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How We Learn – A Conversation with Monisha Pasupathi

Dr. Monisha Pasupathi, a psychology professor at the University of Utah and star of the Teaching Company course How We Learn, was one of the people I interviewed as part of writing Leading the Learning

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How to Become a Reflection Ninja: After Action Reviews

Back in the heyday of buzz about “the learning organization” as a concept, David Garvin wrote about the Army’s practice of After Action Reviews (AARs).  The practice is deceptively simple,

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Found Wisdom #2 – Cow Leash

A shot from travels in Thailand long ago. Perhaps just the thing for the aspiring backyard rancher. – Jeff P.S. – This is part of my Found Wisdom series. If you come across “found wisdom”

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Free Kindle Version of 10 Ways to Be a Better Learner

This was a limited time offer and is no longer available. You can, however, get a free PDF version of the book by subscribing to Mission to Learn using any of the subscription forms on the site.  ...

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Found Wisdom #1 – Old too soon, wise too late

I don’t know yet how consistent I will be about this, but I have started to document bits of wisdom wherever I find them as I am out and about. Seems like a good thing to share here on Fridays. This

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5 Key Benefits of Lifelong Learning

Updated May 13, 2019 – If you are like me, you probably take it for granted that consciously engaging in lifelong learning is worth it, well, just because. You are intrinsically motivated to learn

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The Learning Walk: A Primer

A few years ago I unwittingly found myself engaged in one of the best habits of my life: the learning walk. It was born out of pure practicality. Initially, I needed exercise, and I also needed to occupy

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3 keys to letting curiosity drive your learning

This is a guest post by Christopher Hutton of Liter8 Ideas (http://liter8.net) I’m a curious fellow. I like odd topics, and I love discovering new ideas in their natural habitat. There’s always that

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