Monthly Archives: January 2017

On Anti-Teaching and Mindful Learning: Keeping an open mind

My first reaction to this week’s topics was not very promising. The term “anti-teaching” elicited an unspoken “What?” in my head. The phrase “mindful learning” was also confusing to me – can one really learn anything mindlessly? Of course I … Continue reading

Posted in GEDIS17 | 4 Comments

Musings on learning in today’s world

The learning experience – especially in the context of formal education – has certainly evolved over the years. While I cannot directly quote literature right now, I have certainly heard stories from the “yesteryears,” stories shared by my parents, grandparents, … Continue reading

Posted in GEDIS17 | 3 Comments

My first post

“If you don’t know where you are, a map won’t help.” – Watts Humphrey  

Posted in GEDIS17 | Leave a comment