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Making Learning: Creativity or Platforms?

Improving teaching and learning in the current upheaval

Adapted from a photo of North Cascades National Park by Matt Whitacre on Unsplash

Kids are fed up with sitting in front of screens watching teachers lecture all day. Is that a surprise?

And an even more important question: is watching a teacher lecture from a desk in a classroom really all that much better? Was it better when you were the student sitting…




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William Rankin

William Rankin

Former university professor; learning designer who works to improve access, humanity & agency, replacing the Taylorite education factory…

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