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Unlearning – the new survival skill

Printable version of Post What is ‘unlearning’? Unlearning – what a counterintuitive term!  It just sounds “wrong” – right? Well, even if it sounds weird, we will find it in the dictionary (Macmillan, Oxford, etc.) – it means “to change the way that you have learned to think or do things, usually because that way … Continue reading »

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Explanation – a key to learning

Actually, explanation is a ‘key’ for more than just learning.  There are so many professions and walks of life where the ability to provide a good explanation about something is essential.  Here’s a quick list (not in any particular order): sales and marketing reps, health professionals, emergency service workers, politicians, tour guides, restaurant and café … Continue reading »

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