I found this quote so interesting! I never thought about the process of “unlearning” something that I have learned. But when I thought about this some more, it actually makes sense. In my opinion, this part of learning is the most difficult part. I work at a home for developmentally disabled adults, and right now we are making this huge transition by becoming a part of Camp Venture. Every week, we are forced to learn something new: change our way of documenting, switch over to a new medication process, participate in new trainings, and learn new task procedures. I must say, this transition has been so difficult. I have been at Tanglewood for over five years, and I have become very comfortable in my job responsibilities. When a person is asked to forget procedures that they have practiced for a good amount of time and learn new procedures, it is hard. I have been practicing this way for so long that I easily become confused and frustrated while I am thrown out of my comfort zone. I definitely have to work on this process myself. And I hope to practice connected learning as a teacher and model this process for my students.