Free Choice Learning: What Teachers Can Learn From Museums - Getting Smart by Winifred ... - 2 views
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museums have figured out a thing or two about intrinsic motivation and free choice learning
The main difference between the joy of learning in schools and museums is that, with the exception of school field trips, museums can’t force you to come, stay, or learn a thing.
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How Can Teachers Create a Learner-Centered Environment? - Leading From the Classroom - ... - 118 views
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publishers will need to collaborate more with teachers to be able to create more relevant and meaningful products to support teachers
Paper doesn't cut it. A learner centered environment requires technology.
Will the public demand this cultural shift in teaching and learning?
The question is how will you change the school from a collection of classrooms to a robust multidimensional learning space capable of fostering well-educated, 21st Century citizens?
As Sir Ken Robinson stated, “If we are looking for new pedagogical practices, we have to have facilities that will enable those to happen.”
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