WeLearn all of our lives, whether we know it or not, whether we like it or not. WeLearn because we are human beings, and therefore have an inbuilt imperative to grow who we are to continue engaging with the world.
WeLearn everywhere because WeLearn that a classroom is not defined by four walls, or lectures aimed at the lowest common denominator.
WeLearn that, externally, the entirety of the universe is a classroom, and internally, the entirety of our being functions as both classroom and student, in perpetuity.
From this, WeLearn that “traditional” academic subjects are vital, but that as individuals WeLearn differently from each other, because WeLearn that we are each a product of our unique environments, which need to be addressed in order to move outward (omnidirectionally), rather than forward (unidirectionally). Because of this, WeLearn that experiential education makes what WeLearn a part of our own context.
Therefore, WeLearn to build things so the theoretical transforms into the tangible and we own our knowledge because we made it.