Lifelong Learning

Amplify your Communication

By on Sep 27, 2016 in Lifelong Learning | 0 comments

Recently, I came across a few articles about change and the speed of change and how we are reacting to these changes. What it feels like to be the last generation to remember life before the internet Outrunning Research at the Speed of Change Shifting people in times of Exponential Change I had a few conversations with my mother as well about these changes and her...

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Amplify Reflection

Amplify Reflection

By on Aug 31, 2016 in Lifelong Learning | 0 comments

Cross posted to the Langwitches Blog Reflection is an important component of the learning process. It can NOT be seen as an add-on, something to be cut if time is running short. We have all heard John Dewey’s quote: “We don’t learn from experience, we learn from reflecting on the experience” Reflection also takes on an important role in...

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Building Communities that Grow Lifelong Learners

Building Communities that Grow Lifelong Learners

By on Aug 22, 2016 in Lifelong Learning | 0 comments

  We have been hearing about student-centred learning for quite some time now. It is a big idea with many nuances that we are slowly getting our heads around. Then the expression about students having ownership of their learning started to pop up all around. For me, that was a lot more specific, as it focused on the idea of students being the ones responsible...

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