Teaching what you know: a process of personal exploration and sharing

Teaching what you know is not easy as it sounds. Most of the platforms available to teach don’t just filter what is considered worth teaching but also filter the people who are thought to be capable of teaching. This kind of filtration means a lot of learning paths and a lot of individuals who know […]

Who can teach? Pondering on teaching as a process

As per common logic, if one knows and cares about sharing knowledge, one can teach. But this is not a simple statement. What does knowing mean? Who knows and who doesn’t? There are four kinds of knowing — cognitive knowing, experiential knowing , witnessed knowledge and negotiated knowledge. Cognitive knowing exists in thought; Experiential knowing […]