Understanding Interests

Unlike, ability or aptitude that can be tangibly described, gauged and measured, understanding Interests is more complex. It cannot be looked as a singular element but as a complex framework unique to each one of us. How we communicate & express, how we think, what are our physical triggers, how we engage & interact, what we seek and what triggers our sense – are all factors that help define this framework of interests.

As we grow older we learn to manage these factors based on our external triggers but as children we respond to these factors more naturally, which is why children arelikely to be interested in activities that appeal to their intrinsic framework of Interests defined by a combination of these factors.