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Inventor Thomas Edison talented world never completed primary school
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Thomas Edison was known as a talented inventor of the world with many inventions have important implications for humanity. However, not everyone knows that he never graduated from elementary school, and his knowledge is largely self-exploration and research.
It is the not tied to the school curriculum helped on his talent quickly revealed and growing.
 
 
Thomas Edison's talent development through self-study
Thomas Alva Edison was born on 11/02/1847 in Milan, Ohio, is the youngest in a family of seven brothers and sisters. His father, Samuel Edison, was a political activist from Canada. His mother, Nancy Edison, is a teacher. She herself was the biggest influence to Thomas Edison in the early years.
The decision about her learning path no small role to create one of the most talented inventors in the world.
In 1854, his family moved to Port Huron, Michigan. However, here, in the education of Thomas faced many obstacles. At school, he was the teacher rated as hyperactive, very distracted academic work.
This has led many teachers said that Thomas could be difficult to finance in the future. Do not agree with the above comments, his mother gave him to stop school to be home schooled.
The decision was regarded as one of the important turning point in his life from an early age Thomas when he was said to be a man quite indifferent to the environment too genteel or discourage creativity. Meanwhile, learning at home and learn what they like and do not have to follow a curriculum that has helped Thomas develop self-learning ability, which has helped him a lot of time later.
 
 
Passionate Reading
From his mother, Edison learned reading, writing and arithmetic while his father introduced him to the basics of philosophy.
Through his parents, reading became his passion, especially the scientific journals as well as modern novels. This then also affects the way he worked on his invention when he can sit in the library for days just to figure out how to solve the problem.
Not only through books, the work that Thomas had to do from day to help the family baby also gives him the knowledge immensely rewarding. For example, the work sold candy and newspapers and magazines at Grand Trunk station, when he was 12, gave him the precious rules of the market as the concept of supply and demand side the importance of promotion and marketing.

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