This is spot on. Absolutely true. Very important video to watch…
Isn’t it. One that should and could be made a reality – don’t you think?
Maybe he addressed it later in his talk, but how would you implement this kind of learning in Math and Sciences which really do have just one answer in any given problem? I suppose students could become creative in taking different avenues to arriving at the same answer, but I don’t see it being implemented into the teaching very smoothly.
Further, I wish he would have commented on religion in a student’s life. I wonder how much that affects his learning abilities. I would like to notice that the East coast is becoming progressively less churched. I don’t want to argue about who’s a born-again Christian and who’s not, but I imagine that students in a more religious atmosphere might process things differently than those where religion has been almost entirely relegated to a private sphere of one’s life.
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