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There are many different methods of learning Many people think that books can teach a person everything they need to know through thoughts and words Sanders however thinks that the best way to learn is not from books nor computers not even teachers but from hands on experiences Experience is a great teacher It does not punish a person when they are bad send a letter home give out detentions require a person to be somewhere at a certain time nor even say a person is right or wrong Experience is always around It needs no certain surrounding doesnt require a book and you are your own teacher A person can take their time through life with experiences or go full speed ahead What is there to complain about There is only so much a person can gain and remember about words thoughts and teachings They rarely stick in your mind and leave out all feeling and emotions that tie in with experience Words and thoughts are often forgotten a few months or weeks after learning But a person never forgets a real life experience Take driving a car for example a person could learn everything there is to know about driving a car from books and manuals But when a person goes to take the driving test there is two parts to the test one is a written test and the other part is the driving portion When it comes down to the written test any person could pass with flying colors But they are still only half way to completeing the test When it comes to driving they fail but with practice they become better and never forget how to do it this is an exmple of using both physical and mental parts of an experience Unlike words and thoughts experience requires full attention and gives a person hands on skills and knowledge that it takes to complete a learning experience Experience focuses
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