Head: Executive Education & Senior Lecturer: Strategy and Entrepreneurship
“To be alive is to be learning. Learning is not something we do sometimes, in special places or at certain periods of our lives. It is part of our nature. We are born learners.” (Claxton, 1999) As an educator, I ponder the purpose of my own existence on a continuous basis. Included in this contemplation are questions pertaining to the way in which I approach everything I do. Beyond that, the most important question I ask is why I do what I do. To this extent, I wish to instil the same philosophy within all learners experiencing my own lectures and any learning intervention I developed. It is my desire to see learners departing from any such learning experience with a desire to search for more knowledge in the discipline under study.