There are 3 categories of lifelong learning courses:
WDL : weekday learning. These are courses that run for a day on any weekday from Monday to Friday. As of now there are 20 courses in this category. The course list may be tweaked for more usefulness.
WDL : weekday learning :
1st week of the month :
Monday: WDL1.1: How to prepare your child (<5 years) for School ?
Tuesday: WDL1.2: What is worth Learning ?
Wednesday: WDL1.3: Why this is the best time to be an educator ?
Thursday: WDL1.4: The Japanese concept of Ikigai
Friday: WDL1.5: The future of work
2nd week of the month:
Monday: WDL2.1: What your child should know by end of Kindergarten?
Tuesday: WDL2.2: Avoiding Natural Stupidity
Wednesday: WDL2.3: Grit: its development and measurement
Thursday: WDL2.4: Acquiring a Service Orientation
Friday :WDL2.5: Learning with Apps and MOOCs
3rd week of the month:
Monday: WDL3.1: What your child should know by end of middle School ?
Tuesday: WDL3.2: An investment in education is the best option.
Wednesday: WDL3.3: Words that have inspired me
Thursday : WDL3.4: Conversational Capital
Friday : WDL3.5: Negotiation Skills
4th week of the month:
Monday: WDL4.1: What your child should know when ready to leave School?
Tuesday: WDL4.2: Time management and overcoming procrastination
Wednesday: WDL4.3: Learning from Literature ?
Thursday: WDL4.4: Homo Sapiens: a Primer on human evolution
Friday: WDL4.5: Loneliness : a modern malady
Coding Scheme : WDL for weekday learning ; the first number after WDL is the week of the month ( ranges from 1 to 4). The second number after the dot is the sequence number of the course during that week. As we are offering only one course each day in this category, it also represents the day of the week. So 1 represents Monday, 2 represents Tuesday, 3 for Wednesday, 4 for Thursday and 5 for Friday. When more courses are added, another number will be added after another dot. Thus WDL 1.1.1 will be the first course on the Monday of the first week. And WDL4.3.n will be the nth course on offer on the Wednesday of the 4th week of the month. There can be a large pool of one day courses.
LW : learning weekends . These are courses that run for the Saturday and Sunday of a weekend. As of now there are 28 courses in this category. More courses will be added in due course.
1st weekend of the month:
LW1.1: The What and Why of Computational Thinking
LW1.2: Learning How to Learn Computing
LW1.3: Cultivating a growth mindset
LW1.4: Preparing for a 100 year life
LW1.5: Happiness Unlocked !!
LW1.6: Grit: its measurement and development
2nd weekend of the month:
LW2.1: The key elements of Computational Thinking
LW2.2: Learning How to Learn Mathematics
LW2.3: Financial Acumen
LW2.4: A digital learner’s toolkit
LW2.5: When there is no teacher
LW2.6: Mathematical Modelling
3rd weekend of the month:
LW3.1: Computational Thinking and related concepts
LW3.2: Learning How to Learn English ?
LW3.3: Awaken The Innovator Within ( you)
LW3.4: If you lost your job tomorrow ?
LW3.5: From education for employment to learning for self development
LW3.6: Cultivating Curiosity and Developing a Questioning Mind
4th weekend of the month:
LW4.1: Computational Thinking for Complex Problem Solving
LW4.2: Learning to Read
LW4.3: Flash Fiction for creative expression
LW4.4: The Singularity is near ~ 2045?
LW4.5: Educating humans in the age of Artificial Intelligence
LW4.6: The future of Learning is in your hands
5th weekend of the month:
LW5.1: The inverse Problem
LW5.2:Disruptive Educational Innovation
LW5.4: The concept of a Universal Basic Income
Coding Scheme : LW for learning weekend; the first number after LW is the weekend of the month ( ranges from 1 to 4). The second number after the dot is the sequence number of the course during that weekend. As of now there are 6 courses offered on the first 4 weekends, and 4 on the occasional 5th weekend. More courses are being added to this pool.
WLL: weeklong learning :
To join any of the above courses, please send a Whatsapp message to Professor MM Pant at +919810073724 or an e-mail to : firstname.lastname@example.org