Our Campus Website

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• Our campus is located at schoolofthinking.org/

The School of Thinking site offers a simple two-step PROBLEM/SOLUTION for Principals and their students, and for CEOs and their employees.

– click on THE BIG BRAIN PROBLEM for a fastbook discussion of the problem of PFC Deficit in the daily thinking of students and employees. It’s a quick 10-minute read.

– click on SOLUTION – STUDENTS & EMPLOYEES for a solution to the problem of PFC Deficit for students and employees.

– click on SOLUTION – SCHOOL PRINCIPALS & CEOs for a solution to the problem of PFC Deficit for Principals and CEO employers

SOT was the first school on the internet in 1995. It was not built as an online marketing site. It is a school campus. A place of learning.

The school at schoolofthinking.org/ is visited by invitation only. Principals and CEOs who subscribe to SOT can invite their students and staff to visit and opt-in for lessons at no cost to themselves. Like any campus, it is a place for curious visitors to wander around if they are interested. Feel free to explore the ABOUT areas and visit the extensive school ARCHIVES.

SOT is a unique site for lessons and on-going engagement with students. The campus reaches out to students around the world by streaming daily lessons to their screens. It’s success is measured not by the quantity of visitors but by the quality of student conversations. It’s online campus design has so far accommodated over 65,000 student training conversations on lateral thinking which puts it in an elite category of sites across all the internet.

As a result, no other site can offer such deep experience and engagement with members for the development of their metacognition and value-creation skills.

School of Thinking Mission: To engage 10% of the population.

We respect the wisdom of the Elders and forebears of the Wurundjeri and Boonwurrung peoples of the Kulin Nation who are the original custodians of School of Thinking land. We recognise that for untold millennia this land has been the place of ceremonies of teaching and knowledge and that the Kulin people’s culture founded the history of this region.