"The only way to do great work is to
love what you do, If you haven't
found it yet, keep looking, and don't
settle." STEVE JOBS

INTEREST

Follow your curiosity

Uncover your less obvious interests

PRACTICE

Passion requires a level of proficiency

Don't be afraid of trial & error

ENGAGEMENT

Practice will be fun and fulfilling

Feel sense of reward & satisfaction

PURPOSE

Take meaning in your life

Support your core value

PASSION

Source: Passion Course
by Barrie Davenport

VOOYA LEARNING
CONCEPT

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Multidisciplinary


Multi subjects (including STEM, Sports, Arts, etc.) to boost critical-thinking & creativity

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Multi
Senses

Learning method that evokes the use of all senses (sight, hearing, taste, smell, and touch)

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Multi Tools
& Platforms

Print Material, Digital Device (Social Media & e-Journal), Photography

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Looping
System

Active engagement on Pre-During-Post Program towards a reflective learning

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Active & Merit based
Recognition

Active participants are rewarded with cost-reduction, badges and certificates

Source: Make Way for Generation Z: Marketing for Today's Tweens and Teens, Euromonitor

THE LEARNING
PYRAMID

WHAT WE REMEMBER

pyramid
READING 10% of what we READ
HEARING 20% of what we HEAR
LOOKING 30% of what we SEE
WATCHING 50% of what we SEE
& HEAR
PARTICIPATING 70% of what we SAY
DOING 90% of what we
DO & SAY
Source: Edgar Dale’s Cone of Learning

Leonardo da Vinci's
Learning Principles

GENERATION Z (1995-TODAY)

responsive DIGITAL
NATIVE

Born into digital world, Gen Z is highly tech-savvy, able to multi-task, always connected, and desire instant gratification

open-independen OPEN &
INDEPENDENT

Gen Z is encouraged to speak their mind & express opinions freely, whether on the internet, at home, or at school

bottle BRAND
AWARE

Brands are seen are status symbols. Gen Z wants to be involved with the brand through collaborative/ user- generated campaign

running SPEED
ORIENTED

Attention spans are much shorter, with information condensed into bite- size, manageable pieces

Source: Make Way for Generation Z: Marketing for Today's Tweens and Teens, Euromonitor