Part of Adulting, which is part of Phase I of the Four Freedoms movement, is learning how one learns best independently, both to keep learning, and to help others to learn. I learned that some of my favorite science fiction shows can help me learning the difficult names found in the Torah! 🙂
Star Trek and B5 helped my Torah Chanting, come discuss more SF and ethical values, bring a TV! Yesterday’s portion had lots of names in it, which I found easier to learn, I argue, because of my experience with words and names in Klingon, and then in Narn and Minbari! Who says Science Fiction is not practical?
Kashering Party immediately upon move-in, kitchen will be kosher pareve-dairy (milchigs …) : I use soy milk.
First Babylon 5 party to be held on the first Sunday in January, provided a TV arrives before then!
So, it turns out that there was not enough interest in Bablyon 5 among my friends for the party to happen, but I did get some lively comments on how Star Trek and B5 helped my leyning!
Action Items in support of learning:
1.) Tell us your favorite TV show,
2.) Share with us how it has helped you learn something important.
3.) Write a book, blog post or tweet that uses that learning method, tells a good story, and makes a difference. I’m working on that through my historical fantasy #WiP, #WhoByFireIWill. Once published, if you wrote a book, please consider donating to your local public library.
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