Students in the hot Mauritanian desert are reclining in nomadic tents, listening to their teacher exposit a classical treatise on Maliki law, meticulously taking notes on a clay tablet that they will later memorize rote and wipe clean.
Students in the bustling city of Damascus are catching a taxi to their teacher’s apartment, where they will sip tea on comfortable sofas as they listen to a lesson on logic, jotting notes in the margins of the modern printed text, recording their teacher’s voice on a digital mp3 player for future reference.
Students in rural India are sitting cross-legged on the floor among a sea of other students, absorbing the words of their teacher as he explains a hadith in Sahih al-Bukhari from a handwritten manuscript.
These are all forms of traditional learning
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