πŸ’¬ A Learning Story

Replied to Finding my Fingers; A Few Learning Stories by Robert Schuetz (rtschuetz.net)
A blog about learning supported by innovation and social networks.
I found your discussion intriguing Bob.

When I think back to my schools (and university days) I feel a strange sense of guilt about the time that I (probably) wasted. What difference did I really make?

I think that as a learner I have a tendency to dive in. I probably commit myself far too much at the expense of other, maybe. I was struck once by this quote from Sartre:

When we say that man chooses himself, we do mean that every one of us must choose himself; but by that we also mean that in choosing for himself he chooses for all men.

I am always eager about what I do and how it could make a difference. Take for example my recent dive into #IndieWeb. This is driven by a curiosity about what might be and possibly how things could be better.

Thanks as always for your provocations,

Aaron

2 responses on “πŸ’¬ A Learning Story”

  1. Thank you for reading and sharing, Aaron.
    I am enjoying the look and flow of your new digital garden!
    What would be the impact of everyone sharing a #LearningStory in social spaces?
    Once again, you’ve got me thinking.
    Talk soon,
    Bob

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