What is learning? LO26058

From: SShah@rnib.org.uk
Date: 02/05/01

Replying to LO26028 --

just some very random thoughts on some of your questions:

Q1. What is the definition of learning.

Learning could be related to evolution, raising of awareness, raising of
Real learning could be said to be getting rid of something as opposed to
acquiring something ie shedding of illusions to perceive reality.

Q2. What are the types of learning

Being, doing, sharing/teaching.
One of the best ways to learn is to teach?

Q3. What is the learning process

As well as single and double loop learning - what about flashes of
inspiration (sometime these come from being with enlightened
people/beings, from prayer/meditation or just moments of great insight).
Sometimes with learning there is no beginning or end and the outcome is

Q4. What are the types of learning processes

what about learning from witnessing other people learning

kind regards on a very slow starting Monday morning,



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