What is the right age to start open learning? Is 4 years too young, is 14 too old?

Technically infants and toddlers are fierce and voracious open and natural learners. So younger children are naturally open learners and if left to lead themselves with ample opportunities, resources and exposure around continue this journey naturally.

The older children, say teenagers, who have been in structured or school based learning may take little time to realise that now their responsibility is in their own hands, but with little sensitive guidance and loads of conversations soon take to their own open learning journey in their own style.

So there is no ideal age to start open learning, whenever the child and the family are ready is the right time. Please also realise even a college going young adult switches to open learning once he or she steps out of the conventional education into real life.