Liver and Onions – Learning from each other through personal success stories

The premise of this post is that people learn easiest/best? from trusted peers telling personal success stories versus “sage-on-the-stage” workshops or classes.

For the many learners who also happen to have terminal degrees on campus, the question can become: “Where and who do I learn from?” One answer to this is from your peers. The community of professional learners which surrounds you on this campus and in the larger circles (Communities of Practice) of which you are each a part.

See the Youtube video (its actually audio only) from Maureen Greenbaum of Union County College in New Jersey about Liver and Onions in England during WWII.

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