Unlearning LO9809

Arthur Battram (apb@cityplex.demon.co.uk)
Fri, 6 Sep 1996 23:27:15 +0100

can we please explore the un learning idea as a 'releasing old patterns'
thing rather than debating the word?

here's an idea for a starter [it's a mechanistic metaphor, rather than a
biological one - sorry about that]

unlearning is like deleting a file on your hard disk, all that happens is
that the file tag is torn off, the data is still sitting there until
sometime later it is overwritten...


from Arthur Battram, organiser of the LGMB project 'Tools for Learning': helping local authorities to apply complexity concepts to personal and organisational learning. apb@cityplex.demon.co.uk "complexity is in here... and simplicity is out there...if we want it to be..."

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