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Cyclical Learning

Cyclical learning, while often simplified by a circle diagram, breaks many barriers of linear learning (the most standard learning model of Post Industrial Nations. Holistic and Cyclical learning models continue to be the preferred method of instruction in aboriginal and indigenous communities. As all ancestries can be traced eventually to some indigenosity, the learning and respect derived from such models are not exclusive to those with contemporary indigenous blood. They are transformational and life-long for any who attempt to pursue learning from these perspectives.

If you keep going around the wheel long enough you'll see it all eventually. Just like learning about gardening, you can only learn winter lessons in winter and spring lessons in spring, and what you don't pick up this year you might spot next, or the next, or the next.


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Cyclical and Holistic Learning Compared to Linear

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