Jul 1, 2012-- "I'm a lifelong learner and am always obsessively studying something, whether that's breadmaking or language or wine or chess or writing or fitness. Here are two key lessons -- both really the same lesson -- I've learned about learning, in all my years of study and in trying to teach people: Almost everything I've learned, I didn't learn in school; and almost everything my students (and kids) have learned, they learned on their own. Those two lessons (or one lesson) have a number of reasons and implications for learning. Let's take a look at some of them, in hopes you might find them useful." Zen Habits' Leo Babauta shares more. (15277 reads)
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