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Entry from August 31, 2015
“Learn, do, teach”

"Learn, do, teach” is one way that the learning process is made. “The ‘learn-do-teach’ cycle” was cited in print in 1977. It’s not known who originated the term.

“Learn, earn, serve” is an older and similar term.


Google Books
14 November 1977, Computerworld, pg. 101, col. 3 ad:
Our success and growth have resulted in an exceptional career opportunity for you if you’ve been honing your MVS or JES3 skills by doing, and now desire to take the next step in the “learn-do-teach” cycle.
(Amdahl.—ed.)

Google Books
The School Guidance Worker
Guidance Centre, Faculty of Education, University of Toronto
Volume 35
1979
Pg. 19:
While student-centred learn-do-teach methods, now so popular in general counsellor education programs seem to have excellent long-range benefits, students may express their preference to have the counsellor educator simply explain the content and then get onto the next act.

Google Books
Inside the Family Business
By Léon A. Danco
Cleveland, OH: Center for Family Business University Press
1980
Pg. 146:
The owner-manager’s curve of “learn,” “do,” “teach,” and “let go” is going to repeat, but with every generation, it will repeat at a higher level.

8 June 1985, The Daily Herald (Arlington Heights, IL), “At Work” by Adele M. Scheele, sec. 2, pg. 1, col. 1:
All of us go through cycles of the great threes learning to do becoming a master at it and teaching it to others. This learn-do-teach pattern plays over and over and on higher and higher levels in the careers of the most successful people.

Google Books
Brain-Based Early Learning Activities:
Connecting Theory and Practice

By Nikki Darling-Kuria
St. Paul, MN: Redleaf Press
2010
Pp. 46-47: 
In fact, I am really using another one of my favorite strategies during this time: “Learn, do, teach.”

When a child learns to do something, “the thing” is introduced as an idea. Then if the child is allowed to do “the thing,” the idea begins to form a neural connection. When a child then turns around and teaches another child “the thing,” the connection is made.

Twitter
David Potgieter
‏@Advisor_David
Success Formula:
Learn, Do, Teach.
Learn more on http://www.AdvisorDavid.com
11:42 PM - 29 Aug 2015

Posted by Barry Popik
New York CityEducation/Schools • Monday, August 31, 2015 • Permalink


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