BY JOHN SEELY BROWN

“Learning how to learn-in-action” can be thought of as:

  • Learning how to find and put yourself into the action where you can learn fastest (how to step into the problem)
  • Learning how to notice what is interesting and relevant (how to open your mind) 
  • Learning how to make sense of what you “see” and learning how to test your understanding, and the connections between parts (how to play with the problem) 

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