Yes, and my experience/research/method/belief is that performing learning is
not only more fulfilling but it's how we learn/learn how to learn.
> From: "Volker.hippie" <Volker.email@example.com>
> Reply-To: "eXtended Mind, Culture, Activity" <firstname.lastname@example.org>
> Date: Sun, 11 Dec 2005 02:14:22 +0100
> To: "eXtended Mind, Culture, Activity" <email@example.com>
> Subject: Re: [xmca] Some words about Hi Neighbor
> Yes, and from Lois Holzman I learned that performing to teach is much
> more fullfilling than just teaching.
> The other day one leader (a client) phoned me, where he asked:/ Could we
> instead of doing "supervision" again play, like last time, we worked
> together, where we played a form of "that's my ridiculous life"? My
> staff was so happy, afterwards, last time.
> Yes/, and I think, wow, now the leader has catched the idea, that
> performing and playing is a (better) way of learning than all this
> serious talk.
> Yes, and Phil, you are right, is is about learning, or practicing new
> language games (it is here Wittgenstein is helpful to read together with
> Phil Chappell wrote:
>> Dear All,
>> This is an intriguing notion that I would love to hear more about. It
>> certainly resonates with learning another language...
>> On 09/12/2005, at 11:05 PM, Lois Holzman wrote:
>>> I feel that whatever success I have in intellectual activities has
>>> to do
>>> with learning to relate to it as play.
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