Replying to LO25961 --
I want to express my interest and delight in following this conversation.
It's beginning to take on a deeper level of inquiry, and for that I thank
each of you who are contributing to my learning here.
I also wanted to share, perhaps from my own naiveté, that "know how" is
often best articulated by "doing" rather than expressing it with words.
Is "doing" so that others can observe a valid method of "telling?" I've
found that when teaching, for instance, crisis intervention strategies,
the deepest learning occurs in comparing what the student observes
(modeling) with what the student "tells" through their own performance.
'Love is helping others to complete themselves'- Bill O'Brien (The Dance of
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