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August 10, 2007


Gloria Gomez- Diago

Reading both list of indicators of a learning process I can avoid associate the first list to our learning process when althought with books, articles, music or even people, we are "alone", as a marathon running.

I associate the second list to a context where we are expected to learn (a classroom) or even a discussion group. For instance, risk is more easily experimented when we are with more people (if not, can be a creative solution). Moreover, when we work in group, we are putting in common our language, our meanings and this it is a challenge and needs a sumplementary effort.

* It is possible to experiment the first list feelings in group and it is even more great than doing it alone.

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