Docendo discimus

Docendo discimus, (Latin "by teaching, we learn") is a Latin proverb.

Perhaps derived from Seneca the Younger (c. 4 BC 65 AD), who says in his Letters to Lucilius, Book I, letter 7, section 8: Homines dum docent discunt. "Men learn while they teach."


Docendo discimus is the motto of the following institutions:

New York International School


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