Elon Musk says most of his kids’ education comes from the internet. The Tesla and SpaceX CEO – who is a father of six, five of whom are school-aged – was asked about education during a live interview on the buzzy audio app Clubhouse on Sunday (January 31) night. Elon Musk binges on Netflix, HBO and … bakes cookies? One of the interviewers asked Musk what he thought would be the best way to educate a 5-year-old in today’s world, and how he expects education to proceed over the next 5 to 10 years. “Well, my observation is that my kids were mostly educated by YouTube and Reddit,” Musk said. “I guess there were lessons as well, but judging by the amount of time they spent online, it seemed like most of their education is actually coming from online.” Which 6 royals went to ‘normal’ schools like the rest of us? Musk added that he thinks education should be “as interesting and exciting as possible” and that thinking about it in terms of video games could help keep kids more engaged. How Mukesh Ambani’s father made him the man and mogul he is today “If kids can be super engaged in video games, there’s a way for them to be super engaged in education as well,” Musk said. Musk said that his kids have also learned from their classmates, presumably the other attendees of Musk’s school, Ad Astra. The school, which he co-founded in 2014, educates his children as well as those of SpaceX employees. Ad Astra has no grades and an “intense staff-to-student radio”, according to documents filed with the Internal Revenue Service that Ars Technica reported on. The school had about 40 students as of 2018. Ad Astra’s curriculum is heavy on artificial intelligence, coding and applied science courses. Sports and music are not included in the curriculum, and foreign languages are absent due to Musk’s belief that real-time translation software will soon make teaching the subject irrelevant. Gene genie: how DNA tests may help you beat disease and lose weight Ad Astra was previously housed inside the estate that once belonged to actor Gene Wilder, a US$7 million home in the Bel Air neighbourhood of Los Angeles. Musk sold the house last October, and it’s unclear where the school has relocated. Musk’s older children, a set of 17-year-old twins, are likely wrapping up their Ad Astra education. He also has 15-year-old triplets, as well as a 9-month-old baby with the musician Grimes . He overtook Bill Gates, but will Elon Musk ever be richer than Jeff Bezos? Musk is famously sceptical of traditional education. During an interview last March, Musk described college as a bunch of “annoying homework assignments” and said one of the main values of attending college is students spending time with people their own age before joining the workforce. “I think colleges are basically for fun and to prove you can do your chores, but they’re not for learning,” he said. Think you know everything about Jeff Bezos? Think again Musk has said that he’s against requiring prospective employees to have college degrees. He said in March that Tesla’s recruiting material doesn’t have anything that says the company requires a college degree, calling the prerequisite “absurd”. Want more stories like this? Sign up here . Follow STYLE on Facebook , Instagram , YouTube and Twitter . This article originally appeared on Business Insider .