We learn how we live

Learning is the constant disruption of an old pattern, a breakthrough that substitutes something new for something old. And the the process begins again.

- Cathy N. Davidson , Now You See It

I have pondered this quote for a few months now. It reminds me that as our habits of living, communicating and engaging have changed, of course, so have the ways we learn. Indeed, we learn how we live.

Find out a little more about the fascinatingly practical approach Cathy Davidson takes to learning, unlearning and to conceptualizing a new approach to¬† living, collaborating and dealing with our world of disruptions and learning moments in this article “…Fixing the Future of Distraction.”

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