Frank and Ernest by Thaves for March 16, 2016

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    BTO  over 7 years ago

    Are we capable of teaching OR learning these days?

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    TREEINTHEWIND  over 7 years ago

    We have a lifetime to learn 2 things………….. how to learn and what to learn………….. our filing system potential is essentially unlimited.How to sort and file applies to all aspects of the process. We don’t have the teachable moments, just the learnable moments. Others supply the teachable moments if we are in the lineup, It’s a “bootstrap” process. (Even if you wear heels).

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    jpsomebody  over 7 years ago

    The problem, as i see it, is not that so many people seem to be of below average intelligence. It’s that average intelligence is much lower than it was.

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    sandpiper  over 7 years ago

    ananomoose: amen!!

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    Flash Gordon  over 7 years ago

    We are being lied to by the far “right” “guardians of knowledge”.

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    paullp Premium Member over 7 years ago

    Experience is a teacher,But here’s what makes me burn:She’s always teaching me the thingsI do not care to learn.(author unknown)

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    Beettlebooger   over 7 years ago

    Almost 8 years of liberal “enlightenment”? Horsesh*t!

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    neverenoughgold  over 7 years ago

    Everything I needed to know in life I learned in kindergarten…

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    Phatts  over 7 years ago

    experience is a great teacher, just not quite timely enough

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    Jim Kerner  over 7 years ago

    Details at eleven.

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    CashewJim  over 7 years ago

    This reminded me of my military ROTC instructor in Junior & Senior years at U of Illinois in 1956/57 and 1957/58. He stated that even though we would be Reserve officers we would still be expected to teach and train enlisted troops.He stated that he believed one important principal. “If the student has failed to learn, then the instructor has failed to teach.”

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