The Joy of Practice: Part 1- The Inner Dialogue

Our society has traditionally created a dichotomy of sorts between learning and teaching. I understand that there is a need to define roles. We have schools and universities and we designate who are students and who are teachers. But, for each individual involved, how much of the learning process calls for students to be active teachers and how much of the teachers’ process requires that they be active learners. To put it another way, when we learn something on our own, how much of the process is learning and how much is teaching and where does the imaginary border lie? I ask this question in the way of an introduction to the subject of “practice”. In this first of a series of posts, I’d li

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