knowing it well enough to get a high score on a test.  Tests play an important role, but the key to real world competence is to get … Continue reading

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Three Keys To Powerful Learning For Kids Of All Ages
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Three Keys To Powerful Learning For Kids Of All Ages

  Perhaps the most frustrating aspect of learning and guiding the learning of others, such as our kids, is that many of the “obvious” things to do sometimes just don’t work.  They should.  Everyone seems to agree.  But they don’t.  … Continue reading

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The Personal Side of Professional Development

The single biggest problem with improving teaching skills is that fifty percent of the process is usually ignored. There’s the professional bit. And there’s the personal bit. The problem, in a nutshell, is that most skills also require some personal … Continue reading

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