What is this blog about?  To be precise, the anarchy of learning.  As a husband, father, educator, and learner, my experiences have given me the desire to share my ideals and thoughts on the learning process.  The word anarchy comes from Greek and means without rule or authority.   Other sources describe anarchy as the state of confusion or chaos.  Personally I have found learning is neither linear nor completely controllable.  Everyone’s path to knowledge is different.  Some people learn at different rates, and others take different routes.  Still others choose not to learn at all.  The point is learning is ultimately controlled by the individual learner.


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