>A lot of the LEARNING discussion implies that we are not ready to start,
>that we need to learn first. I say we are already ready. We are already
>doing things. We live, and we work, and we play and interact with people.
I would say that my definition of learning would included doing I
find it most helpful to model learning as as cyclic pattern which
moves through doing and includes reflection on what we did and
what the consequences were and how they match our intentions and
our previous paterns of doing etc... not as naval gazing or
avoiding doing but to learn whilst doing...
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