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  • Magie Kisz

    its very nice post. Everybody should follow

  • Sean Hookano-Briel

    One of the most frustrating aspects of education! I personally believe that a significant portion of this problem could be mitigated by the industry making our current understanding of the learning process more transparent. For instance, if you talk to a cognitive psychologist about the learning process and then have the same conversation with your average educator and then with a policy maker and so on, the amount of misinformation on the educator and policy maker side is nothing short of alarming. Is this the educators and/or policy maker's fault? I don't believe so because an individual can only strategize and create with what they know and if the industry can't get their ducks in a row and communicate the most critical and up-to-date pillars of human learning, then we will continue to see this problem.

  • Liz Dwyer

    I really really wish Scenario C had happened and that you'd gotten to ask him that question using the quote from her. I'd really like to hear his answer. --> goes to tweet your piece at him.