Learning to Learn Re-visited

Food for thought and action — this article basically tells you —  learning begets learning.    True I think.   And, it is a self-help takeaway in the leadership and management category.   I cannot imagine not enjoying learning  —  of course I remember and face things in my life  (or as is in anyone ‘s life)  that were a chore or unpleasant to learn —  still I believe that learning DOES beget learning.

Excerpt:  Harlow developed the prominent “learning set” theory, which posits that learning any task is associated with implicit learning capabilities that can generalize to other related learning situations. These days, educators think of this as “transfer,” where learning one task may make it easier to learn another related one. Typically, this learning set is acquired subconsciously as a by-product of experience.

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