Flexibility and future ready, not educations strong points, unfortunately.
Simon Youd
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Definitely agree. I make the argument that (as Doug Belshaw would say) we need a certain amount of ambiguity in our theories and framing of pedagogy to be flexible for the future. A certain amount of “wiggle room.”

This usually doesn’t sit well with most. :)

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