But at that point you apply some previous knowledge, remembering that there was a table next to the lounge that I could pull myself up on, I did that the other night. Once there, and standing you examine your brother and he places one foot in front of the other and leans forward. While still holding the table you test this movement and evaluate that it may just work. While standing your legs are getting tired so you begin to create the short journey which you are about to embark upon. At this point you look around the room to analyse any further challenges to the success journey from table to lounge on the other side of the room. Showing the fear on your face you embark upon this first walking journey and make it successfully to the lounge then fall to the floor with a massive smile on your face and your parents cheering in the background for something that over the ensuing months will bring much pain to all of you. But ignorance is bliss.
Here starts the journey of life-long learning and how to scaffold it the explain the why, how, what and when of your life journey. It really doesn’t matter what format you share it in, the important thing is that it is understandable to others.