The Learning Curve is an educational web site developed by students for the 2000 ThinkQuest Internet Challenge (an annual, international competition which encourages students to develop high-quality, interactive web sites on educational topics).
No matter what age, race, gender, or nationality, everyone learns. Learning is topic that affects us every second of every day from the moment we are born until the day we die. However, few people realize or understand the learning processes which are so fundamentally important to us all. The Learning Curve attempts to fill this void by providing information about the major aspects of learning. By providing you with information about learning and its associated topics, we hope that you will become more aware of your individual learning processes and find ways to maximize your learning potential both academically and in your daily life.
The creators of this site are three students from around the world. We have never met, we speak different languages, and we live on different continents - but via the Internet we came together. Under the guidance of our three coaches, we spent six months researching, writing, designing, programming, and collaborating; the product of which you are experiencing right now.
[our photos in TQ finals]
Location: Edmonton, Alberta, Canada
School: Salisbury Composite High School
Location: Tallinn, Estonia
School: Tallinna Reaalkool
Location: Kaohsiung, Taiwan
School: Tso Ying Junior High School
Del Taylor, Hamilton, Ontario, Canada
Henry Lin, Kaohsiung, Taiwan
Dave Hay, Sherwood Park, Alberta, Canada
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