Tag: comprehension

  • occupation as a lens

    I’ve been noticing that every time I learn or work with a new skill how I see the world changes. But maybe more importantly, how I see and connect to people also changes. My most habitual skill, of course, is music-making. Watching a pianist perform versus a cellist is a completely different experience for me […]

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  • the skills we learn

    In grad school we took classes and read papers that we didn’t understand, and then had to discuss said papers that we did not understand. I wonder what would have happened , if instead of “BS’ing” it, we would have said we did not understand? Would we have then been taught strategies on how to […]

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