Individual Learning Vs. Organisational Learning LO13375

Thu, 24 Apr 97 09:22:02 EST

Replying to LO13350 --

Following the lines of children learning via kenesthetics. I'll have
to watch him again this weekend, as I don't remember the exact
parallels. Edwin Coppard, while discussing how children are always
active, drew the parallel that constant change in body state aided
the learning and creativity states. As with the baby who is
constantly moving while awake, is also constantly learning, and as we
grow older, we are taught to stop fidgeting and keep still. And thus
a lot of our natural body tendencies are submerged which impacts our
ability of our body to constantly change, adapt and possible learn and
be creative!

I'd like to hear others viewpoints

Gary Scherling
Helping people help themselves


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