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  • Jeff Nelder

    Non-education professionals also have a long standing familiarity with the fact that there's few better ways to learn more about your subject, even if you're an expert, than to learn through articulation and the purposeful conveyance of knowledge. This is a powerful way to get students learning by articulating and teaching.

    • Liz Dwyer

      Agreed. I really love how this is building on the commonalities between us all. Maybe if students can get into the habit of doing that early on they can "do better" then us.