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Teaching Cartoon: Anachronism

version. original: The Pleasantries of the Incredible Mulla Nasrudin

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Dream Remix: The Dive

Week before last I had a marvelous dream. It was the first dream about my being in the Community of Practice of Experiential Learning practitioners. In the dream, several colleagues were personified as dream characters. The dream seemed to wrestle … Continue reading

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Two Teaching Cartoons

h/t 202 Jokes of Nasreddin Hodja, Minyatur Yayinlari Press, Istanbul, Turkey

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Thinking About Tomorrow

As Nasrudin and a friend walked, it suddenly began raining hard. The friend noticed that Nasrudin was carrying an umbrella, and said, “Open your umbrella to prevent us from getting soaked.” “No,” said Nasrudin, “that won’t do us much good. This … Continue reading

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The impossibility of education

Once, the villagers invited Mulla Nasruddin to deliver a lecture on spiritual matters. When he got on the pulpit, he found the audience was not very enthusiastic, so he asked “Do you know what I am going to say?” The … Continue reading

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Teaching Cartoon: What’s Good For You

click for large version Fast Freddie’s cat stands in for Nasruddin here. This falls into the class of teaching stories in which the person doesn’t know any better. (Gilbert Shelton of course, from The Further Adventures of Those Fabulous Furry … Continue reading

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Teaching Cartoon: Paranormal

Story from The Pleasantries of the Incredible Mulla Nasrudin, (Idries Shah.) h/t Max Cannon’s cartoon franework Build Your Own Meat.

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