Replying to LO24553 --
A couple of weeks ago, I gave a lecture to the Directors of the shelters
for battered women in Israel, in fact trying to convince them to became a
Community of practice and to share their tacit knowledge effectively. I
was quite surprised by the reaction of some of these women that is:
learning through reflection in and on practice is kind of feminine way of
learning. They were not very explicit but they seem to agree that there is
such a thing as women way of learning. Is that true? Is that common
knowledge that I am , what a shame, discovering too late? I would
appreciate any comment on that.
(Sorry it seems I missed the beginning of this thread)
Judy Tal wrote:
> Hello Sajeela,
> ... beautifull ... beautifull ...
> Usually i'll wait a few days before re-communicating - this time it springs
> spontaniously - thank you.
> You're bringing up a CORE issue :
> "Thinking, Feeling, and all that falls in between"
> For me, finding the right tune, colour, the proper combination (linear,
> when put so - between T and F - both being REAL as well as TRUE), is the
> most expensive (dear and time consuming) activity - when consulting others
> and while consulting myself.
> I believe that's what happens to everybody, everywhere, all the time - and
> i'm the least surprised to see the recent energance of interest and
> concern on the subject.
> I'll have to stop now ... for having no answers, and too litle room for
> all my questions.
> with care,
> At 11:11 AM 5/2/00 -0700, you wrote:
> >Dear Co-learners,
> >(preview: this communication is roughly 8 fairly short paragraphs in
> >I wanted to share some ideas with the LO list members from a book I have
> >been reading. I was wondering if it would be worthwhile to observe our own
> >discussions in relation to some of the ideas introduced herein.
> >The book is entitled "Women's Ways of Knowing; The Development of Self,
> >Voice and Mind" (1986, Belenky, Clinchy, Goldberger and Tarule) In it the
> >authors define:
> [...snip by host...]
> Judy Tal <firstname.lastname@example.org>
"Yekoutiel (Couty) SABAH" <email@example.com>
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