Learning at a store

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I happened to be in another place today where learning was going on and I was able to quickly sketch it.  I was getting technical help at the computer store, as was the customer adjacent to me.  The customer showed his need to learn by holding his chin, leaning forward across the counter, looking quizzical and asking questions. The clerk showed his knowledge of the product by calmly listening, standing back a bit, and looking like he knew the answer.  This sketch complements the sketch from yesterday in that both show how our bodies signal when we want to learn and when we know something already.  A classroom teacher looking at these two figures would know which could answer a question correctly and which was still learning the objective. It is written with their body language.

I sketched this with an ink pen and added watercolor later at the house.

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