Category Archives: Lost

Developing ‘The Knowledge': rewiring the adaptable brain

I was bouncing around London yesterday, on one leg, by taxi, i got into a conversation about ‘The Knowledge‘. To be a cabbie in London, you have to acquire The Knowledge, a notoriously difficult task, typically taking three or four … Continue reading

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Orientation: taking the time to find your feet when learning

I was walking through London late last night when a stranger walked up, looking lost. He was laden with bags, had lost his friend and couldn’t find his hotel. It’s a disorientating experience being away from home, being somewhere new, … Continue reading

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A week of writing: Day 5 – exploring and getting lost

My fifth day of writing led me to complete the section on ‘exploring’. Exploration is the third stage of the learning methodology, sitting after ‘Context’ and ‘Demonstration’, and it’s where we get to play with what we are looking at. … Continue reading

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