The Polymath Project aims to encourage a holistic approach to learning, which does not isolate academic disciplines, but recognizes the many ways in which they overlap.

Who Is This Site For?

  • Students currently in school, college or university
  • Teachers and educators
  • Lifelong learners
  • Anyone who wants to learn more efficiently and refuses to be pigeonholed into a single discipline simply because some people seem to think specialization is the best thing since sliced bread

Who Is Behind The Site?

Me, Looking Intelligent.

Haider Al-Mosawi, a computer instructor at a public institute in Kuwait, who sees how students struggle with their learning efforts and has experienced one too many setbacks of his own.

Students learn, but they rarely learn about learning and how best to approach their studies. This project is intended to help change revolutionize the way learning is approached so that it can become easier and more enjoyable.

What Do I Do Now?

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Note: No bread was harmed during the writing of this page. Not by its author, at least.

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