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- 1 😘😘 Giải đáp 5 chữ Wh: What – When – Where – Who – Why and How
- 2 Luyện nghe tiếng Anh hiệu quả – Luyện Tập Nghe Tiếng Anh Tự Nhiên
- 3 Who is Trấn Thành? Learn to say Who What When Where Why How in Vietnamese
- 4 What Who How Where | Five W’s and One H | What’s this+More Kids Songs | English songs for Kids
- 5 Elon Musk’s SCHOCKING NEW Rules His Kids Must Follow!
😘😘 Giải đáp 5 chữ Wh: What – When – Where – Who – Why and How
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Who is Trấn Thành? Learn to say Who What When Where Why How in Vietnamese
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What Who How Where | Five W’s and One H | What’s this+More Kids Songs | English songs for Kids
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Elon Musk’s SCHOCKING NEW Rules His Kids Must Follow!
Elon Musk is known as a very hardworking and ambitious person. The companies he
has built throughout his career are a testament to that hard work. But Elon Musk is
now worried about how he can give his ambitions, tenacity, and work ethic to his
In a lot of interviews, Elon Musk has talked about things like the adversity he felt in
his childhood and the hardships he had to overcome. He feels like if his children
aren’t challenged enough, they won’t develop the necessary skills to strive in life as
This is why Elon Musk has his kids follow intense rules and routines, so they can
follow in his footsteps.
Children in the face of adversity The first thing that Elon thought was important for children’s education and their
personal development was to face adversity. Elon, in multiple interviews, conveyed
concerns that he felt like his children didn’t face the same kinds of adversities that
he met when he was a kid.
In his biography, Elon does talk about being bullied at school and facing other
challenges. But he believes that all of these experiences made him a better person.
And the greatest fear is that his children are sheltered from the realities of life.
This may sound weird for a parent to say, but Elon Musk wants his children to
through hardships and challenges. This is because Elon genuinely believes that
through hardships, his children can become better versions of themselves and
prepare for life.
To that end, the first thing Elon Musk did was to take his children’s education into
his own hands.
Challenging his kids with Ad Astra School In 2014, Elon decided that his children weren’t getting a good education in the
conventional school system, so he took matters into his own hands. His kids were
enrolled in a private school in Los Angles, but Musk was not really satisfied with the
education and the life lessons they were getting from this school.
And Elon Musk was very vocal about this fact. Talking to a Chinese network, Elon
‘Regular Schools weren’t doing the things that I thought should be done .
Musk was critical of the conventional education system. According to him, teachers
were not doing a good job explaining to young kids why a particular subject was
essential and what its applications were. In his words, ‘They are taught a
mathematical formula without explaining why that formula is important.
Elon believed that his children were not being challenged the right way. And to him,
that was an essential part of education. To face challenges and come up with
In typical Elon Musk fashion, as soon as he identified a problem, he made it upon
himself to fix it and not wait for anyone else to do it. He hired Joshua Dahn, a
teacher that was from the private school Elon Musk children were attending. And
Joshua agreed with Elon’s new approach to learning. So, with a clear goal in mind,
Elon started Ad Astra with Joshua in 2014. Ad Astra means ‘To the Stars’ in Latin.
Initially, the classroom was just a conference room at SpaceX’s rocket factory in
Elon firmly believed that by surrounding his children with the world’s best minds
and with an unconventional learning experience, he would be preparing the next
generation of dreamers and achievers.
When it all started, Ad Astra only had 8 total students. All the kids of Elon and some
children of other SpaceX employees. It remained very exclusive, with 40 total
students in 2018.
So, what happens at Ad Astra The Curriculum at Ad Astra is unconventional, to say the least. The atmosphere of
Ad Astra is described as closer to a venture capital incubator than a regular school.
Astra students have to undertake challenging technical projects, trade using their
own currency, and can optout of subjects they do not enjoy. If all of this sounds
intense and fun, then you will love what is ahead.
Children from 7 to 14 years old work together in teams, with few formal
assessments and no grades handed out .
The learning experience at Ad Astra is heavily inspired by Elon Musk. The innovative
curriculum has no language, music, or sports lessons, but students would work on
complex projects, such as building battling robots, discussing nuclear politics, and
planning how to defeat evil AIs. While some parents might disagree with this
approach. Elon Musk himself is more of a science nerd himself and wants his
children to develop similar interests. I guess every parent wants their children to
have something in common with them.
One module in the Ad Astra curriculum was called Geneva, where teams research
and debate a range of ethical and geopolitical problems. While talking to a tech
magazine, Dahn said
\”We run simulations that include AI, which is a huge issue the kids are going to deal
with in their lifetime, We’ll talk about how to regulate different AI teams, nation
states, and corporations.
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