Repeat after me

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Aristotle said of repetition in learning

“it is frequent repetition that produces a natural tendency”

So, if I continue to repeat how we need to approach LnD differently, will people learn?

As I’ve mentioned before, it sometimes feels like a Faith No More lyric in the learning profession…

If I speak at one constant volume, at one constant pitch, at one constant rhythm, right into your ear, you still won’t hear.

Gould/Martin/Patton/Bordin/Bottum

#ItStartsWithMe

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