Installment #3: What My Toddler Has Taught Me About Adult Learning

In this third installment of What My Toddler Has Taught Me About Adult Learning (here is installment #1; here is installment#2), I offer you a sequence of three photos. (I also apologize for the blur; it is representative of the speed with which Mac was learning.)

The lesson Mac offers us adult learners?

Never underestimate the amazing learning opportunities presented by direct experience.

Hey – maybe Mac could get PLA credit for Introduction to Physics!

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13 thoughts on “Installment #3: What My Toddler Has Taught Me About Adult Learning

  1. I’ve always known that I want kids someday. I figured that as they developed their own interests and branched out I would learn new things, just as my mom has learned to love bagpipes (she started off hating them) when my brother started playing them.

    Now I realize that when I have kids I’ll be learning from them even when they’re tiny. Thank you for sharing! 🙂

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