Oct 29, 2018
In this four-part series, we will reframe and expand our definition of learning. To start, we will focus on the difference between learning to become something and learning a set of knowledge in order to do something.
Traditional schooling and education invite students to find the formula that works and then regurgitate specific information at the appropriate times. So from a very young age, we are primed to look at learning through this formulaic lens where knowledge is collected and used at the prescribed times but never embodied.
I invite you to learn with an orientation towards embodiment – because by doing so, you will find it easier to change and evolve who you are.
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